Top Five Best Brunch Destination in Oahu, Hawaii

Question: What could be better than a long, leisurely vacation on the shores of Oahu? Answer: Enjoying brunch at some of the island’s hottest culinary destinations while planning your next adventure. While it’s hard to resist the lure of the Hawaiian beaches, everyone has to eat first. Here’s a guide to five of the best brunch spots the island has to offer.

 Bogart’s Cafe

The name alone conjures up images of romance and intrigue, and this cozy Honolulu haven doesn’t disappoint. Those with an insatiable sweet tooth will be wowed by the waffle selection, and vegetarians will have a hard time deciding between the asparagus or avocado-and-spinach Benedict. Please note that Bogart’s is cash only.

Heavenly Island Lifestyle

Heavenly Island Lifestyle provides brunch options made from natural, organic ingredients to serve your cravings. They serve classics such as French toast and omelets along with fruit bowls and breakfast salads. They pride themselves on their use of local organic ingredients that their award-winning chefs use to create their tasty dishes.

Koko Head Cafe

This is an all-day brunch spot (open daily until 2:30 p.m.), making it the perfect choice for those who like to take their mornings in the afternoon while on vacation. The restaurant is run by celebrity chef Lee Anne Wong, and the menu entices with selections such as poi biscuits and gravy, Japanese-style fried chicken with eggs, and cornflake French toast. Reservations aren’t accepted; it’s strictly first-come, first-serve.

Sweet E’s Cafe

Sweet E’s Cafe is a family run cafe in Honolulu. The breakfast and brunch restaurant is known for their French toast and pancakes. They also have healthy options available, catering to a variety of dietary desires. There is a cozy feel with amazing service that will make you feel right at home.


This restaurant serves breakfast and lunch with a menu that includes red velvet pancakes. They are very health-conscious, providing a friendly and smoke-free atmosphere and a menu that includes fresh, natural foods. Visit their website for making reservations and to look at their menu.


This is a guest post contributed by Private Homes Hawaii, a private Hawaii home rental service with many options available in Oahu.


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