From humble beginnings in May of 1996, Room Service in Paradise was launched out of a small bedroom across from Kailua beach. The idea was born from the love of hotel room service (who doesn’t love that!) and being able to bring the very same experience right to your home. Starting with just 10 restaurants and 3 employees, we stand today with over 75 restaurants in Kailua, Honolulu, Pearl City and Aiea. With the help of over 40 staff members, we are continuing to expand with new restaurants and delivery areas.
Starting with dinner service only, we now provide Delivery and Catering for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 7 days a week. We’ve had the exciting experience of working with the finest of restaurant partners (The Shack and New Chinese Garden since conception!) and the pleasure of delivering to the most wonderful customers a business could ask for. But none of this would have been possible without an incredibly dedicated and hardworking staff that have been with us through thick and thin. To our current staff and past employees, we’d like to take this opportunity to say a BIG mahalo for your hard work. We couldn’t have done it without you!
Thank you Hawaii! We look forward to many more years of serving you in the office and at home.
Looking for a way to spice up your weekend? Lucky for you, this weekend the Arts District Merchans Association will once again be presenting the annual “Cinco De Mayo Hispanic Celeration” Street festival! A gathering in celebration of Oahu’s diverse 120,000 Hispanic population, “this celebration will showcase the diversity of Latino culture in Hawaii and includes music, dance, cuisine and the arts” (cincodemayohawaii).
The festival will showcase the bind between Honolulu and that of its Latin American inhabitants, displaying all of the mesmerizing colors, dances, art, music, folklore, and cuisine. As with any good party, expect delicious food to go with your cerveza. Nachos, Chili Con Queso, Tamales, Chicken Mole, Mexican Pizza, and much much more will all be featured at the festival to keep you going into the wee hours. Also, keep an eye out for our very own Blazin’ Steaks in addition to all of the vendors and food trucks available. As always, they will be serving quality meat plates to satisfy your hunger.
Best of all, this Cinco De Mayo Festival is free to all. Just make sure to bring your ID if over 21 to enjoy all of the alcoholic beverages. There is also an optional $10 wrist band to be purchased which provides entry into multiple night clubs that evening. At only $10, this is a tremendous value compared to the usual cover.
So gear up with your favorite fake mustache (or real one) and pop on that sombrero for an evening in Chinatown you won’t forget!