Fodor's Expert Review Hy's Steak House
If the Rat Pack reconvened for big steaks and a bigger red, they'd feel right at home at Hy's, which hasn't changed much since it opened in 1976. The formula: prime-grade beef cooked over an open kiawe-wood (mesquite) fire, "old-school" service, a clubby atmosphere, and a wine list recognized for excellence by Wine Spectator. In addition to the signature steaks, specialties include beef Wellington, miso-marinated sea bass, and ahi sashimi fresh from the auction. The restaurant is also known for its Caesar salad and those flambéed desserts rarely seen these days—both prepared tableside, of course.
2440 Kuhio Ave.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815, USA
- Dark woods, club chairs, banquettes, and that fabulous 1970s feel
- A wine list fit for the most persnickety palate
- Desserts flambéed tableside