Hawaii: In Real Life ~ Tucker & Bevvy

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Tucker & Bevvy PreviewWaikiki beachgoers — locals as well as tourists — are familiar with the Australian-inspired take out place in the Park Shore Waikiki Hotel, Tucker & Bevvy. It’s known for its fresh, light fare, perfect for hot, sunny days.

What you may not know is it’s owned by a local girl — Cecily Ho Sergent — and her Aussie husband, Tony. They lived in Sydney for 17 years and ran Honolulu-themed restaurants there; now that they’re back in Hawaii, they’ve brought a taste of Australia, here.

Well, tomorrow, they’re opening a second location in the Hee Hing Plaza on Kapahulu Avenue. It’s also called Tucker & Bevvy (which is Aussie slang for “food and drink”). We got to chat with Cecily and her chef, Hoku, in an exclusive preview of the restaurant.

We also got to taste some of the anticipated popular items while talking more about the food, the concept, and the art. Yes, we actually bite into that massive burger! Visit HawaiiIRL.com to see more.

And, since Tucker and Bevvy is a social media client, I got to sit in on a couple of test runs. This isn’t a review, since I didn’t get to taste everything, but I did want to show you as many of the dishes as possible. Here’s what you can expect to find for breakfast:

Tucker & Bevvy Preview

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Meet Cecily Ho Sargent (middle, with lei), who is bringing a taste of Australia to Honolulu with Tucker & Bevvy.

Tucker & Bevvy (breakfast) — Opens June 11
449 Kapahulu Ave.
Open daily 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Click here for the menu