Jan 03, 2019
Good Vibes on Tap at Off the Wall
Photos by Off the Wall
We love a good collaboration as much as anyone, but when we heard that our friends from Nalu Juice Bar and Café and Scratch Kitchen were working on a new bar and eatery concept in South Shore Market, we knew we were destined for a whole lot of deliciousness.
Under the name Off the Wall, the newly opened concept will offer a variety of delectable dishes, pulled from the mind of Scratch's Brian Chan, along with 18 beers (brewed by nine local breweries) and a whole lot of live music.
"We're so excited to bring this vibe to Ward Village. Off the Wall is unlike anything else you'll find in the area," says Tommy Kloosterboer, the restaurant's co-owner. "We think people are really going to love our concept."
A quick glance inside the restaurant reveals a warm interior composed of wood that was reclaimed from Re-Use Hawai'i, a nearby business that salvages wood and materials. Juxtaposed from the deep wood, you'll find that technology is seamlessly interwoven into the interior, allowing guests to access the digital taps pouring a motley mix of delicious beers and wines. Welcome to the future.
By working with chef Brian Chan of Scratch to craft the menu is sure to leave the city salivating. You'll find mouth-watering favorites like ahi poke tacos, but also South American flavors. "We're from South America and wanted to incorporate some of the flavors that we love into the menu."
Expect to be delighted as you sink your teeth into expertly seasoned plantains paired with a bubbly local brew. To top it off, Off the Wall will be regularly hosting live music, making it a new destination in Ward Village to kick back, blow the suds off your favorite beer, grab a few grinds, and pau hana like you mean it.
Stay up to speed with Off the Wall by giving them a follow on Instagram at @otwhawaii. Off the Wall is open daily: Monday-Thursday 11am-11pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-12am, and Sunday 11am-6pm.
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