L&L Hawaiian BBQ to bring Spirit of Aloha to City of SeaTac this Summer

A new Hawaiian BBQ will be opening in SeaTac this summer – L&L Hawaiian BBQ will aloha its way into the WallyPark building at 18613 International Blvd.

“SeaTac is a great central location that has a large and very supportive Hawaiian community,“ said President and CEO Eddie Flores. “We’ve had wonderful success in Washington State and it is a natural fit to expand our footprint into SeaTac.”

L&L specializes in the Hawaiian plate lunch, a very popular meal style in Hawaii. Each dish includes rice, macaroni salad and a delectable Hawaiian entrée such as BBQ beef, chicken or Kalua pork. The restaurant puts a strong emphasis on creating an authentic Hawaiian experience from sending its own employees to Hawaii for training to playing traditional Hawaiian music. They make sure every guest is greeted with the “aloha” spirit.

SeaTac will be their fifth location in Washington State, with restaurants already in Federal Way, Lakewood, Lynnwood and Renton. L&L has more than 200 locations worldwide.

“The SeaTac community is very ethnically diverse, and that is well represented through the restaurants and amenities that we have here,” said Todd Cutts, city manager. “L&L will be a great addition to the City, making authentic Hawaiian food available to our residents and travelers alike.”

For more information, visit www.hawaiianbarbecue.com.


One Response to “L&L Hawaiian BBQ to bring Spirit of Aloha to City of SeaTac this Summer”
  1. Michael T Kovacs says:

    How about a vegan restaraunt Todd Cutts?