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Archive for October, 2016

October 30, 2016

Harbor Restaurant At Pier 38

A CLOSER LOOK AT THIS WEEK’S HOUSE SPECIAL: Seafood Paella ($30) Pier 38 off Nimitz Highway offers a plethora of good eats, specifically of the seafood variety, with well-noted restaurants such as Nico’s Pier 38 and Uncle’s Fish Market & Grill serving up fresh ocean dishes in a lively environment. With an abundance of local…

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October 30, 2016

Meal For A Steal

Canton Seafood Restaurant stands at the corner of Keeaumoku and Liona streets as a beacon for delicious Chinese food in the Honolulu area. Not only does the establishment serve up Cantonese-style cuisine, but it dabbles in Mandarinand Sichuan-style cooking, too. The eatery uses only quality meats and fresh vegetables in its dishes, and recently has…

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October 30, 2016

Delicious specials for students, hikers

If you’ve ever hiked into Manoa Valley, you probably remember passing Treetops Restaurant in Paradise Park. Nestled high above the trees, Treetops is found on the top floor of the two-story building there and offers one of the most unique dining experiences on Oahu, where you can enjoy a delicious local-style buffet ($18) with lush…

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October 30, 2016

A ‘Home, Sweet Home’ for Foodies

With a seemingly endless supply of broths, sides and sauces, Sweet Home Cafe is the ideal hot-pot dining destination to enjoy great flavor combinations around the table with friends and family. The Taiwanese-style hot-pot restaurant opened its doors in 2008 and still resides in Moiliili on South King Street, across from Old Stadium Park. Sweet…

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October 30, 2016

Local Eatery Hits The Spot

The restaurant business is a notoriously difficult one with a high turnover rate. But Sekiya’s Restaurant & Delicatessen has been around since 1935 and has attracted generations of families. “All of our sauces and stocks are made from Sekiya’s family recipes, creating the same flavors generation after generation,” says general manager Faye Hara. “This hits…

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Add Chinese flair to Thanksgiving dinner

As Ala Moana Center continues to expand, the captivating grand entrance to Jade Dynasty Seafood Restaurant remains the same. The Chinese cuisine, however, is constantly evolving as the staff and chefs strive to keep customers coming back for more. This Thanksgiving, allow Jade Dynasty to do all of the hard work for you. Gather friends…

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October 30, 2016

All Aboard For A New Dining Experience

Those who have been anxiously awaiting news on Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki’s ongoing renovation, which includes revamping its dining offerings, will be excited to hear that the hotel is just weeks away from opening its new restaurant space, 100 Sails, on Nov. 21. The unveiling of the brand-new dining venue, located in the former Prince…

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October 28, 2016

Wolfgang’s pleasant surprise

During weekend brunch, many customers come to Wolfgang’s Steakhouse to enjoy its famous steak and eggs or Benedict. And though you wouldn’t expect it from the traditional New York-style steak house, customers also can indulge in Japanese cuisine — and healthier breakfast fare — with Japanese Choshoku Breakfast ($14.95). “This is offered during our weekend…

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October 28, 2016

Life Of The Party

Hawaii’s unique culture is known for its abundance of family painas, or parties, which are full of delicious food, music and loved ones — especially during the holiday season. With the most festive time of year right around the corner, look no further than L&L Hawaiian Barbecue to cater your holiday gatherings. Known for its…

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October 28, 2016 ,

Are You A True Chocoholic?

In the delightful world of desserts, there are those who like a sugary treat every once in a while, those who have a major sweet tooth and then a whole separate category reserved for the most ferocious dessert seekers of them all — chocoholics. If you are not crazy about chocolate, chances are you know…

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