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House Without a Key Restaurant Review: Doors are never locked at House Without a Key, Halekulani's casual open-air eatery. With gentle tradewinds blowing and the lilting sound of live Hawaiian music playing, it’s easy to linger here while having a meal. The food has evolved into more bistro-esque fare, offering such entrées as steak au poivre, sage-roasted chicken and organic spaghetti by night, and French press sandwiches, Mediterranean pita pockets and chicken curry by day. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, chefs fire up the kiawe-wood-burning grill and put on a beachfront barbecue, preparing ti-leaf-wrapped hapu‘upu‘u (grouper), baby-back ribs and a surf ‘n’ turf burger. The drinks are substantial and come with a basket of homemade potato chips. And if you’re lucky enough, you might just catch former Miss Hawaiis Kanoe Miller and Debbie Nakanelua dance the hula with the sun setting into the Pacific behind them.