Transcript for Sara and Keke say aloha to King's Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
Keke and I wanted to take a trip to the warm shores of Hawaii. Without me? But we were too busy. So, we did the next best thing and stopped by the king's hawaiian breakfast bungalow in midtown Manhattan to check out their interactive breakfast restaurant. Take a look. You know one thing I can't take is these New York winters. It's freezing out here. I wish I could transport myself to Hawaii, that would be great. What if I told you king's hawaiiann has the answers to all of this. They're bringing the aloha spirit to New York City for a limited time with their breakfast bungalow. What? Let's go! aloha! So. Oh, my gosh, hi. This is breakfast all day? What's better than that? Oh, my gosh. No one does it better than king's hawaiian. All these ingredients, provolone cheese, bell peppers, crumbled bacon. I'll do the shoestring potatoes, provolone cheese. Shoestring potatoes right on top. Oh, yeah. That looks so good, keke. All right Ms. Sara, talk to me. I have to try this black hawaiian sea salt. Because when in Hawaii -- and if I could do the bacon -- Take a little bite, do a little dance, let me know. Aloha! So relaxing. I love a hammock. Now, the official hawaiian lei, Sara. Do the dance. Don't forget me. I got you. Oh, my god. I love this. Love it. This way. Oh, yeah. Look at that. That's my name, your name -- -- And who's that -- Strahan. I love the view up here, Sara. Keke. Let's walk on the clouds. Never been so close to one in my life. I just bumped into a cloud. Welcome to Hawaii. Aloha! I tell you what, how are two going to do it? Next time bring me a sandwich. It will be cold. I'll eat it cold, I don't care. That bread is amazing it is. Check it out at the king's hawaiian breakfast bungalow in midtown Manhattan. Tickets are available from February 22nd through March 1st and we'll be right
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