The Honu officially debuts to downtown Dunedin

Kimberly Platt's "lei'd back cafe" has opened in Dunedin with casual Hawaiian-inspired fare.

click to enlarge The Honu serves Hawaiian dishes and more across from Dunedin City Hall. - The Honu via Facebook
The Honu via Facebook
The Honu serves Hawaiian dishes and more across from Dunedin City Hall.


The doors of downtown Dunedin's latest restaurant, The Honu, opened for their first "official" day of business from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday. Chef and owner Kimberly Platt has been working on her "lei'd back cafe" at 516 Grant St. since October.

The Honu's menu is ever-changing, and a variety of options were featured during a multi-day soft opening last week, including a white bean and olive burger, Hawaiian-inspired poke and loco moco, breakfast tacos and a baked fish of the day. Plus, house-made dressings such as honey-orange vinaigrette and ginger pineapple for salads.

While the indoor-outdoor cafe is primarily a lunchtime destination, it plans to offer catering and specialty dinners like luaus in the evening.

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