Having trouble deciding where to eat this weekend? You can play it safe with a go-to spot, or you can step outside your comfort zone and into a unique, local eatery you have yet to try!
Here are a few ideas:
COOL CAT CAFE
If you love 50's themed diners, Cool Cat Cafe has you covered. This restaurant features live entertainment, fantastic food, and a fun, relaxing atmosphere. If you decide to visit, you should check out one of their many tantalizing burgers such as the Leader of the Pack which is their standard burger that features Maui onions and Thousand Island dressing or their Marilyn burger that comes topped with melted jack cheese and mild green Ortega chilis. The tables are made to look like giant records and there is plenty of comfortable seating. While chowing down and taking in the scenery, you may forget what year it is!
LOUISA’S PLACE RESTAURANT
Louisa's Place is a restaurant that has been around for many years and offers delicious homestyle cooking. Opened in 1976, this little place serves breakfast and lunch in a small and cozy atmosphere that is sure to make you feel at home. Treat yourself to The Big One, a massive omelet stuffed with a medley of meats, cheeses, mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, and tomatoes, or try the Kuuipo's Hawaiian featuring ham, pineapple, a bit of brown sugar, and jack cheese. Vicente Flores has been the lead cook and kitchen manager since 1991, so it's guaranteed you'll be in good hands!
If you enjoyed these restaurants and would like to stick around to visit some more, why not stay with us? Contact us today to learn more!