IAH/EWR-HNL is a BF service, the service and amenities are consistent with what one would find on a similarly-timed flight to Europe, with the absence of the Executive Meal Option. Entrees are pre-plated, and served in 5 courses. A meal like what we serve domestically (all-in-one tray service) is offered prior to arrival.
I'm not sure what we offer on LAX-HNL, but due to the time of the flight, I would imagine a single-tray "lights out" service consisting of several dinner choices with standard appetizers, fruit, and a piece of cake for dessert. I'm not sure if that particular flight is considered BF or not; my guess is no.
Several years ago, we configured some DC-10s to a 282-seat (28/254) specifically for Hawaii operations. Since the introduction of BusinessFirst, we have operated it on our HNL services, and have taken a great deal of pride in offering the finest premium cabin service available to the Islands, bar none. When we switched to 767s on Hawaii routes, we lost 54 coach seats that, on most occasions, would push as a revenue-earning seat. In other words, our flights operate full, especially in back, and the loss of 54 seats on each flight was not working in our favor. So, we reduced the number of BF seats to the average number that we sell to Hawaii, and replaced them with 35 Coach seats in order to close the gap. Unfortunately, that move essentially killed any chance of a OnePass upgrade on an aircraft in this configuration.
By the way, at this point only LAX-HNL are in the new Pacific configuration, I think IAH will get it on the second daily coming this winter. EWR-HNL will not get it as the addition of 20 passengers adds a lot of weight, and considering the flight is slightly weight-restricted to begin with, it would not be such a good idea to add that many passengers and their associated belongings on to such a long flight, since their ride comes at the expense of valuable cargo capacity.