Fiesta Like There’s No Mañana at the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival After Party

The Hawaii Food and Wine Festival (HWFW) is an incredible food event set in literal paradise. It takes place over three weekends this fall on multiple islands. There will be over 150 internationally renowned master chefs showing off their chops. The mission of the festival is to inspire locals and visitors alike a love of the land and to give more attention to making food on Hawaii sustainable.

One of the standout events of the HWFW is Fiesta 24/7, an after-hour party that keeps the fun going. This celebration of Latin American cuisine is scheduled to take place at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa on October 25–26, 2019 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Attendees will enjoy delicious Latin American cuisine served by some of the top chefs that Hawaii has ever seen. Enjoy cervezas and tequila while getting to know other guests.

This event has three levels of ticketing with General Admission being the first, VIP being the second, and The Hyatt Waikiki Room Package being the third. Pricing for the event starts at $95 for GA, $150 for VIP, and $500 for the Room Package. To better understand what each ticket gets you, read below.

Three Tickets with Many Different Deals

The three different levels of ticketing offer you various deals. For example, general admission is for anyone who doesn’t have VIP status. You’re able to enter the event at 9 a.m. with regular entry.

VIP general entry and reserved seating also start at 9 a.m. With the room package, you’ll receive two general admission tickets with 9 a.m. entry as well as a one-night stay in the hotel. The option to add additional nights to your visit is available for an additional fee outside of the original $500.

Hotels in Waikiki

The most convenient place to stay at the  Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa, where Fiesta 24/7 takes place. What better place to hold the after-party than at your own hotel? The Hyatt also has a pool overlooking the ocean, an award-winning spa, and more than 60 on-site boutiques.

If you don’t want to stay where the party is, Sheraton Waikiki is another great hotel. Right in the center of Waikiki, this hotel has two outdoor pools, three restaurants, and holds one of Hawaii’s largest ballrooms.

Things to Do in the Area for Fun

Beyond the event, you can find something everyone will enjoy. For example, the legendary Waikiki Beach, with its beautiful sand, is within walking distance of the hotel. You can also hike Diamond Head, check out the animals at the Honolulu Zoo, or even see the marine life at the Waikiki Aquarium. History buffs won’t want to leave the island without seeing Pearl Harbor and Iolani Place firsthand.

Places to Eat in the Area

There are many places to eat, including SHOR, The Buffett at Hyatt, SWIM, and the Regency Club Lounge. The Pualeilani Atrium Shops also has a lot of excellent places to grab a bite, including Furusato Sushi and Kirin Restaurant. Seafood enthusiasts will not be disappointed by the amount of fresh fish on the menus at just about every restaurant.

By Sam

Sam Lowy is a writer, actor, comedian, musician, and everything in between. A true jack of all trades, Sam is constantly striving to learn and grow. Whether it's for a festival or just a once-in-a-lifetime club show, Sam loves to travel across the country to catch the best artists around. When he's at home in Tempe, AZ, Sam enjoys reading, playing guitar, and watching Frasier, Seinfeld, and Curb Your Enthusiasm.