The scuttlebutt at the morning coffee group in Kona is the Aloha Vista Bar and Grill changed management last year, which is why we are seeing a lot more advertising for it, I suppose.
Greg, who used to be a former police officer, tends to show up at coffee on Wednesdays because his wife gets a massage nearby, and he mentions the place. (In fact, her massage therapist is fabulous as I can now witness first hand.) Greg says he and his wife often have breakfast at Aloha Vista Bar and Grill because it's a nice way to start the day.
I had been meaning to drop by and have lunch. A few days ago, I got my chance. If you've never had Loco Moco, I have included a photo in my story and a description of it. You can read more in my personal blog today at this link: Lunch at the Aloha Vista Bar and Grill at Keauhou.
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