Sure Kahunaville is an international chain restaurant and night club with exotic locations such as Las Vegas, Tampa, and Seoul, Korea. But what makes the location in Wilmington unique is this is where the Kahunaville idea got started. Yes, the first Kahunaville in the world opened along Wilmington's Riverfront in 1993 in this very warehouse.
Kahunaville is a huge restaurant with a separate game area, a bar with a small stage, and a huge adjoining area for bigger concerts. We arrived late, so we skipped dinner, and went straight to the bar. That night they had a live comedy act (Arty from the Howard Stern Show) on the big stage. After that ended the place filled up and was packed throughout the night. Around 10 or 11pm, there was a live band playing at the small stage by the bar.
My next visit featured a live band on the huge outdoor deck, and my last visit the outdoor concert was rained on, so it was moved indoors.
So you make your way down to the river walk by the water front. yea, there are some sweet things to do like walk the board walk and hit up some stores, but the real fun starts at night.
there is the "iron side brewery"
it is a two level brewery with an out door patio for dinning. they had great micro brews.
next you have "eat at joes" we skipped this place so not sure what thats all about, but looked similar to like a bubba gumps resurant.
finally there was kauhunaville (may not be spelled correct) this place has a game room, concert room, huge patio with outside bar, dinning room, and secret club in the back called red room.
it cost 8 dollars to get in but we sneaked in. at first we were woried no one wold come. next thing i know the place was jammed up.
give it a go.
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Dress Code: none, just don't go naked.
Food is notoriously bad, snack and drinks are all I would suggest here. Good place to kill time playing video games while you wait to eat at Joe's Crab Shack next door!
Check the concert schedule on their web site if you plan to be in town. Sometimes we get lucky, and you have heard of the act.
Dress Code: The simplest of requirements. Shorts, jeans, what ever makes you happy.
This bar attracts 20- and 30-something men who dress like lumberjacks, and women who dress for disco. (Plus the odd 40-something neighborhood regular.) Don't be fooled--they're all bankers and businesspeople, cutting loose to loud, sometimes good, music. Try the Logan House Lager, or Delaware's own Dogfish Head Beer.
Dress Code: You name it.