This show is included in the full season package, half season package B, and the Music Series.
Na Leo are the best-selling female Hawaiian recording artists in the world. Their career spans 23 albums, 22 Hoku Awards (Hawaii's Grammy), and Top 20 national AC chart hits including "I Miss You Hawaii," "Flying With Angels," "Rest Of Your Life," and many more. Spend the holidays with Na Leo and experience the warm sounds of aloha.
Kalua Pork $26
Hawaiian-style tender roast pork with banana leaves served with Okinawan purple sweet potatoes and Spam fried rice.
Tempura Cod & Chips $19
Hand cut Pacific True Cod coated lightly in tempura batter and fried quickly for crispness. Served with crispy seasoned fries, jicama coleslaw, tartar sauce, lemon wedges, and malt vinegar.
Toasted Sesame Chicken Salad $19
Crisp romaine, bok choy, and napa cabbage create a fresh, crunchy combination with bell peppers, water chestnuts, fried won ton skins, bean sprouts, and scallions tossed in toasted sesame dressing and topped with a marinated grilled chicken breast.
Dessert Menu $9
*Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to any dessert $2
Scratch-made Seasonal Cobbler à la Mode (Ask server for today's selection)
Fresh-baked seasonal cobbler made at the Admiral and served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Harvey’s Butter Rum Batter Signature Cheesecake
The Admiral’s signature New York style cheesecake, made with Harvey’s Butter Rum Batter, and topped with Harvey’s-infused whip cream and candied walnuts.
Five Farms Chocolate Martini $13
Five Farms Irish Cream, Tito's Handmade Vodka, Dark Creme de Cacao, Chambord, Half & Half
Harvey’s Hot Buttered Rum $11
Harvey’s Butter Rum Batter, Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Cinnamon Stick
Nutty Irishman $11
Five Farms Irish Cream, Frangelico Hazelnut Liqueur, Dillanos Brewed Coffee, Whip Cream
B-52 & Coffee $12
Kahlúa, Five Farms Irish Cream, Grand Marnier, Dillanos Brewed Coffee, Whip Cream
Five Farms Irish Cream & Coffee $10
Five Farms Irish Cream, Dillanos Brewed Coffee, Whip Cream
Keoke Coffee $12
Kahlúa, Dark Creme de Cacao, Whip Cream
Na Leo Full Bio
History of Na Leo
3 high school friends Nalani Jenkins, Lehua Kalima and Angela Morales won Hawaii's biggest high school talent contest, Brown Bags to Stardom, in 1984. Their winning song, an original entitled "Local Boys", hit radio by storm, launched Na Leo's career, and remains the #1 selling single in Hawaii history.
- 23 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards (Hawaii's Grammy) including Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Group of the Year .....
- Hit Songs: Local Boys, North Shore Serenade, Flying with Angels, I Miss You My Hawaii, Poetry Man, Rest of Your Life, You Don't Remember, Just My Imagination, Saving Forever, and more ..... (see our songs on iTunes or Amazon)
- Signed to Sony Japan in 1996
Our name, Na Leo Pilimehana, was given to us by Holoʻua Stender, our music and hula teacher at the Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu in 1983. In Hawaii it means "The Voices Blending In Warmth". Holoʻua recognized something within us that even we didn't really see yet. Later, overtime, it was shortened to "Na Leo" simply meaning "The Voices". Hawaiian people believe that your child will become whatever you name it, and it's our belief that the naming of our group was defining moment in our career. Our style was then, and always will be, one of soothing, melodic voices-harmonizing and uniting in warmth.
Beautiful Day Released May 2018
It was 34 years ago that the world was introduced to the harmony of three high school friends singing on stage at the Brown Bags to Stardom talent contest at the Waikiki Shell. It was that performance that started it all for Na Leo Pilimehana and changed the direction of contemporary music in Hawai`i. With their original song “Local Boys,” Na Leo Pilimehana won the talent competition and put themselves on the map as musicians. To this day, “Local Boys” remains the #1 selling single in Hawai`i’s history. That was only the beginning. Today they have over 23 CDs, more than 20 #1 hits with two of them hitting the top 25 national charts. Na Leo Pilimehana is the largest selling Hawaiian female music group in the world.
It’s been seven years since the three friends, who now go by the name “Na Leo,” recorded together. Each took the time to explore new adventures in their lives. Lehua Kalima continued with a variety of collaborations and recordings. Angela Morales works at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa. She takes care of the Character & Resort Performers as well as schedules all Hawaiian Entertainment for the Olelo Room and ‘Ama’ama Restaurant. Nalani Jenkins continues to manage Na Leo’s record label while also starting several other companies including her recent venture 721, LLC, a community engagement company. Although their life paths took them in different directions, they knew they would one day reconnect in the studio.
“We have wanted to do a new CD for a few years, and finally the timing was right. Our fans have been asking for new Na Leo originals and we all got in the mood to write music.” said Jenkins. “And once we got into the studio, it all started to gel. This was our first time working with Dave T. as producer. The flow was natural and easy. I’d call it - Hawaiian Pop. It’s new, but still very much ‘us’, which made us all really happy.” stated Jenkins. That is just what they did. “We were a little nervous about how it would be after seven years. Once we were in the studio, it was as if we never left.”
Beautiful Day includes 4 original songs (including the title track), a Bee Gees cover, and an acoustic rendition of Burt Bacharach’s “What the World Needs Now” featuring Jake Shimabukuro on ukulele and Na Leo on vocals. This new Na Leo album is a timely collection of inspiring and uplifting songs aimed to bring joy and empower listeners, coupled with a few romantic ballads to soothe the soul. Beautiful Day is filled with thoughtful arrangements, new compositions and the incomparable, iconic harmonies that the world has come to know and love from those three young friends who graced the Waikiki Shell stage 34 years ago.