Step into a comfortably elegant hideaway with sweeping views of Hanalei Bay and Bali Hai and enjoy the pleasures of great food and wines at the Kaua’i Grill.
The restaurant’s menu perfectly captures the spirit of the island, weaving signature dishes with a curated selection of Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s greatest appetizers, simply grilled entrees, tantalizing side dishes, and bold accompaniments, all prepared with the highest quality local ingredients available.
At the center of the dining room, a spectacular spiraling fabric ceiling in the shape of a nautilus shell lends a dramatic and intriguing glow by night and complements the sweeping views by day. Spilling from the center of the nautilus, a handcrafted fiber optic and ruby glass hibiscus chandelier echoes the surrounding mountain waterfalls and Hawaii’s indigenous flora. The restaurant is draped in a rich palate of cocoa, ruby and cognac, accenting plush leather as well as bronze and zebra woods.
Guests who prefer to relax poolside may order from the Nalu Kai's special poolside menu. Bar seating with breathtaking views of Hanalei Bay is another inviting option for casual dining.
Makana Terrace overlooks magical Hanalei Bay and Makana Mountain from the resort’s 8th floor. Its main dining room and outdoor terrace are favorite destinations for sophisticated Hawaiian-inspired dishes at breakfast and dinner. The menu showcases the freshest Hawaiian-grown produce, local seafood, and fine meats.
Enjoy fresh-brewed espresso, lattes, cappuccinos and freshly baked pastries as well as sandwiches and salads from the Napali Café. This inviting take-away option is located in the resort's reception parlor on the main lobby level of the hotel.
With its 180-degree view of Hanalei Bay, the St. Regis Bar provides one of the most memorable sunset views in all of Hawaii. While the lush scenery enhances the bar’s island ambiance, the inside décor reflects a quiet elegance, repeating a color palette of earth and sea.
In the St. Regis tradition, a hand-painted mural hangs over the bar and pays homage to the local culture. At The St. Regis Princeville Resort, the painting depicts the Fire Throwers of Makana, the revered storytellers of the islands. Each evening, the St. Regis Bar Sunset Ritual honors the traditions of Hawaiian storytelling with a special performance by the Fire Throwers. The evening’s entertainment also includes live music.
Honoring our storied past and the creation of the Bloody Mary cocktail in 1934, each hotel and resort within the St. Regis portfolio has crafted its own unique, local interpretation of the original classic recipe. The St. Regis Princeville Resort serves the Aloha Mary, in which memories of the South Pacific are conjured through flavors like sriracha and guava-smoked sea salt, sourced from the Pacific Rim. An enticing blend of Hawaii’s handcrafted organic Ocean Vodka and clamato juice garnished with Kaua’i sea asparagus creates the distinct, authentic flavors of Hawai’i. Join us in the St. Regis Bar or at any of our dining venues for an Aloha Mary.