3530 MAIN STREET   OAKLEY, CALIFORNIA  94561    925.626.8177

"Great food fun place service was amazing" - Michele M.

Wow were we impressed. This is the cutest restauraunt and the breakfast was incredible. We will definitely be back. - Barbara O.

Join us for bottomless mimosas with any of our signature flavors; mango, passionfruit, guava, POG, or orange juice. $18 per person with the purchase of an entree. Two-hour time limit. Please drink responsibly.

Its Aloha Friday, no work 'til Monday! We have $3 beers all day from our Kona Brewing Co selections  to Trumer Pils. Looking for something different? No problem! We have our Punahele Sangria at $5.  Pair it with our guest favorite Aloha Tower and it's pau hana time!


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W I N E   D O W N   T H U R S D A Y S

"Let me start with the food was Amazing! I had the Kahuku-Style Garlic Prawns. Simple dish but very flavourful. Others at my table had the Eggs Florentine and Eggs Benedicte which they also very much enjoyed. Our waitress was attentive and friendly and the menu prices are fair. I will definitely return and recommend others go as well." - Jeremy B.

​​ breakfast . lunch . brunch

  Open Weekdays 9am-2:30pm 

closed on Tuesdays & Wednesdays​​​​

Saturday & Sunday 8am - 3pm

Reservations are strongly recommended during weekends


3530 Main Street, DOWNTOWN OAKLEY

A L O H A   F R I D A Y S

"​​Monday bottomless mimosas are terrific" - Nancy B.

Punahele tonnelier

Countdown to the weekend with one of our flights featuring wines from local wineries and vineyards. Start off with a rosé crafted from hand-harvested Mourvedre grapes, and complete your tour with an award-winning petite sirah!

Bonjour et Aloha!

 Located in the beautiful, newly restored historic building on 3530 Main Street, Bistro Punahele Tonnelier sits on the edge of Downtown Oakley. Our unique eatery serves American-fare with both contemporary and traditional French and Hawaiian influences.​ A gathering place for friends, families, and visitors of our community, we welcome you to our table.

"Broke da mouth kine grinds closest I’ll get to the islands" - Joe T.

M I M O S A   M O N D A Y S

Mahalo Nui Loa!