Brick Oven Pizza opens at Ward Village

Brick Oven Pizza joins an eclectic mix of over 40 restaurants and eateries at South Shore Market at Ward Village®. This Kaua’i-based restaurant is celebrating 40 years of business in the islands.

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Voted “Best Pizza on Kaua’i” for eight consecutive years and counting, Brick Oven Pizza offers the highest-quality hearth-baked pizzas using Hawai’i’s finest and freshest locally-sourced ingredients. Located on the second floor of South Shore Market, Brick Oven Pizza is a family-style dining destination that not only welcomes all pizza and food lovers, but also caters to sports enthusiasts with a full bar and televisions broadcasting live sporting events.

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Todd Apo, Vice President of Community Development at Ward Village, says, “Our goal is to create a community that reflects the best of urban and island living. We are pleased to continue honoring our heritage of supporting local business at Ward Village, while cultivating an exciting mix of shopping, dining and lifestyle amenities for our residents and guests.”

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From its celebrated made-to-order pizzas, now with gluten-free and vegan options, to pastas, soups, salads, sandwiches, seasonal oysters, and a full bar menu, Brick Oven Pizza is cooking up a full menu of island favorites. Guests should save room for delectable dessert options, including Brick Oven’s Creamy Snickers Pizza, Apple Cinnamon Pizza, and the rich coffee and fudge decadence of Aloha Ice Cream Pie.

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The bar beverage list consists of a variety of wine, beer and specialty cocktails, including the restaurant’s signature Brick Oven Mai Tai and island-inspired Strawdiction featuring local strawberries, house-made fresh lime sour and a li hing mui rim.

“Ward Village is the place to be for shopping and dining, and as the go-to local pizza place, we knew that this was the perfect contemporary, urban location for our newest restaurant,” says Cory Aguano, co-owner of Brick Oven Pizza. “We are excited to be a part of a community creating vibrant progress in Honolulu and supporting local businesses.”

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The restaurant features a modern interior displaying black and white photos of the original Kalaheo, Kaua’i location and gladly accommodates large parties. Hours of operation vary and can be found at, with daily lunch specials and happy hour from 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and late night from 10 p.m.-12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

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