Living up to its original reputation as “a favorite watering hole for fishermen,” Huggo’s has a separate lounge that spills out to the outdoor dining deck. Open until midnight, the bar dispenses a slew of tropical-themed drinks like Da Green Flash, Manta Ray and the newly popular Mojito. Served in a bowl for two or four is the Kilauea-a flaming experience for those who dare. Huggo’s ample wine list presents 80 wines, 18 by the glass.
Looking for a nice place for a reception dinner for 24 guests. Date is 9/10/11, late afternoon. Could you e-mail a menu and availability for that day??
I will be in Kona August 8-18 and looking forword to eating at Huggos.
I am staying at the royal Kona.
Recently spent a week in Kona and had dinner and drinks at Huggo’s on the Rocks three of those nights…greatest ocean front spot ever: food, drinks, live music, and ambience. Thank you for being there. Can’t wait until our next visit.
Aloha Sam, Thanks for the kind words — we look forward to welcoming you back!
They end up eating the last anchovies on the entire planet
As you know, I have a tradition with my lifelong friend where we go to a nice dinner each year and do goals.
we have a place for the ceremony reception booked, most of our menu set, a photographer, dj, officiant, and invitations all picked out.
Looking for a great place to dine for my sister’s 40th Birthday 13th December 2013 for 8 people around 6pm if available
Thank you for the interest Julie!
Please visit http://rez.opentable.com/reservation/start/1338 to reserve a table, or call (808) 329-1493 and one of our friendly staff will help you with your reservation!