Hawaii Events, Hawaiian Food and Wine Festival

Hawaii Events | Hawaiian Food and Wine Festival

Learn about local food and wine at the Hawaiian Food and Wine Festival – a popular Hawaii Event.

Date: 
August 29, 2015 to September 13, 2015
Address: 
Locations throughout the Hawaiian Islands
Phone: 
808.738.6245

If you’re looking for an excuse to Island hop during your visit to Oahu then this Hawaii Event might be just the thing! Seven Chefs on the big Island with a 6-course menu will mark the beginning of this 8-day extravaganza that takes place at locations throughout Hawaii.

About Hawaiian Food and Wine Festival:
The Signature Event for the Hawaiian Food and Wine Festival is the Seven Chefs, One Big Island opening cook off. This menu for this Event will feature a 6-course dinner made with locally sourced ingredients.

With a variety of events held on various Hawaiian Islands, this Hawaii Event is a chance to enjoy fabulous food and wine while learning about local cuisine.  If you want to stay on Oahu then you can attend The Champagne and Chopstix Event. This fun feature of the Hawaiian Food and Wine Festival includes world class wines, specialty cocktails, and the best in ice cold beers. Top mixologists and the best sommeliers and winemakers will be on hand.  

Another highlight of this Hawaii Event is the 18th Annual Golf Classic. This Event is now part of the Hawaiian Food and Wine Festival and will feature the gourmet cuisine that has made Chef Roy Kā‘anapali famous. Start your day with beer and cocktails served throughout the course. A fabulous dinner is served at the 19th hole. Reservations are required since space is limited.

The schedule includes a popular Event called Caviar & Champagne Cristal, Dom, Krug & Salon. Promising to be more indulgent than last year’s samplings, this event features four of the most renowned champagnes with fabulous pairings of French Sturia Caviar. With the finest Cristal, Dom Pérignon, Krug, and Salon and the best French caviar, it’s easy to see why so many are eager to attend this Event.

Other events include the Battle of the Brunch and the Beauty of the Feast, Corks and Forks, and the After Party events. Dream Bigger Dreams is a panel discussion that will be held on Friday, and will give attendees to chance to learn some tricks of the trade.

Most of the Events at the Hawaiian Food and Wine Festival require attendees to be at least 21 years of age. The exception is the Keiki in your Kitchen Event which takes place at the Honolulu Zoo. This family-friendly Event features food trucks, celebrity chefs, fitness related activities and more.

The Hawaiian Food and Wine Festival features 21 Events in all, and attending the various Events is a great way to get to know Hawaii while enjoying fabulous food and wine.