Our $25 deposit per person will now be applied to Large Parties and Holidays only.
Automatic 20% gratuity added to final check for large parties 8 or more.
Wheelchair and Stroller access is from our parking garage entrance. Please contact front desk at 808-941-6669 for further assistance.
Chart House Waikiki is not affiliated with Landry's Restaurants or accept
gift cards from other Chart House Restaurants / Landry's.
1765 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Chart House Waikiki Hours
Monday - Friday
3:30pm - 5:30pm Happy Hour
Monday-Thursday - Close at Midnight | Friday - Close at 2am
Saturday & Sunday
9am - 2pm Brunch
2pm - 5:30pm Happy Hour
4:30pm - 9:30pm Dinner
Saturday - Close at 2am | Sunday - Close at Midnight
Chart House Waikiki Entertainment
Mondays: 6-9pm Kamaka Camarillo
Tuesdays: 6:30-9:30pm Kailua Moon
Wednesdays: 6:30-9:30pm Stick and Barrel Band
Thursdays: 6:30-9:30pm Tito
Fridays: 4:15-7:15pm Various | 8-11pm Ryan & Mel
Saturdays: 7-11pm Tito + David
Sundays: 6-9pm Dean Lum
SATURDAYS 10am-1pm Keahi Delovio
SUNDAYS 10am-1pm Stick and Barrel Band
Joey Cabell is a legendary surfer & waterman. He is known as a champion of many international surfing competitions, an inductee to several Hall of Fames, a star of surf films, a paddleboard champion, an avid sailor, a record-breaking deep sea fisherman, a.... well, the list is never ending. But around here, he's known simply as Joey, the infamously gracious & friendly owner & founder of Chart House Waikiki.
Joey opened this restaurant in 1968. It has remained here, overlooking the marina, for over 50 years, but not without hardship & hard work. In 1975, the restaurant was gutted by fire. Chart House closed while Joey & his team spent a year building the furniture, bar, stairs - anything wood that you can see - themselves, eventually reopening in 1976. Flash forward to 2020. Chart House shut down due to another disaster, the COVID pandemic... and survived, again! Joey & his wife, Yana, never gave up. Instead, they worked with tireless dedication to reopen in 2021 & keep this Waikiki landmark alive thriving. #godeep