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Enjoy Oktoberfest at the Hawaii Prince


    In observance of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Kahala Hotel & Resort is offering a special tea service for $50.


    An appetizer of chilled Kona mussels and clams kicks off chef Colin Hazama’s next Fanta-Sea dinner at Azure in the Royal Hawaiian hotel.

All the drinking, dancing and general whoop-de-do that add up to an Oktoberfest celebration take place Friday and Saturday at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki.

On the menu: German beers, wines and liquor, and German cuisine by guest chef Guido Ulmann.

Also happening: entertainment by the Edelweiss Trio and contests in bratwurst eating, chicken dancing and stein hoisting.

It all happens from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. in the Mauna Kea Ballroom. Admission is $15, with food and drink extra. Call 952-4789.

Tea and chocolates aid cancer research

Afternoon tea has gone pink at the Kahala Hotel & Resort, to mark National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Throughout October the tea service will include raspberry macarons, guava red velvet cupcakes, pink truffles, white chocolate tartlets and savory tea sandwiches, all tinged in pink. A featured drink: Lucien Albrecht Brut Rose NV.

Cost is $50.

The Kahala is also offering its chocolate-covered macadamia nuts in pink, for sale at Plumeria Beach House, Hoku’s and The Veranda for $28 per half-pound.

A portion of sales from tea and the chocolates will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Call 739-8760 or visit

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  • Must go! The Trump and Melania of UH will certainly be there! Their favorite place to shack up, as for other Hawaii notables behaving like Trump and Billy boy! Opportunity for a sighting.

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