We encourage our audience to eat at these great restaurants and support businesses who support Kumu Kahua Theatre!
TO SEE OR DO
THE ARTS AT MARKS GARAGE
A nonprofit community arts center, shared collaborative space, and performance venue, the ARTS at Marks Garage features regular multi-disciplinary art exhibitions and a regular program of diverse performances.
1159 Nuuanu Avenue | www.artsatmarks.com
A local boutique offering a selection of hand-picked retro clothing and accessories for men and women.
1160 Nuuanu Avenue | www.barriovintage.com
PEGGE HOPPER GALLERY
An exhibition space featuring a variety of contemporary works by Pegge Hopper among other local artists.
1164 Nu'uanu Avenue | www.peggehopper.com
TO EAT AND DRINK
MURPHY'S BAR & GRILL
A Boston-style Irish pub in downtown Honolulu, Murphy's has been featured on the Food Channel's "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives" for their signature shepherd's pie and corned beef and cabbage.
2 Merchant Street | www.murphyshawaii.com
O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB
With live music every night, O'Toole's is the perfect spot to keep the party going after a Kumu play, with ice cold beers and a wide selection of spirits.
902 Nuuanu Avenue | www.irishpubhawaii.com
Open until 4 am most evenings, Downbeat Diner specializes in sandwiches, salads, burgers, milkshakes, and more. Stop in for a bite to eat or a drink, or catch a live performance next door at the Downbeat Lounge.
42 N. Hotel Street | www.downbeatdiner.com
Bar 35 features one of the largest selections of beer on the island, along with housemade pizzas and pupus, with both indoor and outdoor seating available.
35 N. Hotel Street | www.bar35hawaii.com