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Archive for February, 2017

February 26, 2017

Keep The Crowds Coming

From the moment that Café Lani Hawaii opened in January 2016, it drew in the crowds. Lines out the door appeared almost immediately. While that often is the case for new restaurants, Café Lani is now more than a year old and its popularity is as strong as ever. Created by Japan-based company Pierthirty, Café…

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February 26, 2017 ,

Bison’s Got Game

If you leafed through Dining Out last weekend, you may have came across our main story exploring the wonderful world of wagyu beef. Well, as you’ll see in today’s issue, the carnivorous cravings continue with a robust taste of another hot trend in gourmet meat — bison. For those who have never tried bison before,…

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February 26, 2017

TR Fire Grill

A CLOSER LOOK AT THIS WEEK’S HOUSE SPECIAL: WONUTS ($10) If you’ve traveled to Waikiki lately, a few things might look unfamiliar to you. With the exquisite and bustling International Market Place (IMP) now open, as well as various shops and eateries popping up alongside Kalakaua and Kuhio avenues, the once mostly tourist destination now…

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February 26, 2017

Bentos offer best in raw, cooked seafood

With the goal of offering a substantial, quality meal that’s also good for you, Ahi & Vegetable owner Sam Seo takes the necessary steps to make that possible. From venturing to the fish auction each morning to acquire the freshest, top-of-the-line ahi for his restaurant, to cutting everything in-house, there is nothing Seo wouldn’t do…

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February 26, 2017

New Eagle Flies High With Family Favorites

Continuing to serve up local-style comfort food at affordable prices, New Eagle Cafe remains a mainstay among multiple generations of hungry patrons. The popular dining destination is located in Nimitz Center, conveniently situated along Nimitz Highway in the heart of one of Honolulu’s bustling business and industrial districts. Owner Tae Im took over operations four…

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China’s Flavors

Guests are treated like royalty from the minute they walk through Jade Dynasty Seafood Restaurant’s ornate grand entrance. The restaurant is best known for its elegant and authentic Chinese cuisine and has been catering to locals and tourists alike for almost five years now. In addition to a variety of beloved dim sum served everyday…

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February 26, 2017

Legendary Steak House Sizzles

Since opening in Hawaii in February 2009, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener at Royal Hawaiian Center continues to be raved about for its phenomenal food, including USDA Prime-grade beef, which is dry-aged on-site, and exceptional service. “The classic, signature meal at Wolfgang’s is our Porterhouse Steak for Two with mashed potatoes and creamed spinach,” notes…

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February 26, 2017

Warm Up With Fresh Soup

Hawaii has been unusually chilly lately with strong trade winds and rainy days, which is all the more reason why diners are making their way to GRYLT for some freshly made soup. With three locations on Oahu — in Ala Moana Center’s Makai Market Food Court, Kahala Mall and Kailua — GRYLT proudly cooks up…

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February 26, 2017

The More Food, The Merrier

`SINCE FIRST OPENING in Kaimuki in 1998, Big City Diner has made a name for itself in a big way — expanding to become Hawaii’s go-to spot for comfort food and local-style favorites served up in a fun, family-friendly environment. The island-style diner is known for its wide selection of menu items, perfect for even…

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Dim sum mainstay offers ‘sum-thing’ new

As many Oahu patrons have come to know, Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant serves up both traditional Chinese dishes and a wide array of delectable dim sum. That variety just got bigger, in fact, with the addition of three new manapua — Steamed Lap Cheong, Baked Black Sugar and Hot Dog ($1.50 each) — that you’ll…

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