NOBU WAIKIKI PARTNERS WITH UNICEF TAP PROGRAM
FOR WORLD WATER WEEK MARCH 19 – 25, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HONOLULU, HI (March 19, 2012) — Nobu Waikiki, together with Nobu International’s 23 restaurants is a proud partner of UNICEF’s Tap Program (http://www.tapproject.org/). During World Water Week, March 19-25, all global Nobu locations will offer patrons a chance to participate by charging $1 per customer for their first glass of tap water. 100% of the proceeds will go to UNICEF to help children impacted by the world water crisis and UNICEF’s water, sanitation and hygiene programs.
Donate $1 today at Nobu Waikiki or online and help UNICEF put an end to the preventable deaths of children due to a lack of clean water. For more information on this global initiative please visit http://www.tapproject.org/.
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Nobu Waikiki Hours of Operation:
• Sunday - Thursday: 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
• Friday and Saturday: 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
• The Lounge at Nobu is open nightly from 5:00 p.m. – midnight and features the exclusive $10 Nobu tapas.
• Reservations are available at (808) 237-6999 or www.opentable.com.
• Follow Nobu Waikiki happenings on Twitter at https://twitter.com/#!/NobuWaikiki or Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Honolulu-HI/Nobu-Waikiki/117484008280126
• Official website: http://www.noburestaurants.com/waikiki/experience/introduction/
• An 18% gratuity will be added for parties of 5 or more.
About Nobu International
Nobu, the world’s most recognized Japanese restaurant known for its innovative new style Japanese cuisine, started as a business partnership in 1994 between chef Nobu Matsuhisa and his partners actor Robert De Niro, producer Meir Teper, and managing partner Richie Notar. With the original restaurant in New York, the Nobu brand is now an empire that spans across the globe, from London to Tokyo, Las Vegas to Malibu, Milan to Miami Beach, Dallas to Paradise Island, The Bahamas, Hong Kong to Waikiki, and Melbourne to San Diego, with the most recent opening being Nobu Beijing. Nobu restaurants, all a visual and culinary delight, continue to win unprecedented praise and rave reviews from such publications as the New York Times, the Zagat Surveys, and the Michelin Guides. The restaurants' perennial popularity and devoted following are a tribute to Nobu putting his own spin on traditional Japanese cooking. For additional information, visit www.noburestaurants.com.