Swirling dancers, swaying hula, flickering torches and melodious chants are just some of the lures of a traditional luau, which is about much more than just the food. Luau Kalamaku, on the Kilohana Plantation, ups the drama by adding “E Pulama no I ka Anoano,” a production about a family’s voyage from Tahiti to Hawaii complete with drum beaters and fire eaters. With young kids, arrive early to ride the Plantation Train. The buffet dinner has lots of choices so even picky eaters should be able to find something they like. Visit their web site to purchase tickets.