“Scenic, sumptuous and seaside – legendary dining at Huggo’s on the Big Island. This is exactly what a Hawaiian seaside restaurant should be – the fare as good as the views.” Don Chapman, go! Inflight
“Great location, great views and a long family tradition are parts of what makes a great restaurant, but it really comes down to the food and the service. Fortunately, Huggo’s offers both excellent service and superb food with their ever-evolving menu.” About.com
“(Huggo’s) specializes in Pacific Rim seafood and locally grown produce in a way that’s simply brilliant.” Sheila Cluff, Ojai Valley News
“For superb seafood in an incomparable setting, take the family to Huggo’s. Huggo’s will be happy to accommodate the finicky child (okay my child) who refuses to partake of the incredibly fresh and flavorful seafood. ” Susan Segal, Coast Magazine
“On the Big Island of Hawaii I am quick to recommend Huggo’s when asked about local restaurants. The food is excellent, and the fresh seafood is presented with a Hawaiian twist. Macadamia-nut Mahi-Mahi or Macadamia-nut Ono.” Capt. Suzanne Skeeters, nwa World Traveler
“What better place to celebrate my birthday than at a lively place on the water called Huggo’s. The Cajun Seared Ahi is great with a glass of Sonoma Pinot Noir. And what a way to end the day: as the sun sets over the water, I have a dessert of luscious Macadamia Nut Pie Ala Mode.” George Medovoy, postcardsforyou.com
“The oceanfront setting gets an equal share of the attention at Huggo’s. Diners feel as if they’re sitting on the waves as the tide rises. Majestic mantas come out at night, attracted by the restaurant’s lights. The fresh fish and teriyaki steak have made this eatery a favorite with visitors and kama?aina for many years.” Hawaii Magazine
“Beach bars on Hawaii’s Big Island couldn’t get any cooler. Situated on the sandy edge of Kailua Bay, Huggo’s on the Rocks is as close to the blue water of the Kona Coast as one could get without getting wet. Order “The Kilauea,” a concoction for two that comes to your table in a kitschy bowl spouting a pool of fire and enjoy this volcanic explosion form two-foot straws.
“Kona’s Seaside Favorite: Honest fare and a prime location on Kailua Bay have kept Huggo’s going strong since the ’60’s. That cozy watering hole of yesteryear has grown into a classy restaurant that sprawls alongside reefs teeming with marine life. Your table might be a few feet away from lapping waves, on a lanai overlooking the Kona Coast. Sailboats may drift lazily in the distance, while the aroma of grilled fish travels the dancing lights of tiki torches?.
“The A List-On the Waterfront: Kona, Huggo’s on the Big Island offers Pacific Rim cuisine, frosty tropical drinks and indulgent desserts, all served up with terrific sunset views.”