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August 17, 2014

Kobe grills to thrill

Through five decades of pleasing multiple generations of diners, the skilled staff at Kobe Japanese Steak-house & Sushi Bar continues to dazzle diners with menu creations that keep the eating experience fresh, fun and entertaining. Kobe is situated conveniently at the gateway to Waikiki on Ala Moana Boulevard between the iconic Ilikai and Hilton Hawaiian…

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August 3, 2014

A First-Class Doughnut Destination

There’s something about Regal Bakery Airport’s delectable doughnuts that give the tasty treats an addictive quality that has diners from around the island, as well as visitors from around the world, flocking to fulfill their doughnut fix. Regal Bakery’s doughnuts are baked fresh daily at its in-house kitchen facility that opened in 2011 amid the…

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July 20, 2014

Seafood Frenzy is all the Rage

After capitalizing on the Cajun-style seafood-boil craze that is sweeping the culinary landscape, Raging Crab continues to serve up waves of flavorful favorites for local diners. Raging Crab was introduced by co-owners J.C. “Moto” Chow and Steven “Sean” Saiki as a destination for families and friends alike to embark on a true “hands-on” dining experience….

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July 13, 2014

Turn back the clock with can’t-miss, super savings

As Eggs ‘n Things celebrates a monumental 40th anniversary of providing pancakes, omelets, crepes and other desirable dishes to both local residents and visitors alike, the eatery presents a week’s worth of specially-priced throwback menu items that are sure to invoke recollections of memorable dining experiences at the iconic restaurant. Eggs ‘n Things is serving…

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June 22, 2014

Cupcakes Reign Supreme at Sweet Downtown Destination

At one of downtown Honolulu’s increasingly popular sweet spots, patrons can indeed have their cupcakes and eat them, too. Let Them Eat Cupcakes continues to unwrap success, as throngs of sweet-seeking enthusiasts flock to the quaint South Beretania Street location in the midst of the bustling Chinatown district. The store’s “friendly cup-cake specialists” carry out…

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Chinese Cuisine in Full Bloom

Don’t let the name deceive you. Here at Mini Garden Orient & Vegetarian Cuisine, the eatery is big on taste and value, as customers have come to appreciate its excellent customer service and memorable dining experience. Conveniently located on South Beretania Street, Mini Garden is surrounded by ample parking, including stalls in an adjacent lot…

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April 27, 2014

Bibas Offers Bounty of Can’t-Miss Cuisine

Situated at the “gateway to Waikiki” on Kalia Road, Bibas Courtyard Grill offers a unique escape to flavor within an inviting, contemporary setting. Bibas welcomes guests with ample indoor and outdoor seating on the ground level of Hale Koa Hotel’s Maile Tower just past the sprawling banyan tree and adjacent to the hotel’s intriguing koi…

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April 13, 2014

Get on the Right Path

After turning her passion for the outdoors and an enjoyment of Hawaii’s alluring scenery into a successful business, Crystal Evans could finally tell her office job to take a hike. The entrepreneur started Hiking Hawaii in 2010 as a way to encourage visitors to get out of Waikiki and enjoy the natural beauty Hawaii has…

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April 6, 2014

Discover Thai Paradise at Pattaya

Growing up in Thailand, Maew Voecks got a crash course in cooking from the age of 9 by helping her mother prepare meals for their family, which included 13 siblings. “I was the only cook!” Voecks recalls. “I used to get so mad at my mom because she made me cook for everybody. I learned…

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March 30, 2014

Aloha in Every Bite

While eateries have made a habit of infusing local flavors and ingredients with traditional cuisine, the culinary team at Aloha Crepes has continued to roll out an array of innovative menu creations that take the concept of fusion to the next level. Aloha Crepes was introduced to the local market five years ago, when owner…

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