Paniolo Country Inn
Most people don't realize that Hawaii is a major producer of American beef, and where there's a ranch, you're sure to find a cowboy. In the 1800s Hawaii's King Kamehameha III invited the Spanish-Mexican vaqueros to come and teach Hawaiians how to manage their wild herds of cattle, and the paniolo, or Hawaiian cowboy, was born. Paniolo really know how to work up an appetite, and that's why the Paniolo Country Inn has endured for almost 30 years. It's a place that's popular with locals and visitors alike offering great food at reasonable prices in a friendly, hometown atmosphere. Located in the heart of Hawaiian ranch country, this beloved restaurant offers a broad menu with everything from steak and eggs and huevos rancheros to ribs, and pizza.
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