Timbers Kaua'i Blog

Lāola Nani - Carefully Crafted with Aloha

Lāola Nani, the newest offering at Timbers Kaua‘i, feature an elevated contemporary style and sweeping ocean views from the two-story townhomes. Our team has worked closely with locally- and family-owned Aspire Furniture to furnish our stunning model homes with inspired design and aloha.


Somewhere between a traditional pumpkin pie and a crumb cake lies the Hawaiian holiday favorite – Pumpkin Crunch. Any holiday gathering, team banquet or paʻina during the season wouldn’t be complete without this classic dish.

When the mango trees go off at The Farm at Hōkūala, they go OFF. With such a surplus of fresh mango in the summer, we make it our mission to find as many ways to use the fruit as possible to avoid unnecessary waste.

Noni…friend to the endangered honeybee, antioxidant-rich superfood, natural first aid, fire starter, and clothing dye.

Our Farm Honey Basil Limeade is made here at Hualani’s and the Farm Hale using ingredients directly from our organic 16-acre Farm at Hōkūala.

two people hold a shared dish of fresh cut vegetables in a salad bowl

Timbers Kaua‘i is proud to announce that Hualani’s was recently deemed an Ocean Friendly Restaurant by Surfrider Foundation.

*Update May 2023 – Please note that our Tuesday evening pre-fixe farm-to-table menu is no longer available.

The “Hōkūala Hokulada” is our delicious Farm-to-Bar version of a skinny Piña Colada served in a young ice-cold coconut with a papaya stem straw.

Breadfruit, or ‘ulu holds special meaning for the people of Hawaii. In ancient times, it not only provided food and medicine, but also wood for homebuilding.

Presenting the Hanalei Bae Speciality Cocktail at Hualaniʻs at Timbers Kauaʻi. The Hanalei Bae is a fun new Speciality Cocktail mixed with Hanalei Vodka, Ube, Haupia Whipped Cream and Toasted Coconut. Grab one of these tasty beverages for you and your Bae.

These purposefully-chosen plants were used to sustain navigators on the journey and selected with the intention of propagating crops and preserving culture at their next destination. Canoe crops are now a fundamental part of Hawaii’s intricate ecosystem, culinary scene, medicine, and culture.

Coconut shrimp recipe from Hualani's restaurant at Timbers Kauai

Missing the Hawaiian Islands? Try your hand at Hualani’s take on this tasty seafood delight to send your tastebuds to Timbers Kauaʻi.

Hand-crafted by Bartender Matthew Kawamura here at Timbers Kaua‘i, this smooth concoction will give you island vibes any time of year.