Hawaii has so much Aloha (love, compassion). We see it in the sway of the hips; smell it in the scent of a flower; and embrace it with even the faintest of smiles. Aloha comes in all shapes and sizes, but many often find Aloha on their taste buds, where a satisfying blend of cultural flavors meet. Get some Aloha at a luau, a small hole-in-the-wall restaurant, or get it to go!
Aloha 2 Go is a good option for visitors wanting to try Hawaii foods outside of walking distance.
Aloha 2 Go delivers food and drinks to anywhere from Hawaii Kai to the Honolulu International Airport. This is ideal for visitors who are staying in Waikiki and don’t have a car or maybe are too tired to find food. Otherwise, it’s best to get out and to explore the dozens of eateries just steps away from the hotel.
If you find yourself opting for convenience, go online (www.alohatogohawaii.com) or call (808-591-TOGO) and choose from a list of more than 30 restaurants.
The local business began recently by brothers David and Kevin Farmer and their friend, Kurt Milne. Since then, their partners and clientele have expanded. Big corporate firms often rely on Aloha 2 Go to deliver food for their office-wide events.
There’s everything from pasta to sushi to Greek food. For a flat fee of $8, toss customized meals into your online shopping cart. Then about an hour later, a knock on your door means it’s grub time!
Breakfast, brunch, lunch, linner, dinner or snack time – Aloha 2 Go delivers everyday of the week (see below for hours) and takes orders as early as 8:30 a.m. As of now, the business does not deliver to Aiea, Pearl City, Kailua or Kaneohe.
• Delivers Sun-Thurs 1030am-930pm, Fri-Sat 1030am-10pm • 808-591-TOGO • www.alohatogohawaii.com • $8 flat delivery fee, no hidden charges
Photo Credit: Aloha 2 Go
Posted by: Bruce Fisher on Oct 17, 2011