Harbor Restaurant At Pier 38

Lunch • Dinner • Copper Top Bar

We are pleased to offer live music to complement  your dining experience. These talented musicians appear Thursday through Sunday at the Copper Top Bar. Performing dates and times are tentative. Please call the restaurant for the latest entertainment information.


JOE KINGSTON. A solo musician/vocalist that has been performing in Hawai'i for many years at hotels, bars, lounges, restaurants, conventions, inter-island cruise ships and dinner cruises. He also does tours to Japan and California. Joe plays guitar, ukulele and bass, and enjoys performing various styles of music, including swing, rock, oldies, standards, and Hawaiian. Performing Thursdays and Saturdays 5-8 p.

AJA GAMPLE. Aja is a singer/songwriter and composer of Hawaiian music through Ki Ho'alu (Hawaiian slack key guitar). Born and raised on O'ahu, Aja has been performing professionally since 2016 and has been identified as one of the bright new stars of Hawaiian slack key guitar. She recently released her debut CD, "Hua'i". Performing Fridays 5-8 p.


ESD: EVERY SINGLE DAY. Eclectic. Soothing. Distinctive. From original compositions that evoke visions of driving down the coastline, to interpretations of ballads from yesterday and today, "ESD:Every Single Day" will put a smile on your face and bring back fond memories of good times. Performing every second Sunday of the month 4-6 p.


TAVANA is a one-man band from Honolulu, who uses electronic drum triggers to lay down a variety of grooves with his feet to accompany himself while playing guitar and singing soulful, island-inspired Rock and Blues. Tavana has been the supporting act for Alabama Shakes, Shakey Graves, Xavier Rudd, Jenny Lewis, Julian Marley, and Kaleo to name just a few. Performing most Wednesdays 5-8 p.

EVA SATURN is a Kauai born artist with a passion for singing music with soul, music that moves people and inspires. Musical genres include R&B, jazz, blues, reggae, and pop. Eva found her voice when taking a vocal class at Kauai Community College. She discovered singing was the highest way of expressing herself and she needed to continue. Since then she has moved to the city of Honolulu and has sung in reggae bands, jazz ensembles, and is currently singing with an all-girl trio, as well as performing solo. She has performed for many types of audiences, from small bars to live news broadcasts. Currently, Eva is working on writing and recording her first album, hoping to share new soul music integrating R&B and jazz elements. Some of her greatest influences are Alicia Keys and Amy Winehouse. Performing most Wednesdays and Fridays 5-8p.




1129 N. Nimitz Hwy
Honolulu, HI 96817


Lunch 11 a - 3 p
Huki Pau 2 p - 6 p
Dinner 5 p - 9 p

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