Kauai Grill at the Princeville Resort
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Perfect place to watch sunset over your favorite drink and tasty food. Go straight out to the patio right outside the bar to watch the sun go down. Free valet parking at the hotel.
If you get so lucky to catch a good sunset its beautiful. The food is very good as well!
This is a beautiful place to have dinner and see the sunset, the atmosphere is elegant, but relaxed. The service is friendly and very competent. However, the menu is limited, but the quality of the food is excellent. The dress ware is “Smart Casual”.
Open to the public, stop at this swanky spot for excellent views of Hanalei Bay and spectacular sunsets!
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