DECK is an upscale New American fare & craft cocktail served in a stylish, open-air space with a deck & views. The Queen Kapiolani Hotel, located just a short walk from Ki Beach, features a trendy rooftop bar Waikiki, surrounded by similarly stunning views. The lush and bright rooftop venue, DECK., is located on the third story and blends indoor and outdoor space. There you can enjoy fantastic views of the famed Diamond Head. The rooftop menu features locally sourced and sustainable American Pacific-influenced cuisine, fresh handmade cocktails, and locally produced beers, all served in a sophisticated yet informal lounge setting. The Queen Kapiolani Hotel’s 3rd story pool deck offers panoramic views of the landmark Diamond Head and the world-famous Waikiki beach!
This open-air location provides a gorgeous background for the chef’s one-of-a-kind American Pacific-inspired food, fresh, handcrafted cocktails, locally produced beers, and an extensive wine list. They are pleased to inform us that its outside areas are now fully operational, with additional latitude for masks and social distancing. They accommodate all of their visitors’ demands for the best pleasure. So, their interior part does need masks and social distance. DECK. is meticulous in its ingredient selection for our menu and handmade drinks. DECK. keeps things fresh by combining locally produced and sustainable products whenever feasible through relationships with local farms, ranches, distilleries, and brewers to create a dining experience that is completely immersed in the beauty of Hawaii.
Daily happy hour, brunch bubble deals, monthly specials, and live music are available! Check out their Calendar for future discounts and music lineups. Make memories that will last a lifetime by holding your event in their restaurant or the Leahi Room & Lanai for a private function. Weddings, reunions, birthdays, and business and social gatherings may be held in an open-air environment meters from Diamond Head, with an indoor and outdoor area for up to 150 guests. They are strictly adhering to Oahu rules. They have also implemented tight procedures that adhere to CDC recommendations, and all personnel must complete training to keep visitors and the community safe.