Reno’s premier steak and seafood restaurant, Feast, is hosting an ‘All You Can Feast Luau’ Sunday, July 16, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. to benefit Ho‘ōla Nā Pua, a Hawaiian nonprofit founded in Reno.
“This is a perfect event for a warm summer night, filled with delicious food and specially crafted drinks, all while supporting an incredible non-profit organization. A portion of event proceeds will be donated to Ho‘ōla Nā Pua to help them continue their important work,” said Ken Long owner of Feast.
Ho‘ōla Nā Pua works towards the renewal of trafficked girls through health, education, advocacy, and reintegration.
“We couldn’t increase awareness about this issue and help as many children as we do without community support. Thank you to the Feast team, Ken, and the community in Reno for helping us tackle this important issue. Together we can have incredible impact. Mahalo nui loa, thank you,” said Aaron Schnobrich, co-founder of HNP.
Feast will be taking reservations prior to the event. Tickets are $25 per person and include an all you can feast spread of tasty and authentic options including a whole roasted pig, fresh seafood plates, teriyaki chicken sliders, lobster macaroni salad, and much more. Alibi Ale Works will be there, serving up some specially crafted beers, like their Coconut IPA and Watermelon Gose. To add to the fun, take part in tasting and judging a Mai Tai competition with local bartenders. Drinks sold separately for only $5 per pint or $5 per Mai Tai during the contest.
“We can’t wait for the community to come out to not only enjoy the Feast, but also to support Ho‘ōla Nā Pua. We are excited to showcase a special menu that highlights the beautiful styles and flavors of a Luau,” said Long.
For more information about Feast or the All You Can Feast Luau, contact 775-686-6969. Feast is located in between Downtown and Midtown at 516 South Virginia St.
About Ho‘ōla Nā Pua: Ho‘ōla Nā Pua is committed to the renewal of trafficked girls through health, education, advocacy, and reintegration. Our vision is to provide girls who are rescued or escape from the abuse of sex trafficking with a path to restoration and healing from their trauma, an increase sense of sell-worth, and the confidence and ability to successfully reintegrate into their family and the community.
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