Honolulu Academy of Arts. Originally, the site was the home of its founder and wealthy benefactor, Anna Rice Cooke. She came from a wealthy missionary family and married Charles Montague Cooke, himself from another wealthy missionary family. Both settled on O'ahu with their home on the land of the future museum. Cooke began collecting various pieces for their house, but the size of the collection eventually out grew their rooms. The land and some funds were donated, their house demolished, and New York architect Bertram Goodhue was commissioned to construct the new museum. Unfortunately, he died before completing the project, however his Spanish Colonial Revival style is evident in the museum's design and influenced the design of other buildings in Honolulu.
30 galleries of art built around the courtyards in the museum with some visiting exhibits. The galleries showcase selected pieces from over 60,000 items in the museum's collection.
If I was a little earlier, I could've enjoyed the menu, but that will have to wait for another day. Also, the Honolulu Academy of Arts runs the tours to Shangri-La, which is a good tour I'd recommend.