15 Apr 2014

Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman Ko Olina’s New Weekend Brunch Service

Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman Ko Olina’s New Weekend Brunch Service

Beginning Sunday, April 20th Monkeypod Kitchen in Ko’Olina Oahu will celebrate brunch each weekend on Saturdays and Sundays with brunch service from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Dedicated to handcrafted preparations and locally grown ingredients, offering a quality brunch service to Ko’Olina Resort visitors and residents is a natural progression for the restaurant.

“Brunch is one of the better things in life”, says Monkeypod Kitchen General Manager Joe Fittipaldi. We kept talking about what a great brunch we could offer with so many house made creations and our beautiful setting. Finally it got to the point where we all said, “We have to do brunch!”

New menu items will include eggs benedict with house baked english muffins and jalapeño hollandaise, homemade flap jacks, huevos rancheros made with local farm fresh eggs and ‘from scratch’ cinnamon rolls. Additional breakfast favorites will also be available along with handcrafted breakfast cocktails. Live music will begin at 11:00 a.m. with half price champagne offered on Sundays.

For more information about Monkeypod Kitchen please visit www.monkeypodkitchen.com or visit us on Facebook.

About Handcrafted Restaurants LLC: A partnership between Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine founding Chef Peter Merriman and Restaurateur Bill Terry, Handcrafted Restaurants LLC is a multi-concept restaurant company that is dedicated to operating world class, full service restaurants in premiere cities and resorts. Handcrafted Restaurants LLC celebrates the craft of food, drink and merrymaking and strives to integrate itself into their local communities by supporting local farmers and fishermen, creating new jobs, and keeping its impact on the environment as minimal as possible. By focusing on locally sourced ingredients, sustainable business practices, and socially conscious values, Handcrafted Restaurants LLC seeks to develop connections between residents, guests, the land, and one another.

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