Happy Hour at Humble Market Kitchin by Roy Yamaguchi – Wailea, HI
Sunset Happy Hour at Humble Market Kitchin 5:00pm – 6:30pm daily in the bar and lounge area
Happy Hour Drinks
– Draught beer $6
– Well drinks $7
– Wine by the glass $8
Specialty Happy Hour Cocktails $10
– Far East Collins – Bombay Saphire East, Yuzu Citrus Lychee, fresh lime, sugar
– Paniolo Mule – Pau Vodka, pineapple juice, ginger beer, fresh lime
– Magnum PI – Bulleit Whiskey, “Funkin” Passion Fruit, fresh orange, lemon, and pineapple juices, dash of bitters
Happy Hour Appetizers $10
– Brussels and Cauliflower
– Crispy Calamari
– HMK Steamed Dumplings
– Szechuan Spiced Baby Back Ribs
– Crispy Chicken Wings
HMK Vegetarian Menu (available all day)
– Vegetable Sushi Roll $14
– Kula Mix Greens $14
– Roasted Beets $14
– Crispy Brussels and Cauliflower $13
– Vegetable Tofy Stir-fry
– House Made Vegetable Pasta
– Chocolate Cake $12
Address: Wailea Beach Resort, 3700 Wailea Alanui Dr. Wailea, HI 96753
Phone: (808) 879-4655
About: Humble Market Kitchin is reminiscent of Roy Yamaguchi’s family roots, which started on the plantations of Maui, capturing the sweet and savory flavors he recalls from his childhood. The well-crafted market-driven menu, utilizes only the freshest and finest ingredients, featuring signature and seasonal dishes.
Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, Roy attributes his early appreciation for food to his father, a career military man born and raised on Maui, and to his Okinawan-born mother. Roy took Home Economics class in high school, not knowing it would lead to a lifetime of culinary discoveries. He attended the Culinary Institute of America in New York’s Hyde Park, where he was exposed to classical traditions. After graduating from CIA in 1976, he spent some time apprenticing at L’Escoffier and then later at L’Ermitage in Los Angeles.
In 1984, he opened his first restaurant as an owner in Hollywood called 385 North. However, the desire to further expand his culinary horizons while getting closer to his roots led Roy to open his first Roy’s in Honolulu in December of 1988.
Today, with the support of his ohana, Roy now has four restaurant concepts around the globe including Roy’s, Eating House 1849, Roy’s Beach House, and Humble Market Kitchin.
Thank you for being a part of the ohana and joining Roy in his culinary journey.
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