The Kona Inn in Kailua-Kona has the atmosphere of an "old boys club" from the 20s or 30s - one imagines Traders, Ship's Captains and Captains of Industry here with brandy and cigars. There's no smoking now of course, but the ceiling fans still operate on pulleys, dating back to the 1930s. It's off Ali'i Drive in the downtown shopping area, and fronts the Ocean with indoor/outdoor seating with great views of the sunset and a very traditional looking grass lawn. There are booths and tables - some with high-back wicker chairs. Informal dress was permissible but feels "fancy" and is pricey - around $100 or more for a couple. Traditional faire - fresh seafood, expertly prepared; steaks, prime rib. We had the macadamia mahi mahi and the baked monchong. Good service. Reservations probably a good idea though we were seated promptly without one.