D’lish at the Beach is yummy, fun, family-friendly and affordable! 

If you haven’t tried it yet, why not? 

D’lish at the Beach has a fun, family atmosphere for beach-loving customers. On the other hand, you may be the kind of person who likes to sit and listen to live music while staring at multiple vibrant rainbows and beautiful ocean waves drinking a Mai Tai. Either way, your desires are realized at D'lish at the Beach. 

 

The view is incredible!

 

The food is affordable ($8-$12) and freshly made every day with an exquisite ingredient selection and menu that tempts any palette.  

There are soft pork tacos that are succulent and juicy, with a vegetarian taco option, both served with homemade guacamole. Yum! 

A favorite of the locals is the Variety Cheeseboard with grapes and nuts and whole grain wheat toast. They pair it with different types of wine or even non-alcoholic strawberry lemonade.

For a different flavor, they have chicken satay skewers with a creamy peanut sauce. When it comes to the Aussie burgers, in a word, fabulous, enough said!  

The restaurant D’lish at the Beach is a must-see kind of beach bar you love to have close! Check it out! 

 

The live music is fantastic every week with a different artist to entertain you.

 

This Past Sunday’s “Arvo Session” set performed by Nightbloom provided a wide variety of genres with flamenco, pop, oldies, 90's nostalgia, and some original island-style songs, drawing crowds from the beach who wanted to hear more of their engaging style close up. 

The audience enjoyed the classic rock throwbacks. The vocals by Marlene "Da Momma" were on point and sung with soul and passion, and the audience loved the fiery flamenco and instrumental gypsy dueling by Jazzy Jazz (Guitar) and Windy Weather (Violin).

 

The ladies of Nightbloom are a sight to behold in a live performance. They are wild, enchanting, beautiful, and you never know what they are going to play next! Nightbloom's repertoire blends multiple genres, so a desperate, bluesy "Somebody Help Me" may follow a rambunctious Spanish flamenco piece "Rebelde," which always gets the crowd riled up.  

Did I mention the beautiful Hawaiian Sunset?

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