News about 53rd St. in Hyde Park, Chicago

Jolly Pumpkin Pizzeria & Brewery to host weekly Happy Hour and Trivia Tuesday events

Jolly Pumpkin Pizzeria & Brewery, located at the western edge of Harper Court at 5215 S. Harper Avenue, is now hosting weekly Happy Hour events Monday through Friday from 4-6 p.m., with two-dollar savings on draft beer, wine, and craft cocktails. The brewery will be hosting Trivia Tuesday nights starting Tuesday, January 30, from 8- 10 p.m.

Jolly Pumpkin opened in late October 2017, and since then has been featured on Eater Chicago’s Cocktail Heat Map for the third month in a row, as one of the “16 hottest bars in Chicago.”

“This beloved Michigan brewery has made its first inroads to Chicago with a slamming new brewpub in South Side Hyde Park that residents have been eagerly awaiting. Fresh beer from one of the Midwest's most popular breweries is obviously the main draw, but don't overlook the pizza-fronted food options and the fun keg-inspired design.”

The brewery features oak-aged sour beer, non-sour beer, and hard ciders on 36 taps as well as their own wine and craft cocktails made with spirits from their Traverse City, MI distillery. Jolly Pumpkin also serves starters, salads, sandwiches, and pizza.

Draft Magazine recently named one of Jolly Pumpkin’s beers, “Gigantic Phuket; It’s Not That Far from Laos” as one of the “Top 25 Beers of 2017.”

The trivia nights are free for a team of up to six people, and are organized by “Geeks Who Drink” a “…homegrown Pub Trivia Quiz modeled after those in Ireland and the U.K. Our quizzes cover everything from celebrities in trouble to wordplay to bad television.” Everyone is invited to participate, and single players can be added to existing teams. Winners will receive Jolly Pumpkin gift cards as prizes.

The Hyde Park location is Jolly Pumpkin’s first foray outside Michigan; the company currently has cafes, breweries, tasting rooms, and distilleries at locations including Ann Arbor, Detroit, Dexter, Royal Oak, and Traverse City.

Jolly Pumpkin is open Monday-Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday-Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Jolly Pumpkin Happy Hour
Jolly Pumpkin Happy Hour
Jolly Pumpkin Trivia Tuesday
Jolly Pumpkin Trivia Tuesday

Harper Court location of NoteworthyNotes to close February 1

The Harper Court location of NoteworthyNotes will close on February 1, 2018, with a store-wide sale beginning Friday, January 5 and continuing throughout the entire month. The gift and stationery store, located at 5231 S. Harper Court, originally opened for business on November 20, 2015.

Cindy Rudman, NoteworthyNotes owner and University of Chicago Booth School of Business alum, launched the business in 2000 in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, moving to a storefront location at 3629 N. Halsted Street in Lakeview in 2010. The store has built a following as a source for personalized gifts, invitations and stationery, as well as housewares, bags, and jewelry. The closing of the Hyde Park store will allow Rudman to consolidate operations and focus on the Lakeview location.

Rudman, a former Hyde Park resident said, “The Hyde Park location was a great opportunity to connect with a new customer base, and we’ve enjoyed being a part of the local business community over the past two years. We will miss seeing our customers regularly and hope they will allow us to continue to serve them at our Lakeview store and online.”

“NoteworthyNotes has been a positive addition to Harper Court,” commented Aaron Bartels, Executive Director for UChicago’s Commercial Real Estate Operations group. “The store offered a product line unique to the area and was an active participant in many neighborhood events, such as Hyde Park Holly-Day.”

Local Hyde Park businesses to participate in Chicago Reader's "Made in Chicago Market" on Sunday, December 3

The University of Chicago Commercial Real Estate Operations group is partnering with the Chicago Reader as a sponsor of the Made in Chicago Market, a holiday market to be held Sunday, December 3, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Plumber’s Hall, 1340 W. Washington Boulevard.

The annual holiday event typically attracts approximately 2,000 people, and eight Hyde Park businesses will take over the entire balcony of the space as a dedicated “Hyde Park Village.” The market is… “a fun celebration of all things DIY—showcasing some of the best apparel, housewares, and food and drink that Chicago has to offer! Shop local and support your neighborhood makers.” Admission and parking are free.

