An American Restaurant with a Uniquely Hawaiian Point of View

sola 8 interior pic.jpgNext to New York City, Hawaii is one this country’s greatest culinary melting pots and the source of endless multicultural inspirations. The Hawaiian islands have become home for centuries of immigrants from Japan, Thailand, Portugal, the Philippines and the U.S. mainland among others, and as such their traditions intermingle with the native flavors the Hawaiian sea, sand and sun. The cuisine at Sola takes its inspiration from this multicultural approach — blending the indigenous flavors of the Midwest with the preparations, techniques and inspiration from Hawaii’s unique culinary heritage.
 
Cuisine: Contemporary American Cuisine with Hawaiian Influences
 
Setting: Warmly lit earth and beach-tone interiors create a relaxed and welcoming setting for the neighborhood to enjoy. Tables are comfortably spaced allowing for easy conversation. A comfortable bar, seating 10-20 is available for casual dining as well as cocktail service nightly.
 
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diner’s Club, sola Gift Cards
 
Private Party Room(s): 1 semi-private
 
Reservations: Yes, recommended
 
Seating: 90-100
 
Smoking: No
 
Parking: Valet Wed.-Sat. / Street Parking Available
 
Wheelchair access: Yes
 
Owner / Executive Chef: Carol Wallack
 
Chef de Cuisine: Aleksiy Shalev
 
Architects: Olsen & Vranas; Keith Olsen and Cynthia Vranas
 
Square Footage: 4000 sq. ft.
 
Public Relations: Amanda Puck & Laura Windt, Experiential Agency
 
Internet/Media: 4d5w.com (312) 772-4d5w