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Your Foodie Guide t to great eating in West Hawaii ONO-LICIOUS! June 2, 2017 For Parade Watchers, Bongo Ben’s Island Café offers great dining with a view Enjoy Next Saturday’s King Kamehameha Day Celebration Parade while dining BONGO BEN’S ISLAND CAFÉ BY KAREN ANDERSON SPECIAL TO WEST HAWAII TODAY Where: 75-5819 Alii Drive Phone: 329-9203 Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Notes: Menu can be viewed at BongoBens.com Along with friendly service, competitive prices and big plates of tasty food, Bongo Ben’s Island Café presents fantastic bayside views from its stellar oceanfront location on Ali‘i Drive — right in the heart of Kailua-Kona. Speaking of excellent views, if you plan to attend next Saturday’s Kamehameha Day Celebration Parade on June 10, Bongo Ben’s offers the best seat in the house. It’s a great place to enjoy breakfast or lunch on parade day while watching the festivities. To feature traditional Hawaiian equestrian units, beautiful pa‘u princesses on horseback, decorated floats, hula halau and horsedrawn carriages, the annual floral parade will begin at 9 a.m. near Royal Kona Resort, just down the block from Bongo Ben’s. Open at 6:30 a.m., Bongo Ben’s is the place to be for breakfast either before the parade starts, during the parade, or afterwards. Breakfast at Bongo Ben’s is served until 2 p.m. Enjoy such entrées as the Dixieland Delight, featuring two eggs any style, chicken-fried steak and white country gravy plus a breakfast side and bread option. Made with three eggs, Bongo Ben’s sizeable omelets include all the fixins’ such as country sausage, chorizo, pulled pork, diced ham and homemade hollandaise sauce. Homemade is the operative word at Bongo Ben’s. All baked goods are made in house, including fresh-out-of-the-oven breads, biscuits, buns and Bongo Ben’s popular cinnamon rolls. Bongo Ben’s Island Café on Ali‘i Drive o ers oceanfront dining Continued on page 3 with spectacular views of Kailua Bay. COURTESY BONGO BEN’S


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