Participating shops and restaurants will include BBQ Supply Co., 1301 E. 53rd Street, with house-made bottled barbecue sauce; Dearborn Denim & Apparel, 1504 E. 53rd Street, with “made in Chicago” jeans and belts; Jojayden, 1457 E. 53rd Street, with custom apparel and shoes for men; Modern Cooperative, 1500 E. 53rd Street, with jewelry and decorative gift items; The Promontory, 5311 S. Lake Park Avenue, with information about the restaurant/bar and upcoming shows and events; The Silver Room, 1506 E. 53rd Street, with jewelry and clothing for men and women; Sir & Madame, 5225 S. Harper Court, with their Hyde Park-based clothing line for men and women; and Vanille Patisserie, 5229 S. Harper Court, with packaged holiday cookies and candies. The Hyde Park balcony space will feature a free photo booth for shoppers to get in the spirit and take home a souvenir holiday photograph. A10 Hyde Park is providing food and drink sales at the event, and as an added attraction, a DJ from The Promontory will be spinning records throughout the day.

Tiffany Paige, co-owner of Modern Cooperative, commented, “Participating in the Made in Chicago Market is a great way to reach people throughout the city and let them know about all the creative, independent shops here in Hyde Park.”

“We’re proud of our local businesses and are excited about the opportunity to introduce them to a wider Chicago audience,” said Aaron Bartels, Executive Director of Commercial Real Estate Operations for the University. “There’s so much going on in Hyde Park in terms of new retail, dining, and entertainment options, and we hope shoppers at the market will be inspired to explore the area for themselves.”

Vanille Patisserie’s Grand Opening Weekend announced for December 1-3, 2017

Harper Court’s Vanille Patisserie officially opens its new Hyde Park location at 5229 S. Harper Court on Friday, December 1 at 10:30 a.m. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce, and special events and offers all weekend long.

With three existing locations in Chicago including 131 N. Clinton at the Chicago French Market in the West Loop, 2108 N. Clark Street in Lincoln Park, and 3243 N. Broadway in Lakeview, the expansion to Harper Court brings an authentic French patisserie experience to the Hyde Park community. Vanille Patisserie has been recognized by TimeOut magazine as one of the “16 Best Bakeries” in America.

Offerings include French pastries, signature cakes, macarons, petit fours, sweet and savory croissants, and candies. The patisserie also designs custom wedding cakes and offers catering for breakfast, lunch, and dessert.

Grand opening events include a drawing to win one 24-piece gift box of French macarons each month for one year, as well as free product samples, $1 coffee with a purchase, and other offers. To celebrate the opening of the Hyde Park store, Vanille will hold the Golden Macaron Contest at all four locations from December 1-3. Patrons are invited to visit the store and potentially find one of the ten Golden Macaron to win a $100 gift certificate. A $10 minimum purchase is required, with winners at all locations. Vanille is also participating in the Hyde Park Holly-Day event on Saturday, December 2, with free drop-in cookie decorating from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; no reservations required.

December is an especially tantalizing month at the patisserie, with French-inspired desserts including traditional and modern Buche de Noel in a wide variety of traditional and new flavors; petit fours, holiday cookie, and signature macaron trays; and hot chocolate mix with Vanille house-made marshmallows – perfect for last minute hostess gifts. All Vanille Patisserie locations will offer a 10% discount on holiday pre-orders made during the grand opening weekend – consider ordering the special Galette des Rois (King’s Cake), available for pick up December 24 through the end of January.

“We are delighted to open our fourth location and are excited to bring Vanille pastries and desserts to Hyde Park,” said Sophie Evanoff, President, Vanille Patisserie. “We invite customers to relax in our cozy Harper Court cafe savoring the moment to experience our high-quality, French-inspired menu featuring freshly made artisanal French pastries and cakes.”

