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Celebrate Valentine’s weekend with tea at historic Wai’oli in Honolulu

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The entrance to the Wai'oli Tea Room in the Manoa Valley area of Honolulu, Oahu. Photo by Fred Schulz.

The entrance to the Wai’oli Tea Room in the Manoa Valley area of Honolulu, Oahu. Photo by Fred Schulz.

The Salvation Army owns and operates the historic Wai’oli Tea Room in the gorgeous Manoa Valley area of Honolulu.

Dedicated in 1922, the tea room was built as part of The Salvation Army’s Girls’ Home program to teach young women marketable job skills. The Wai’oli Tea Room was added to the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service in 1998.

Recently, the management of the Wai’oli Tea Room was transferred to the local Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Honolulu to provide ministry and vocational opportunities for the men and women in residence at the center.

Photo by Fred Schulz.

Photo by Fred Schulz.

Now, the Wai’oli Tea Room offers the following services to customers:
:: Home and business deliveries
:: Online orders
:: Drive time coffee service and coffee bar
:: Full-service catering
:: Meeting space
:: Evening events
:: Expanded Wi-Fi

If you’re on your way to beautiful Honolulu for Valentines weekend getaway, make a reservation to enjoy a bit of history at the lovely Wai’oli Tea Room.

And, when you dine at Wai’oli – or order out! – you’re helping The Salvation Army provide no-fee, residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation to men and women in need.

:: Click here for a link to the Wai’oli Tea Room website

Click the white arrow below to view a photo slideshow of images taken by Fred Schulz of HawaiianShots by Schulz Photography:


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