Designed by local designer Jill Stevens with Dust & Co., Da Kikokiko embodies vintage island vibes with contemporary touches and an overall color palette reminiscent of Pacific Ocean hues like ivory, clover, turquoise, and Prussian blue. Rain forest-based plants welcome guests, across from a mid-century concrete wall with an art installation design that separates the front of the restaurant from the dining area. A well-organized “puzzle” of handmade Fire Clay tiles wrap around the ordering counter, with an adjacent residential-style kitchen clad in white wood. The home-like feeling of the kitchen continues between the outdoor-inspired dining area that seats 30, featuring a pitched oak-paneled ceiling that embodies the exterior roof of a mid-century Hawaiian home. Tropical Elk Horn ferns line the high oak-paneled walls, while custom walnut and oak communal tables suspend from the wall, with bench seating and a custom cushion design showcasing a modern take on the Hawaiian textile art, Kapa.