Evanoff, a classically trained pastry chef from Chicago’s French Pastry School, has been honored with the 2016 Chicagoland Chamber of Business James Tyree Emerging Business Leadership Award, the first female small business owner to receive the honor. A dedicated and active entrepreneur, Evanoff is also an alumna from the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business program.

“Vanille Patisserie will bring a distinctive, new amenity to Hyde Park,” said Aaron Bartels, Executive Director of Commercial Real Estate Operations for the University. “Local residents will be able to enjoy both morning pastries and custom-created desserts prepared by classically trained French pastry chefs without leaving the mid-South Side.”

The Harper Court location hours are Sunday-Thursday from 7 a.m – 8 p.m. and Friday-Saturday 7:00 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Vanille Patisserie Macarons
Vanille Patisserie Macarons
Vanille Patisserie Manjari Cake
Vanille Patisserie Manjari Cake
Vanille Patisserie Raspberry Tarte
Vanille Patisserie Raspberry Tarte
Vanille Patisserie Royal Pastry
Vanille Patisserie Royal Pastry

Get ready for holiday family fun with Hyde Park Holly-Day on Saturday, December 2, 2017

There’s an entire day of fun holiday activities planned for the Hyde Park Holly-Day celebration on Saturday, December 2, 2017.

The Hyde Park Vitality Committee, comprised of the University of Chicago Commercial Real Estate Operations, Downtown Hyde Park, the South East Chicago Commission, the Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce, the Hyde Park-Kenwood Community Conference, and the Nichols Park Advisory Council have collaborated to create a full day of holiday programming for families.

Start the day with “Breakfast with Santa” at Einstein Bros. Bagels at 5225 S. Harper Court, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. It’s a free meet and greet opportunity to take photos, with food available for purchase.

From then enjoy the free ice sculpture carving demonstration by Nadeau Ice Sculptures in Harper Court from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Nadeau is known for their work for the Chicago Bears and Blackhawks, Lincoln Park “Zoolights,” and more.

Soon-to-open Vanille Patisserie will be hosting a cookie decorating station from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at their new store location at 5229 S. Harper Court. The activity is free, and no reservations are required.

“Lunch with Santa” is being held at Potbelly Sandwich Shop from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 5428 S. Lake Park Avenue. It’s a free meet and greet opportunity to take photos, with food available for purchase.

Costumed characters including Elsa, Anna, Belle, and a Jedi will be greeting kids and signing autographs at local stores from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visit Elsa at NoteworthyNotes at 5231 S. Harper Court from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and at Kilwins at 5226 S. Harper Avenue from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Meet Anna at Freehling Pot and Pan Co. at 1365 E. 53rd Street from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and at Pockets at 1307 E. 53rd Street from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Belle will be at Office Depot at 5420 S. Lake Park Avenue from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and at Treasure Island at 1526 E. 55th Street from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Meet a Jedi at Dearborn Denim & Apparel at 1504 E. 53rd Street from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and at Jojayden at 1457 E. 53rd Street from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Fourth Ward Alderman Sophia King with the Kenwood Academy High School Singers will be leading caroling starting from Harper Court at 12 p.m. until 1 p.m.

The Hyde Park School of Dance is presenting a free dance preview performance of “The Nutcracker” at the Connect Gallery from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. at 1520 E. Harper Court.

Meet and take photos with two live reindeer and Buddy the Elf at the Courtyard Shops at Hyde Park Shopping Center from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 55th Street and S. Lake Park Avenue – the event is free.

Invite your friends and family, plan to bundle up, and get ready for a fun Saturday in Hyde Park! For more event information go to hphollyday.com. For information on all Hyde Park events go to downtownhydeparkchicago.com.

Hyde Park Holly-Day 2017
Hyde Park Holly-Day 2017

Harper Court’s Phase II development joins University of Chicago, University of Illinois, and the U.S Army Research Laboratory

When 53rd Street’s Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation expands into a planned 280,000-square foot development with 20-story office tower and laboratory as the second phase of Harper Court, it will establish a leading-edge partnership with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL).

