Teri burgers, Portuguese Bean Soup, and malasadas–the old standbys for which Punahou Carnival is famous–will be there for the eating as will be newer favorites such as smoothies, gyros, and taco salad. For those who want a more traditional sit-down repast, Hawaiian Plate with live music is a great way to relax after shopping at White Elephant, browsing the Art Gallery, playing one of the skill games or conquering a ride on Pharaoh’s Fury.
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For Punahou ’74 classmates, we’ll be gathering for our annual Carnival shift at the Ewa Malasada booth from 7:45 to 11:00 p.m. on Friday night. Come by and say “hi”!