Our Menu

Enjoy our ever-changing menu of natural wines, beers, cocktails, and more (flights also available).

Sunday Flights

Sundays are fun days! Exclusive flights take wing and beer options expand.

Live Music

Local artists Thursdays and Fridays, as well as select Saturdays and Sundays. See our schedule of performers below.

Wine Education

Can't get enough of natural wine? How about craft chocolate? Book our 1.5 hour wine and chocolate pairing class or our NEW hour-long "Sip & Pair" experience.

Address

333 Uluniu St. Kailua, O'ahu, HI

Hours

Wed - Sat: 5-9pm
[Pau Hana 5-6:30pm]
Sunday: 10am-5pm

Phone Number

(808) 263-6292

@ManoaWineBar

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Weekly wine events

  • Natural Wine & Chocolate Pairing Class  

    Natural Wine & Chocolate Pairing Class

    WEDNESDAY 6:30-8pm | $60 X PERSON

    Designed for wine enthusiasts and those interested in learning extensively about the natural wine movement, this 1.5 hour course hosted by Mānoa Wine Bar Manager Kaylie Ward invites guests to develop their ʻike (knowledge) of natural wine and craft chocolate pairing.

    Four (4) tasting pours (3oz/each) of wines from both on and off our usual Wine Bar menu accompany four (4) chocolates from our collection, specifically selected to enhance one another. A mini charcuterie plate is also provided to each guest.

    Book on Fareharbor.com
  • "SIP & PAIR" WINE AND CHOCOLATE EXPERIENCE  

    "SIP & PAIR" WINE AND CHOCOLATE EXPERIENCE

    THURSDAY-SATURDAY 5:30-6:30pm | $35 X PERSON

    Looking for a different kind of wine and chocolate experience - lighter on the lesson, but just as satisfying for the palate? Join us for "Sip & Pair," a mini version of our Natural Wine & Chocolate Pairing Class that is perfect for a great date night or friends' outing.

    Guests will sample three (3) tasting pours (2oz/each) from both on and off our usual Wine Bar menu, accompanied by three (3) chocolates from our collection, all specifically selected to enhance one another.

    Book on Fareharbor.com

LIVE MUSIC

  • Sierra Lucia

    Sierra Lucia

    THURSDAYS | 6:30-8:30pm
    (AWAY 2/22)

    Sierra Lucia is a Hawaiʻi-based artist that describes her style as “a gentle mix of Soul, R&B and a little sprinkle of indie rock,” inspired by artists like Sabrina Claudio, BANKS, Lauryn Hill, Kings of Leon, RY X andrum.gold. Instagram: @sierraxlucia

  • Ryan Perez

    Ryan Perez

    SATURDAYS | 6:30-8:30pm
    (AWAY 2/17)
    FRIDAY 2/16 | 6:30-8:30pm

    Raised between North Carolina and Hawaiʻi, Ryan is currently a part of the Henry Kapono Foundation’s Artist on the Rise program and is a proud veteran of our United States armed forces. Audiences are drawn to the positive energy and healing message in his conscious Reggae, Soul, and R&B musical style.

  • Kaʻena

    Kaʻena

    SATURDAY 2/17 | 6:30-8:30pm

    Grammy Award nominated female vocalist with legendary jazz group Hiroshima Yvette Nii and Nā Hoku Hanohano Award winner and founder of the group Maunalua Bobby Moderow Jr. Together, they're Kaʻena.

  • Gabriel Miller

    Gabriel Miller

    FRIDAY 2/9 | 6:30-8:30pm

    Gabriel Miller is a Hawaiian singer-songwriter from Mililani on the island of O’ahu. His style is a sweet and soulful mixture of James Bay and Matt Corby. His guitarist influences are John Mayer, Norman Brown, and Gary Clark Jr just to name a few. Even though R&B Soul is his go-to genre. He has a variety of styles from “Fast Car” by Tracy Chapman to “In Case You Didn’t Know” by Brett Young.

  • MAYA KIKUCHI

    MAYA KIKUCHI

    SUNDAY 2/11, 2/25 | 3-5pm

    Maya Kikuchi is a singer, musician, and writer. She recently returned to her hometown of Kailua after living in Brooklyn, New York, where she wrote and recorded two albums with her band, Neko Ka. She draws from various influences--the storytelling of folk music, the driving heart of indie rock, the lyricism and melodic complexities of musical theater. Links to her music and other work can be found here.

  • Rebecca James

    Rebecca James

    FRIDAY 2/23 | 6:30-8:30pm

    Born and raised on the Island of Oʻahu, Rebecca James grew up with a passion for music. She taught herself how to play guitar at a young age, which led her to begin performing in 2016. Her acoustic style is influenced by artists like Phoebe Bridgers, Lennon Stella, and Norah Jones.  Instagram: @rebeccajamesmusic

  • Zaysha

    Zaysha

    THURSDAY 2/22 | 6:30-8:30pm

    Hailing from the Big Island of Hawai’i, Zaysha moved to O’ahu to pursue her love of music. With her smooth tone and rhythmic guitar playing she plays all the hits from pop, to rock and rnb.

  • Puahone DeSilva

    Puahone DeSilva

    SATURDAY 3/2 | 6:30-8:30pm

    In addition to being one of Mānoa's premier chocolate sommeliers, Puahone is a guitarist and singer who plays everything from Hawaiian classics to modern pop. From Waimānalo, O’ahu, she is inspired by a variety of artists spanning genres, decades, and ʻōlelo (languages).

"AN OUTSTANDING SELECTION OF wine, BEER, CIDER, AND MORE."

As of December 2022, Mānoa Chocolate Wine Bar is open to the public. Sit down and enjoy a glass poured alongside fine chocolate and charcuterie.

Wine has been a passion of ours for years. We found that the more we delved into the world of wine, the more we improved how we make our chocolate and educate our customers. We decided to put these two passions together.

In 2021 we began to make this dream a reality. After a year of pursuing a liquor license, assembling a great team, curating our space, and developing an exciting menu, we are thrilled to offer this experience of wine and chocolate pairings.

Natural wine is a movement quite similar to our approach in bean-to-bar chocolate making. It refers to the production of wine using simple or traditional methods, without additives and produced without the use of pesticides or herbicides. All of the wines on our list meet this criteria. We are working with rare, unique, and delicious natural wines, beers and ciders from around the world. We manage to source a few cases of these beverages at a time, which means our menu is in constant fluctuation. You never know what you might discover any time you come in.

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