As one of the first projects in the state-wide Illinois Innovation Network initiative, the collaboration will endeavor to “create solutions to some of the world’s most difficult problems, from producing clean water to treating cancer,” stated University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer at the recent press conference. “This ambitious project will accelerate the pace of discovery, while providing a clear path to economic development for our community, city, and state.”

As Zimmer noted, combining UIUC’s “world-renowned programs in computer science, engineering, and material science,” with UChicago’s work in “molecular engineering, data science, computation and related fields,” and the “Polsky Center’s expertise in venture creation and links to industry” will have considerable impact in many fields. Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel stated, “When great minds come together around audacious goals, the possibilities are limitless. I look forward to witnessing the discoveries that result from this dynamic new partnership.”

The expansion provides space for up to 1,000 day-time employees in computer science, engineering, and materials science. Slated to break ground in 2018, the project is scheduled for completion in 2020.

Image courtesy of Wexford Science and Technology
Image courtesy of Wexford Science and Technology

53rd Street’s BBQ Supply Co. to open Friday, October 13

Beating the initial projected November 1 opening date by more than two weeks, the second Chicago location of Jared Leonard’s BBQ Supply Co. will open in Hyde Park this Friday, October 13 at 12 p.m.

Occupying the previous Yusho location at 1301 E. 53rd Street, Leonard has kept the basic layout of the space while turning it into a classic American barbecue supper club with rich natural colors, exposed wood, and dark leather bar stools. His goal is for diners to have an elevated dining experience while eating comfort food.

The original BBQ Supply Co. opened in Chicago’s West Ridge neighborhood more than seven years ago, and the Hyde Park location will introduce South Side barbecue fans to Leonard’s Texas style BBQ, with slow-smoked brisket, pulled pork, spare ribs, and sausage, accompanied by sides such as truffle mac and cheese, cornbread, beans, cole slaw, deviled egg potato salad, and house-made pickles. The restaurant’s drink menu includes 16 different whiskeys and bourbons, craft beer, and two signature house cocktails. Desserts include peach cobbler, apple crisp, and house-made soft serve ice cream in rotating seasonal flavors – with “boozy” bourbon vanilla milkshakes ready for next summer.

The restaurant seats 45 people indoors, with outdoor patio dining for 20 people, weather permitting. Next year, BBQ Supply Co. will increase the size of the outdoor patio dining space with tables on Kimbark Avenue. Twenty employees, most from the immediate neighborhood, have been hired to staff the restaurant.

During the renovation of the space, Leonard, a resident of Lincoln Square, ejoyed getting to know Hyde Park better. He and his family stayed for a full weekend in September, visiting Promontory Point, the Original Pancake House on 47th Street, and A10 Hyde Park for dinner. He’s considering other projects in the area and is even looking at houses.

“There’s been a strong neighborhood response with people excited to have barbecue back in Hyde Park,” Leonard commented. “The University of Chicago’s Commercial Real Estate Operations group has been very supportive with resources and information, and we’re just excited to light the smoker and open the doors.”

BBQ Supply Co. will be open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday, and Leonard plans to add a weekend brunch in early 2018. The restaurant will be available for private events, with a full catering menu. Hours are 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday through Sunday. The restaurant will be closed on Mondays.

BBQ Supply Co. Logo
BBQ Supply Co. Logo

Duke Otherwise, final kids’ musician scheduled for the Downtown Hyde Park Farmers Market 2017 season, to play Thursday, Oct. 5

As the 2017 Downtown Hyde Park Farmers Market begins its last full month, parents have one final opportunity to bring kids out to enjoy a children’s musician performance this season.

Duke Otherwise, a Madison, Wisconsin-based musician, is scheduled to perform at Harper Court on Thursday, October 5 from 9:45 – 11:15 a.m. Otherwise plays nearly 150 shows a year throughout the Midwest and beyond. According to his website, his “energetic live show is filled with improvisation, audience participation, dancing, and outrageous fun!”

His two CDs, “Beehives & Bedheads” (2015) and “Creepy Crawly Love” (2012), will be available for purchase. He will perform his recent single, “Brussels Sprout Shout.”

