DUKE’S WAIKIKI Named after the legendary Hawaiian surfer Duke Kahanamoku, Duke’s Waikiki has two sections: the dining room and the Barefoot Bar and offers menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner, children and drinks. Validated parking available. dukeswaikiki.com. 2335 Kalakaua Ave., 808.922.2268. KANI KA PILA GRILLE True to the meaning of its name (kani ka pila means “to make music” in Hawaiian), this poolside restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner plus an impressive nightly line-up of local musicians. outriggerreef-onthebeach.com. Outrigger Reef on the Beach, 2169 Kalia Rd., 808.924.4990. KUHIO BEACH HULA SHOW A free sunset hula show at Waikiki Beach near the Duke Kahanamoku statue. Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday; the show runs 6:30-7:30 p.m., except during November to January when it runs 6 to 7 p.m. Kuhio Beach Hula Mound, beachside at Uluniu Ave. & Kalakaua Ave. Times and schedules are subject to change, call for more information. www.waikikiimprovement. com/waikiki-calendar-of-events/kuhiobeach-hula-show. WAIKIKI BEACH WALK Free performances by local hula dance troupes and accompanying bands every Tuesday. Be sure to check the schedule on the website for free activities. waikikibeachwalk.com. 227 Lewers St., 808.931.3591.