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Nalu’s South Shore Grill Hosts Valentine’s Dinner Show

February 7, 2019, 10:21 AM HST · Updated February 7, 10:31 AM
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Nalu’s South Shore Grill is hosting a special Valentine’s Day Dinner Show with entertainment from Maui’s Amy Hānaiali‘I Gilliom on Feb. 14. 2019. Courtesy image.

Nalu’s South Shore Grill will welcome Maui’s own Amy Hānaiali’i Gilliom for a special Valentine’s Day Dinner Show on Thursday, Feb. 14 at 6:30 p.m. In the island setting of Nalu’s, the five-time Grammy Award nominee and 18-time Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award winner will showcase the songs of Billie Holiday, Etta James, Natalie Cole, and Lalah Hathaway in a romantic evening of jazz, blues and soul.

Along with her electrifying vocal performance, the public is invited to enjoy a sumptuous four-course dinner paired with Amy’s Hānaiali’i Wines from Napa Valley. This dining experience will feature Crab Crêpes Madagascar, followed by garden-fresh Ménage a Trois Salad.

The entrée will include a six-ounce Filet Mignon finished with a port wine demi-glaze served alongside Cocoa Tempura Battered Kaua‘i Prawns and Potatoes Au Gratin. For dessert, guests will delight in Flaming Kula Strawberries Panzini.

Each course will be paired with a personally selected Hānaiali’i Wine! The cost for this unique, one-night-only tribute to the great women of jazz and blues is $85, which includes dinner and the show.

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“We are thrilled that Amy is bringing her jazz and blues tribute to Nalu’s,” says Nalu’s owner, Ron Panzo. “She is such a versatile entertainer! This show is entirely different from her “Ambassador of Hawaiian Music” show on Wednesday nights. I encourage residents and visitors alike to come out on Valentine’s Day, and every Wednesday to hear Amy, as well as on Saturday nights when Eric Gilliom and Barry Flanagan of Hapa take the stage.”

Seating is limited for all shows, and reservations are required. For more details or reservations, visit Nalu’s website or call 808.891.8650.

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