2424 Koa Avenue. Honolulu, HI, 96815.
(located inside the lobby of the Stay Hotel)
(808)201-6369
Open 5 pm - 2 am Monday - Saturday.
Open 10 am - 2 am Sunday.
Sunday Brunch 10 am - 1 pm.
Kitchen hours 6 pm - 12 am daily.
21 & over only.
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Drag Brunch & Catamaran, Sunday, April 14th

On April 14th, 2019, sashay your way to Wang Chung’s to see the best Sunday Funday Drag Show on the island, hosted by the one and only @caramel.flava! Doors open at 10 am and the performances begin at 11 am! Pitchers of mimosas and delicious brunch food will be available until 1 pm. Seating is first come. Then join us after brunch on our super fun catamaran at 1 pm. You can purchase tickets for the catamaran at wangchungs.eventbrite.com

First Drag Brunch of 2019

This Sunday is our first drag brunch of 2019! Hosted by the lovely @caramel.flava & featuring #dragqueens @northstar808 @keroboy77 & @mr.sister_official. Doors open at 10 am, showtime at 11 am, followed by our #catamaran at 1 pm. #wangchungs #dragbrunch #hawaii

This Sunday, January 13th, is our first drag brunch of 2019! Hosted by the lovely @caramel.flava & featuring #dragqueens @northstar808 @keroboy77 & @mr.sister_official. Doors open at 10 am, showtime at 11 am, followed by our #catamaran at 1 pm. #wangchungs #dragbrunch #hawaii

Nonstop Mixology: Ho-Chi-tini

In honor of the anniversary of the birth of Ho Chi Minh, Wang Chung’s has created a light, refreshing and delicious cocktail we dub Ho-Chi-tini. It features Hawaii’s own Kai Coconut Pandan Vodka. It is a rice vodka with “hints of vanilla derived from pandan, a fragrant herb found across South East Asia. Made with real coconut water,” as stated on their website, www.kaivodka.com.

Thanks once again to our friends @nonstophonolulu who produced this online featurette of our mixology session. Bartender Henry Schneider from Wang Chung’s Karaoke Bar demonstrates the process as Owner Dan Chang narrates.

“We will be featuring two ingredients that are not normally used in cocktails: egg whites and gum syrup. Egg whites tend to add a lot foam and texture to the cocktails, and gum syrup adds a really nice, silky mouth feel to it.” We will also be utilizing a “double shake” technique to prepare the cocktail. First, a “dry shake” to add a lot of foam and texture to the egg whites. Followed by a “wet shake” on ice to chill the cocktail. Finally, we garnish the cocktail with a twisted shiso leaf for an additional layer of flavor.

Ho-Chi-tini Recipe

  • 2 oz Kai Coconut Pandan Vodka
  • 1/2 oz gum syrup
  • 1/2 oz fresh lemon juice
  • 1/2 oz egg whites
  • garnish with shiso leaf

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http://www.nonstophonolulu.com/eating/nonstop-mixology-ho-chi-tini/