The former Sundance Kitchen now has a new replacement: Pa'ina (1865 Post Street). The name means "get together" in Hawaiian, and as Eater reports, it's the project of first-time restaurateur Samantha Cheng, a recent USF grad. The menu's got a bunch of cheeky dish names on it, like "Oompa Lumpia" and "Can't Make My Mind Up Platter," and it features a lot of the grilled, fried, and trashy stuff that people associate with Hawaiian cuisine, like Spam musubi. See the full food menu below, and you should know that there's a cocktail list too, including goblets for two ($18) like the Blue Hawaii Wipeout (Malibu, blue curacao, sour mix, and pineapple juice). Also, expect reggae music.
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Pa'ina - 1865 Post Street, between Webster and Fillmore - 415-829-2642