A semi-hidden gem in what seems like an industrial area. I highly recommend checking this place out during the evening or as a mid-day refresher. Though it does get warm, so if its warm out, it sure to be toasty even in the open air area. It offers excellent live music under the stars (occasional surprise drop-ins by some great artists). Most notably, the kitchen actively works with local farmers as well as their own farm to bring locally produced ingredients to the table, all within some very unique and tasty dishes. I highly recommend auntie's tomatoes, i believe its "The Big Island Tomato Salad", I usually remove tomatoes, but i ask for these. The tomatoes are locally grown on Auntie's "Mo Betta Farms" native Hawaiian farmland up the hill in Waimea. Most evenings they offer valet, though there is usually self-serve parking if you get their early. Also, the specialty cocktails are worth checking out and are steeerong! Can you say Uber?