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"Kealoha. It even has a cell number," said Wong, looking at the back of a wooden piece of art of circling Koi fish.
"He was an innovator and a philosopher. He just loved doing it," said Wong of her father Andy.
Andy's Drive-In opened in Kailua in 1957.
It was the first one on the Windward side.
It would be one of many firsts said Wong. Her father Andy died of cancer at the age of 57 in 1985.
"He was the first in the islands to serve a pizza, San Francisco sourdough bread, real Vienna sausage from Chicago, Coquille St. Jaques, even the first to serve pasta," Lori rambled on, looking at a pile of old menus.
"He was the first to do cajun creole food in Hawaii," she said.
"He couldn't do the same thing twice."
"Wah-pow! You like fishmonger's oyster bar? It's cool brah! I'm happy as a clam," chirped claymation oysters in a 1988 The Fishmonger's Wife commercial.