Mahalo Nui Loa to all of our wonderful fans for the continuous love and support! We are so thrilled that we have reached 20,000 Likes on Facebook! Keep visiting our Facebook page for more specials, updates, and awesome pictures at Rainbow Drive-In!
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Thank you Frolic Hawaii for showcasing Rainbow Drive-In! We will have one of our local menu favorites: Mix Plate! Join us on Friday, April 7, 2017, at the corner of Bishop and King Street in downtown between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm. Be sure to pre-order your mix plate beforehand so that you don’t miss […]
MAHALO NUI LOA to all of our dedicated customers for helping us reach 10,000 Followers on Instagram! We truly appreciate your continuous love and support throughout the years and can’t wait for many more to come! We have a lot of great things happening this year at Rainbow Drive-In, so stay tuned and please keep […]
We want to thank Frolic Hawaii for highlighting us on their recent “His/Her Top 5: Cheap plate lunches” articles. It has been our goal to bring everyone the best quality food for the cheapest price possible. Check out Frolic’s articles listed below! His Top 5: Cheap plate lunches Her Top 5: Cheap plate lunches
There’s a lot going on at our RainbowTiki store! Not only have we expanded, we updated our website and offer most of our products online! And we have new items! • Our Slush Float Freeze is a unique blend of our popular slush and vanilla ice cream. It’s got a creamy texture perfect for hot […]
We are excited to be featured in Guy Fieri’s latest book, “Diners, Drive-In and Dives: The Funky Finds in Flavortown” ($21.99, HarperCollins Publishers). Fieri visited our iconic drive-in several years ago to film a Hawaii-focused episode of his popular Food Network show, “Diners, Drive-In and Dives.” That episode featured our popular loco moco plate. Since […]
Thanks to Gee Yung and everyone who turned out to celebrate Chinese New Year’s with us!
After years of requests from customers, Rainbow Drive-In is now bottling and selling its version of the local condiment — and one with a little more heat.
We ordered hundreds of these 6.5-inch-tall ceramic figurines designed by Kauai artist Glenn Schot last year — and we’re down to our last ones.