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 Honolulu Coffee Happy Hour
Launches October 4, 2019

 Honolulu Coffee will help people ‘lei’ their burdens down and add a little aloha to their weekends when the Vancouver café begins hosting ‘Pa’u Hana’ (Happy Hour) services on Fridays at its downtown location at 888 Nelson Street starting October 4.

A common phrase on the Hawaiian Islands meaning ‘end of the work day’, Pa’u Hana refers to the practice of leaving work early on Fridays to start to weekend. Honolulu Coffee Vancouver will mark the occasion every Friday starting at 3 p.m. with island vibes supplied by live music from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Each Friday from 3 to 7 p.m., visitors can kick off the weekend by enjoying Honolulu Coffee’s island-inspired bar snacks at half price such as: mixed bar nuts, $3.5; açaí bowls, $4.25; edamame coconut hummus, $4.75; lilikoi pineapple meatballs, $6; and teriyaki sliders, $7.5. Early weekend warriors can also wash down the work week with 12-ounce pints of Bikini Blonde lager, Big Swell IPA, Pineapple Mana wheat or Coconut Hiwa porter from Maui Brewing Company available for $5 each.

Honolulu Coffee Vancouver’s two local cafés in downtown Vancouver (888 Nelson St.) and Kerrisdale (2098 W 41st Ave.) also feature a variety of fresh-baked, house-made pastries such as croissants, muffins, scones and cookies in addition to gourmet breakfast and lunch sandwiches and seasonally inspired dessert selections.

For the latest news about Honolulu Coffee Vancouver, go to honolulucoffee.com, become a fan of /honolulucoffeevancouver on Facebook and follow @honolulucoffeeyvr on Instagram and @HonoluluCoffee on Twitter.

ABOUT HONOLULU COFFEE

Since 2016, Honolulu Coffee Vancouver has been bringing the aloha spirit to the mainland by serving up a variety of hot and cold coffee and espresso-based beverages brewed with Kona-grown and -roasted beans as well as tea, fresh-fruit smoothies and beer from the craft brewers at Maui Brewing Company. The coffee shop, which has locations in downtown Vancouver at 888 Nelson Street and at 2098 West 41st Ave. in Kerrisdale, also offers an array of Island-inspired snacks and share plates in addition to fresh-baked, house-made pastries, snacks, breakfast and lunch sandwiches and seasonal desserts | honolulucoffee.com

Downtown Vancouver: 888 Nelson St., Vancouver BC V6Z 2H1 | 778-379-6607 | Open daily 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Kerrisdale: 2098 W 41st Ave., Vancouver V6M 4M4 | 604-620-2168 | Monday – Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Facebook: /honolulucoffeevancouver | Instagram: @honolulucoffeeyvr | Twitter: @HonoluluCoffee

Author

Dianne

Editor in Chief of Fabulously Frugal in Vancouver.

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