HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - If you love the vintage arcade classic Pac-Man, you'll love a new pop-up cafe in Honolulu.
Award-winning cafe Bread & Butter has partnered with a mega Japanese gaming company to open the first Pac-Store Hawaii gaming cafe.
The retro pop-up is Pac-Man themed from decor to the menu, and it's the first of it's kind in the United States.
"Hawaii, a globally renowned iconic brand loves nostalgia and we are excited for our customers to experience this unique pop-up restaurant, " aid restaurateur, Hide Sakurai of Diamond Dining said.
The menu includes Pac-Man pancakes, pizza, burgers, loco-mocos, garlic shrimp and even Pac-Man themed desserts like cheesecake, velvet cake and frozen drinks.
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"PACSTORE has partnered with Bread + Butter for a collaboration with Bandai Namco Entertainment to give the classic Pac-Man character a more modern feel, aimed at the younger generation while celebrating loyalist of the original game," Kai Tanaka of Bandai Namco Entertainment said.
The cafe also sells Pac-Man related clothing and accessories.
"We want to create an experience where our food and apparel can be appreciated in Hawaii, as a leader in trends," Tanaka added.
The store is located at 1585 Kapiolani Blvd. Daily hours vary.
The special cafe held a grand opening ceremony on Tuesday and will remain open for a limited time.