Volcano House Celebrates New Executive Chef With Food and Beverage Credit

jason johnsonHawaii Volcanoes Lodge Company, a partnership that unites Ortega National Parks and Aqua Hospitality, appointed Executive Chef Jason Johnson to manage culinary activities at The Rim restaurant at Volcano House.

"Chef Jason provides leadership to the kitchen team and ensures the finest dining experiences at our new 150-seat restaurant," said Rudy Fao, general manager of Volcano House.  "With our new Room and Dining Credit package, now is the best time for visitors to experience Chef's expertise as well as the renovated guest rooms and restored, historic Volcano House."
Johnson was born and raised in Hilo and comes to Volcano House after honing his culinary skills at Uncle Billy's Hilo, Roy's Waikoloa, Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and operating his own Hilo restaurant. 
For stays through December 19, a $50 food and beverage credit is available to guests booking a minimum two-night stay.  At check-in, qualifying guests receive a gift card loaded with one $50 dining credit per room, per two-night stay. (A $100 dining credit gift card is presented to guests booking four nights, etc.) The gift card is valid at The Rim restaurant and Uncle George's Lounge and expires upon guest's check-out.

Clients can take in views of Halemaumau Crater while enjoying breakfast and dinner at The Rim restaurant or while having a light lunch or pupus from the all-day menu or sipping cocktails at Uncle George's Lounge. 
The Room and Dining Credit package is subject to availability and cannot be combined with any other special.  It is valid on new bookings only and commissionable to agents.
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