Atlantis rolls out lunch buffet and sunset dinner cruises aboard the Navatek I, a sleek catamaran. Book ahead online for discounts.
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Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
Down fresh lagers made according to Germany’s centuries-old purity laws, often with live music by the waterfront.
Hiroshi Eurasian Tapas
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Atlantis Adventures information
See the world from a porthole aboard the sub that dives to a depth of 100ft n ear a reef off Waikiki, offering views of sea life otherwise reserved for divers – though honestly, it’s not nearly as exciting as it sounds. There are several sailings daily; you should book ahead online for discounts. Check-in is at the Hilton Hawaiian Village’s pier in front of the Aliʻi Tower.