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Island-inspired restaurant Hawaiian Bros expands to O’Fallon

Fast-growing tropical-themed restaurant continues to surf into the greater St. Louis area

Hawaiian Bros, the fresh and quick-rising, island-inspired restaurant brand, officially brought the island vibes to O’Fallon, Ill., on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Following its grand opening, the O’Fallon-Shiloh Chamber of Commerce presented a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 3, at the new O’Fallon location, 1630 W Highway 50.

The new store, just outside of St. Louis, offers a fresh and savory style of quick dining to the communities.

Hawaiian Bros is known for its Hawaiian-inspired plate lunch, which offers a variety of juicy chicken or pork glazed with sweet, savory or spicy sauces; creamy macaroni salad, a bed of fluffy steamed white rice or vegetables; and for dessert, a velvety tropical Dole Soft Serve®. Never relying on freezers or microwaves, the simple menu is prepared with the highest quality, freshest ingredients – unlike any fast-casual restaurant in the area.

“We’re excited to continue our growth into the eastern part of the nation with our opening in O’Fallon and the greater St. Louis area,” said Cameron McNie, Co-CEO and co-founder of Hawaiian Bros. “We recently hosted a grand opening in Edwardsville and have many more locations scheduled for opening in the coming months, which has been a true testament to the passion and loyalty our guests have about Hawaiian Bros.”

Hawaiian Bros kicked off the festivities to celebrate the grand opening by giving away free t-shirts and gift cards ranging from $25 to $500 to the first 100 guests dining in or carrying out. In addition to free gifts, the new location hosted live ukulele performers along with professional hula dancers.

To learn more about Hawaiian Bros and its offerings, visit

About Hawaiian Bros

At Hawaiian Bros, we’re inspired every day to spread the Aloha Spirit. To show kindness and respect, and to treat everyone as ’ohana, like family, in everything we do. Founded on the principles of honor, inclusion and gratitude, we respect the dignity and self-worth of every team member and guest. We value our differences and celebrate our common ground. And we say “thank you” often, emphasizing the positives in our lives every day.

In February 2022, Hawaiian Bros earned the number seven spot on QSR Magazine’s 40/40 List of America’s Hottest Startup Fast Casuals, as the concept tripled its unit count in 2021 with plans to open a total of 25 new locations in 2022. The company was also listed on the 2022 Technomic Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report and highlighted as a “Featured New Entrant.” For more information, visit

Shown cutting the ribbon is Eric Hanegan, general manager, St. Louis Market

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