If you were a kid who grew up in the 80’s then it’s likely that you played some (or a ton of) Pac-Man. Now, you can relieve those Pac-Man memories at the Pac-Store, a Pac-Man pop-up cafe located inside of a transformed Bread & Butter. The retro-themed pop-up was created in partnership with Bandai Namco Entertainment and features many of the Pac-Man characters that have become such a large part of popular culture.
Pac-Man is everywhere…
Here’s what the menu looked like…
Little Dude wanted everything.
Of course, we started with some Pac-Man lattes!
I had the ghost themed Loco-Moco.
We also tried the Pac-Man garlic shrimp.
They were out of the Pac-Man Mac ‘N Cheese so we opted to try the pancakes.
Be sure to ask for some Namco Coins so the you can play a game of Pac-Man on the vintage arcade.
Ready for a heavy dose of Pac-Man nostalgia? Be sure to hurry down to Bread & Butter before the end of May.
Pac-Man was first released in Japan in 1980, and went on to become one of the highest grossing video games of all time, with earnings topping $2.5 billion.
Bread & Butter / Pac-Store Pac-Man Pop-Up
1585 Kapiolani Blvd #110
Honolulu, HI 96814