Brace yourselves Hawaii, Bruno is back in town!

While the Hawaii born and raised star is packing the house at  Aloha Stadium, surrounding businesses are banking on Mars to help them too. 

The Stadium Camellia Restaurant rings in customers on normal days and nights.

But Thursday is one of the big ones. Workers say they've been getting ready for awhile. 

"Like six months ahead, and we were like, aaaah, ok," Shawn Dulatre, said. 

You can still walk-in to take advantage of the all you can eat buffet. But your chances sitting down may be on hold because reservations were made months in advance for that concert across the street.

Across the way at Restaurant 604, manager Rickey Bailey says he's bringing in reinforcements. 

"We're ready, and we talk to all of our staff and we staff-up. We pretty much get ready for war," Bailey said.

At one point, the restaurant maxed out on reservations after getting so many calls. 

"To save the stress for people, our list is closed if you're calling 604 to try and get in on it," Bailey said. 

Walking-in is a gamble too but with room to set up seats downstairs, it may be the better bet. 

"We are gonna have 15 to 20 extra tables than what we usually have," Bailey said. 

With a shuttle serving customers from the restaurant to the stadium until 7 p.m., Bailey believes parking might be the biggest problem.