Hula Girl Bar and Grill is closing next week in the Village at Shirlington after nearly four years in business.
The Hawaiian restaurant, which opened at 4044 Campbell Avenue in late 2015, is the creation of chef and owner Mikala Brennan, who first operated Hula Girl as a food truck. Since opening the restaurant Brennan has made occasional appearances on the Food Network.
In an announcement today, Brennan said Hula Girl would be closing after Saturday, Sept. 21.
More from a press release:
Mikala Brennan, Chef/Owner of Hula Girl Bar + Grill announced that the restaurant will be closing its doors on September 21, 2019.
For four years, Hula Girl has been bringing the authentic tastes of the Hawaiian Islands to the DMV from its Shirlington location in the Village at Shirlington at 4044 Campbell Avenue.
“All I really wanted to do was to bring Hawaiian food to this area. And I did, for close to 10 years, from the food truck to restaurant,” Chef Brennan said. “I am just so very proud that I took this chance and I will always be thankful for the opportunity that I was given. Connecting to a community is always so very important – and I thank our community for the support for the past 4 years.”
The restaurant will be offering specials until closing and an ‘eat the restaurant’ event on its last evening with special offers on food and beverage.
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