Jimmy Buffett To Open Signature Restaurant in Waikiki this February + Tour

Jimmy Buffett To Open Signature Restaurant in Waikiki this February + Tour

“Searchin’ for that, last shaker of salt…” Jimmy Buffett croons during his legendary hit "Margaritaville", a boozy ballad that captures the essence of tropical living for those with 10 ten toes firmly rooted in the sand, condensation from a frosty beverage dripping down their fingers.

Next week visitors and residents of O’ahu can share this tequila-drenched feeling at Buffett’s first Hawaii restaurant, called Jimmy Buffett’s at the Beachcomber.

The 21,000 square foot eatery resides in the newly renovated Beachcomber Waikiki, now an Outrigger Resort, which the hotel company recently sunk $21 million in to renovating. The 2nd floor restaurant boasts seating for 500, many of which can dine on the al fresco lanai. Amidst the sounds of Buffett’s repertoire (or local performers who will belt out island-inspired tunes), guests will sip margaritas, mai tais or signature “Boat Drinks”.

“From the first time I rode a wave at Canoes on Waikiki I began to figure out how I could get back to Hawaii on a more regular basis to that One Particular Harbour,” said Jimmy Buffett. “I have written many stories and songs inspired by my time in Hawaii and can't wait to see what the future holds in the land that is so far but yet so near. Mahalo.”

Directly next door to the restaurant is the newly opened “Honolulu Surfing Museum”, which houses hundreds of artifacts and paraphernalia from Hawaii’s hey day as the birthplace of surfing, as well as pieces from surf locales around the globe.

Jimmy Buffett’s at the Beachcomber will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, from 7 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.

Visit www.JimmyBuffettsAtTheBeachcomber.com for more information.

Buffett will be touring Hawaii this February, with shows at the Waikiki Shell and the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Stay tuned for dates and ticketing information.

“I have written many stories and songs inspired by my time in Hawaii."