Hawaiian Hut delivers an unparalleled tropical twist in meeting the growing demand for gourmet cuisine in a quick-service setting!
To buy a franchise with Hawaiian Hut, you'll need to have at least $250,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $500,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of at least $250,000. *
Aloha: Hawaiian hospitality. At Hawaiian Hut, we serve customers with the inviting warmth of the islands.
Wiki: Quick, fast. We are a fast-casual restaurant. We don't want our customers' experience to be the wait, we want it to be the food on their plate.
Ono: Delicious, tasty, savory. We pride ourselves in authentic, refreshing, creatively delicious local Hawaiian cuisine.
Hawaiian Hut delivers an unparalleled tropical twist in meeting the growing demand for gourmet cuisine in a fast-casual setting!
Hawaiian Hut's striking ambiance welcomes guests with the alluring aroma of exquisite local Hawaiian cuisine, soothing island melodies, exhilarating island attractions, and the "aloha spirit" of the islands. Customers enjoy their meal in a thatched hut or under a bamboo umbrella in paradise.
Hawaiian Hut Heritage
My father, John Kapapa Jr., grew up with his "Tutu" (grandmother) in Kahana Valley, O'ahu, which "may be as close to old Hawaii as you can get…Kahana, with its shallow, horseshoe-shaped bay, is one of the old Hawaiian ahupua'a, a self-sufficient division of land that runs from the mountains to the sea." [Ryan, T. 1987 "Kahana Valley, paradox in time", Honolulu Star Bulletin, 7 April.]
Kahana Valley is a special place to my father, where "shaded from the frenzied forces of modern society…they pass the days with quiet contentment in the tradition of their Hawaiian forebears, making nets, weaving, fishing, farming, and 'talking story.' Like the clear streams and giant shrimp, the fragrant gingers and mountain apples, the people are part of the valley's rich and beautiful resources." [Alton, H. 1979, "Portrait of Kahana", Star Bulletin & Advertiser, 20 May, p. C-1.]
As taught by his Tutu, there, in good "old Hawaii," my father mastered the traditional ways of Hawaiian cooking. Tutu has long since passed on, but the traditional cooking styles have remained a part of my father, and our family heritage. Featuring our family's traditional recipes and local island flavors with a contemporary spin - My wife and I are pleased to bring authentic Hawaii to you!
Reid and Laurianne Kapapa
Become a member of the Hawaiian Hut Ohana (family).
When you become a Hawaiian Hut Franchise Owner, you become of a member of the Hawaiian Hut Ohana. Indeed, the strength of Hawaiian Hut is found in its people working together to successfully drive the vehicle of the Hawaiian Hut concept. We will guide and assist you every step of the way by providing:
E Komo Mai- We welcome you to learn how you can own a piece of paradise and bring Hawaiian Hut to your area!
Wyoming, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Washington, Vermont, Virginia, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Dakota, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Oklahoma, Ohio, New York, Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nebraska, North Dakota, North Carolina, Montana, Mississippi, Missouri, Minnesota, Michigan, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, Iowa, Hawaii, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Colorado, California, Arizona, Arkansas, Alabama, Alaska
Hawaiian Hut is also currently accepting inquiries from Canada and outside the U.S., but not from the European Union.
Interested parties should have at least $250,000 in liquid capital to invest.