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• American • Volcano
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4.4
Awesome(878)
$$$$
• Continental • Volcano
Kilauea Lodge Restaurant & Bar offers a unique dining experience set in the rainforest of Volcano Village. Minutes from Volcanoes National Park, the Lodge offers superior service combined with fresh, farm-to-fork flavors of Hawaii – perfect for your post-park lunch or romantic celebratory dinner. Set on five acres of manicured grounds, the Lodge restaurant offers the perfect relaxing retreat with its historic wood-burning fireplace, intimate setting, and curated cuisine paired with exclusive wines. Led by service team Restaurant Manager Eric Davis and Chef de Cuisine Lianne Malterre, our team anxiously awaits the opportunity to deliver a memorable dining experience.
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4.7
Exceptional(139)
$$$$
• Winery • Volcano
Sip into Hawaiian time...Volcano Winery is located on the foothills of Mauna Loa, nestled on a active volcano Kilauea. Come experience the beauty of the southern most winery in the US and relax on our lush estate. Volcano's vineyard first planted in 1986, Volcano Winery grows 4 estate grapes; Symphony, Pinot Noir, Cayuga White and Syrah. the winery produces 70,000 bottles a year and you can only find these bottles throughout the islands. We cultivate 4 Japanese teas and offer Estate White, Green and Black tea. Ohana owned, locally ran and operated this quaint tropical vineyard is a perfect way to enjoy a day sipping local onolicous (delicious!) wines that include locally sourced Hawaiian Guava, Jaboticaba and Macadamia Nut Honey. Book your tasting reservation today! Sample all 8 classic wines; dry to sweet and taste liquid aloha with our award winning wines and teas! Take or ship a piece of paradise home!
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$$$$
• American • Volcano
Volcano House is a hotel with an onsite restaurant. It has onsite parking and is wheelchair accessible. The restaurant is suitable for kids and for groups. The ambiance inside Volcano House is casual, and the recommended attire is casual. The noise level during peak hours is average, and they have a full alcohol bar for all guests. The menu at Volcano House consists of dishes such as banana coconut cream pie, mango brulee, and fish chips. The entire property is well maintained, clean, well-lit and spacious, with numerous art pieces on the walls. The staff is punctual, courteous, and friendly, when taking orders and offering services.

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Food on the Big Island of Hawaii reflects the island's long culinary history. While it's true that kalua pig and whole fish dominate most menus in Volcano, it's also worth looking for restaurants that serve modern Hawaiian food trends like poke bowls, a dish that's essentially a deconstructed version of sushi. Every restaurant on the Big Island puts their own spin on it, but common ingredients include noodles, spicy garlic salmon and tofu with soy sauce. You won't just find tasty dishes in restaurants; Volcano plays host to plenty of food trucks and plate-lunch diners that keep their ingredients local. The dramatic backdrop of fiery lava flows and black-sand beaches provides an accent to the culinary fusions happening here.

Food on the Big Island of Hawaii reflects the island's long culinary history. While it's true that kalua pig and whole fish dominate most menus in Volcano, it's also worth looking for restaurants that serve modern Hawaiian food trends like poke bowls, a dish that's essentially a deconstructed version of sushi. Every restaurant on the Big Island puts their own spin on it, but common ingredients include noodles, spicy garlic salmon and tofu with soy sauce. You won't just find tasty dishes in restaurants; Volcano plays host to plenty of food trucks and plate-lunch diners that keep their ingredients local. The dramatic backdrop of fiery lava flows and black-sand beaches provides an accent to the culinary fusions happening here.

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