Hawaiian Cuisine: 53 by the Sea

The Hawaii Agricultural Foundation (HAF) is hosting the second Food-A-Go-Go Week from March 23 through April 6. Food-A-Go-Go Week will join a year-long public awareness campaign called Localicious® Hawai’i that puts restaurants and businesses that use local ingredients or produce in their offerings.

And 53 By the Sea participates in Food-A-Go-Go Week. We asked restaurant manager Kalen Yasutake about restaurant participation.

“We joined Food-A-Go-Go Week to support Hawaii’s farming and fishing industries. Proceeds from this campaign will benefit HAF’s K-12 agricultural education programs, which have served more than 18,000 students since 2014.”

Chef Mark Cadiente explained what’s new at 53 By The Sea

“We have just launched a brand new dinner menu starting March 1st. Featuring Chef Mark’s New American Cuisine. Crab agnolotti is one of Chef Mark’s favorite dishes.

53 By the Sea offers a tomato bun for $15 and an Ahi Poke dish for $20 during Food-A-Go-Go week. They will also be offering a pair of adult drinks that support local ingredients.

“We have 2 here, both with Kohana Agricole Rum. The first is our sparkling Koha-Lada, our set on a pina colada finished with sparkling wine. And the second is our Crystal Blue, one of our most popular cocktails here.

Go to Foodagogo.org where you can find a list of participating businesses and restaurants to see what Food-A-Go-Go week specials and promotions are on offer. Also visit 53 By the Sea at 53 Ahui Street Honolulu, HI 96813 or online at 53bythesea.com

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