A: When the sun goes down, Kailua-Kona heats up. With live Hawaiian music flooding the streets and plenty of bars and lounges around, there is undoubtedly entertainment and fun had by all. Although a bit quieter than some of the other islands, Kona is the central place for nightlife. Check out Kona Brewing Co. and Humpy's Big Island Ale House for some late night dancing, or Laverne's Sports Bar at Coconut Grove Marketplace for a happening happy hour. Just inside the Royal Kona Resort, eat drink and be merry at our Voyagers of the Pacific Luau, guaranteed to make you want to shake it, as it features an all-you-can-eat Hawaiian buffet and all you can drink Mai Tai's and cocktails.