Other musicians performing on October 5 will include Aaron Smith on banjo from 8-9:30 a.m. and Phil Passen on dulcimer from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Robert Burford, the local "Bubble Man" will be spreading joy (and bubbles!) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The weekly Downtown Hyde Park Farmers Market, held at Harper Court in Hyde Park, will be open from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Thursdays until it ends on October 26.

Duke Otherwise - photo courtesy of Michaela von Seydlitz Photography
Duke Otherwise - photo courtesy of Michaela von Seydlitz Photography
Concert Graphic
Concert Graphic

Hyde Park’s October 5th “First Thursday” event includes 56 local businesses

This week’s “First Thursday” event includes a record number of Hyde Park businesses, with 56 local restaurants, shops, health and beauty establishments, and entertainment venues participating on October 5. “First Thursday” takes place on 53rd, 55th, and 57th Streets (and some surrounding streets) from 5-8 p.m.

Seven newly opened, reopened, or relocated businesses taking part in the event for the first time include Aloha Poke Co., B’Gabs Goodies, ETO’O Modern Asian Cuisine, Litehouse Whole Food Grill, Nella Pizza e Pasta, Orangetheory Fitness, and the Threading & Waxing Salon.

Event goers will find a range of offerings, including free samples (McDonald’s and Native Foods), BOGO offers (Leona’s, Mellow Yellow, and Nando’s PERi-PERi), free weeks of fitness memberships (Core Power Yoga and LA Fitness), beer or wine tastings (Kimbark Beverage Shoppe and 57th Street Wines), gifts or free food items with purchase (Café 53, Dearborn Denim & Apparel, Insomnia Cookies, Nella Pizza e Pasta, NoteworthyNotes, Powell’s Books, Target Express, Whole Foods Market), discounts ranging from 10 percent to 50 percent at 30 or more businesses, and $5 movie tickets at the Harper Theater.

Some businesses will offer specials all day or until their closing times.  For a full list of participating businesses and details visit www.firsthurs.com.

The November 2 “First Thursday” event will be the last one in the 2017 season, which runs from May to November. Organized by the University of Chicago Real Estate Operations group in cooperation with Downtown Hyde Park, the Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce, and the South East Chicago Commission, “First Thursday” is a community event designed to bring shoppers and diners to Hyde Park to discover new and existing businesses, enjoy a variety of specials and deals, and have fun exploring the neighborhood with their friends and families.

Participating businesses and offer types include:

 

Dining Offers

53rd Street Area

McDonalds – 5200 S. Lake Park Avenue

A10 Hyde Park – 1462 E. 53rd Street

Aloha Poke Co. – 5221 S. Harper Court

Ancien Cycles & Café (also see Shopping) – 1558 E. 53rd Street

Bonne Sante Health Foods (also see Shopping) – 1512 E. 53rd Street

Café 53 – 1369 E. 53rd Street

ET’O Modern Asian Cuisine – 1373 E. 53rd Street

Fabiana’s Bakery – 1658 E. 53rd Street

Kilwins – 5226 S. Harper Avenue

Leona’s – 1236 E. 53rd Street

Mellow Yellow – 1508 E. 53rd Street

Mikkey’s Retro Grill – 5319 S. Hyde Park Boulevard

Nando’s PERi-PERi – 1447 E. 53rd Street

Native Foods – 1518 E. Harper Court

Pockets – 1307 E. 53rd Street

Porkchop (also see Drinking) – 1516 E. Harper Court

Rajun Cajun – 1459 E. 53rd Street

Roti Modern Mediterranean – 1526 E. 53rd Street

The Sit Down Café & Sushi Bar – 1312 E. 53rd Street

Target Express – 1346 E. 53rd Street

55th Street Area

Bergstein’s NY Deli – 1164 E. 55th Street

Insomnia Cookies – 1105 E. 55th Street

Litehouse Whole Food Grill – 1660 E. 55th Street

Nella Pizza e Pasta – 1125 E. 55th Street

57th Street Area

B’ Gabs Goodies – 1450 E. 57th Street

Cemitas Puebla – 1321 E. 57th Street

Noodles, Etc. – 1333 E. 57th Street

 

