Kona is fortunate to have an abundance of great dining and drinking options. Between star chefs and myriad local farms, the Kona restaurant scene is becoming a destination for foodies. Food writers are praising the chefs in Kona for their ability to turn the local bounty into inspired creations, all while respecting the Big Island’s cultural heritage. Celebrity Chefs are highlighting Kona restaurants and praising them on television shows such as Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. Countless local farms are producing organic products such as mango, avocado, breadfruit, tomatoes, honey, goat cheese, chocolate and coffee. Agri-tourism has turned into a fruitful venture for farmers, as farm tours are becoming wildly popular. Sustainable fishing off of Kona’s coast provides an incredible array of seafood such as Ahi Tuna, Blue Marlin, Mahi Mahi, Ono, Kona Lobster and Tako.