Dine-Out with Jake Garvin at
3392 Waialae Ave. (at 8th Ave.), Honolulu
Street Parking Only
The Vegan Menu: Olena Marinated Tofu, Sprouted Rice & Quinoa; Local Veg House Pickle; Braised Kabocha, Greens & Wakame; Okinawan Sweet Potato Croquette; Miso Roasted Eggplant.
All menu items are gluten free
Advanced reservations and payment are required.
To RSVP and pay, call (808) 469-1991.
$20.90 (all inclusive). Advance cash or credit card payments may also be made in person at the cafe.
All Dine-Out proceeds go to meal providers, not to VSH.
J "Jake" Garvin has a Bachelor or Arts degree (1986) in psychology including biopsychology in the biology and chemistry of the human brain, from Cornell University. He is a member of MENSA (in the top 2 percent of population in IQ). At Cornell, he worked in the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the renowned Lipid Laboratory of Donald B. Zilversmit. He co-authored "Fractal curves and complexity" (1987), published in the peer-reviewed journal "Perception & Psychophysics," which is now used in modeling angiogenesis and tumor growth in cancer research. After graduation he worked as a computer consultant at NEC in Tokyo, and currently is a science and technology consultant in Honolulu. He started running the Honolulu Marathon in 2012 carrying an immense log of nearly 100 lbs., and has run every year since carrying a log, barbell, or cement blocks, to raise awareness that meat is linked to cancer, and to prove that vegans can not only have endurance, but great strength and muscle mass, too.