Hawaii’s second Olive Garden restaurant location will open in West Oahu in the summer of 2021. The popular Italian restaurant will be located in the Macy’s wing of Ka Makana Ali‘i near AT&T.
“Our classic offerings, such as our steak alfredo and shrimp scampi, have been very popular with local diners, along with our endless breadsticks, soup, and salad,” said the marketing director at Olive Garden Hawaii. “Olive Garden has been well-received in Hawaii and we look forward to serving the West O‘ahu community soon.”
Olive Garden is known for its signature Italian dishes — from never-ending servings of freshly baked breadsticks and iconic garden salad, to its homemade soups and sauces, and more. The popular restaurant believes that life is better together and everyone is happiest when they’re
“We are confident that our community will enjoy this popular Italian restaurant,” said Stephanie England, general manager of the shopping center. “When Ka Makana Ali‘i first opened, we polled our shoppers to see what restaurants they would like to experience at the Center and Olive Garden was at the top of the list.”
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About Ka Makana Ali‘i
Ka Makana Ali‘i offers residents and visitors a family-friendly, mixed-use center in the heart of Hawaii’s fastest-growing community. The 750,000-square-foot Macy’s-anchored center features more than 100 exciting stores, restaurants, a state-of-the-art Consolidated Theatres and the state’s first Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton located on property. The newest development, The Grove at Ka Makana Ali‘i, creates an additional 109,000 square feet of space with lifestyle retailers, eateries and services, such as Foodland Farms, Straub Clinic and Urgent Care, and PetSmart. Through an innovative partnership with the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Ka Makana Ali‘i will financially support programs benefiting Native Hawaiian interests statewide for decades to come. For more information, please visit www.kamakanaalii.com.