Dinner at the “Musiquarium”…

One great option for dinner on the Big Island is the Blue Dragon for “Coastal Cuisine and Musiquarium”. Okay, it may not look like a hot spot at first glance, but this is most definitely the place to be on the Kona coast if you are between the ages of 3 and 93. Live music every night and everyone dances – except us, of course. Dubbed a “musiquarium” because of the open roof, most of the food served is grown or raised on the owners’ nearby farm and the fish is caught in the nearby harbor.

Bodywork by day, restaurant and nightclub by night - note that there is no roof!

We loved the Blue Dragon!

Hannah and Daniel at the Blue Dragon

The kids had a great time on their “swim with the dolphins” trip today; they chilled out at the pool afterwards.

Mauna Kea pool is not what they term a “fantasy” pool, but never seems crowded and has an amazing view of the ocean beyond.

We’re hearing of frigid weather across the country – is it possible there is actually snow in Florida? Sending warm thoughts everyone’s way…

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Empty nester searching for meaning of life through the occasional chicken epiphany.
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4 Responses to Dinner at the “Musiquarium”…

  1. Jean Gutsche says:

    It is crazy weather in Florida! We have spent the last three days in front of the fire. Last night was in the twenties. Global warming? Neat you guys could slip away before “real life” begins again!

  2. pollo amiga says:

    it’s looking pretty perfect…birds, cats and poultry friends to boot.

  3. Katherine Gunther says:

    I’m sorry – I can’t get past “musiquarium.” I keep trying, but I just can’t.

  4. tina says:

    a restaurant with no roof? hard for me to even imagine because … it was 12 degrees here today!!!

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