2220 James St.
Mon-Sat 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sun Noon - 9:00 PM
If you’re looking for a place to eat that’s as easy and informal as a day at the beach, try Coconut Kenny’s. Its Hawaiian-themed ambience and laid-back, friendly service make it an ideal place to feed a mini-van full of young beach-combers, or a group of friends who want to sit out of the sun (or in our case, rain) and eat a meal and watch a ballgame. Whatever your crowd, the menu is sure to please it.
Hot wings, nachos, cheese balls with a marinara dipping sauce, Hawaiian-themed, thick-crust pizzas and a variety of beers on tap -- you’ll find all this on the menu at Coconut Kenny’s. But if you ask the regulars to tell you their favorite dish, you will almost always hear, "the Barbeque Killer Pork Sandwich" in reply. It’s a generously sized, pulled-pork sandwich with a tangy barbeque sauce, served on a Hawaiian bread bun, and fans of it are enthusiastic. All the sandwiches on the menu -- 'Da' Boogie Board, (chicken, bacon, mushrooms and cheese) or 'Da' Hang Ten (meatballs, pineapple, green onion and mozzarella cheese) to name just a couple -- are generously sized, so much so that customers have the option of ordering just a half sandwich if they’d prefer.
The beach-shack, casual atmosphere at Coconut Kenny’s makes it unique and is one of the basic elements of its charm. It’s fun to hear kids exclaim at the tiki torches that are lit on nice evenings out in front ("Look mom! Real fire!"), and there’s something inherently relaxing about approaching a rough-planked wooden building with a welcoming front porch. With a slice of Haole (pronounced "how-lee") pizza before you, scattered generously with chunks of pineapple, and a firm resolve not to look out the window, you could almost believe you really are in Hawaii.
About a block south of Trader Joe's and right next to Vis Seafood.
Kid Friendly | Wheelchair Accessible | Beer and Wine | Dinner | Lunch | Smoke-free | Take-Out
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