Shopping Offers

53rd Street Area

Whole Foods Market – 5118 S. Lake Park Avenue

Akira – 1539 E. 53rd Street

Ancien Cycles & Café (also see Dining) – 1558 E. 53rd Street

Bonne Sante Health Foods (also see Dining) – 1512 E. 53rd Street

Dearborn Denim & Apparel – 1504 E. 53rd Street

Hyde Park Produce Market – 1226 E. 53rd Street

Hyde Park Records – 1377 E. 53rd Street

Jojayden – 1457 E. 53rd Street

Kilimanjaro International – 1305 E. 53rd Street

Modern Cooperative – 1500 E. 53rd Street

NoteworthyNotes – 5231 S. Harper Court

Pearle Vision – 1200 E. 53rd Street

The Silver Room – 1506 E. 53rd Street

The Silver Umbrella – 5305 S. Hyde Park Boulevard

Sir & Madame – 5225 S. Harper Court

Sprocket & Stone – 1013 E. 53rd Street

55th Street Area

First Aid Comics – 1617 E. 55th Street

Gilda’s Designer Thrift Boutique – 1703 E. 55th Street

57th Street Area

57th Street Books – 1301 E. 57th Street

Powell’s Books – 1501 E. 57th Street

 

Drinking Offers

53rd Street Area

Chant – 1509 E. 53rd Street

Ja’ Grill – 1510 E. 53rd Street

Kimbark Beverage Shoppe – 1214 E. 53rd Street

Porkchop (also see Dining) – 1516 E. Harper Court

The Promontory – 5311 S. Lake Park Avenue

55th Street Area

Seven Ten Lanes – 1055 E. 55th Street

57th Street Area

57th Street Wines – 1448 E. 57th Street

 

Fitness/Beauty Offers

53rd Street Area

Core Power Yoga – 1539 E. 53rd Street, 2nd Floor

LA Fitness – 5224 S. Lake Park Avenue

Orangetheory Fitness – 1503 E. Hyde Park Boulevard

Threading & Waxing Salon – 1648 E. 53rd Street

 

Entertainment Offers

53rd Street Area

Harper Theater – 5238 S. Harper Avenue

First Thursday Graphic
First Thursday Graphic

Aloha Poké Co. to open new location in Harper Court on Monday, October 2

Aloha Poké Co. will open its new Hyde Park location at 5221 S. Harper Court on Monday, October 2.

Recently named “best poké” and “best gluten-free restaurant” in the Chicago Reader’s “Best of Chicago” list, Aloha Poké serves fresh, healthy, build-your-own poké bowls. Guests first choose a base of rice or mixed greens, then select from sashimi-grade tuna, salmon, or tofu – all of which can be served marinated or “naked” – and then pack on toppings like edamame, pineapple, avocado, and more, and finish with a drizzle of sauce. Customers who prefer to leave the choices to the experts can instead order from three House Bowls.

Aloha Poké also offers catering options, such as the “Sumo Bowls,” which serve 8-10 people.

The restaurant joined several other retailers for the Hyde Park Hiring Fair at Harper Court on August 1. General Manager Brett Kane said he received resumes from 60 candidates for 10 open positions, ultimately hiring two people from the event.

“It was a great way to meet people in the community and get to know the other businesses in Harper Court,” Kane noted.

With five current locations in Chicago including the West Loop French Market, Revival Food Hall, Lakeview, Lincoln Park, and Evanston, the restaurant chain is also expanding into Loyola/Rogers Park, the Magnificent Mile, Old Town, and Naperville, as well as a national expansion in Arizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Minnesota; Washington, D.C.; and Wisconsin.

“Aloha Poké Co.’s healthy poké bowls are incredibly popular and a proven success in the fast-casual dining segment,” said James Hennessy, associate vice president for commercial real estate operations for the University. “We look forward to welcoming them to Harper Court."

The Harper Court location hours are anticipated to be Monday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Aloha Poké Co. logo
Aloha Poké Co. logo
Aloha Poké Co. bowl - photo courtesy of Aloha Poké Co.
Aloha Poké Co. bowl - photo courtesy of Aloha Poké Co.