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May 1, 2016

Party On, Cantonese Style

When it comes to Chinese cuisine, there’s so much more than just dim sum and chow mein. Dishes vary according to the regions in China, with subtle differences in flavors that indicate the cooking styles that hail from the diversity of the country itself. At Canton Seafood on Keeaumoku Street, you note what is distinctly…

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May 1, 2016

All Sizzle, All The Time

THERE’S NO MI-‘STEAK’ING HY’S SUPERIOR BEEF The centerpiece of Hy’s Steak House’s Broiler Room is a custom-made brass and copper cauldron, which plays host to the restaurant’s stellar steaks as skilled chefs turn the heat up to 800 degrees and broil the beef to perfection over kiawe wood. These USDA Prime-grade cuts, which include New…

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April 24, 2016

Spoil Mom With Glorious Seafood

When the time comes to honor mothers everywhere and thank them for all they do, Makino Chaya knows just the right way to pamper them with a special treat — one that involves sitting back, relaxing and feasting away on prime rib, seafood and much more. The popular all-you-can-eat buffet spot continues to be a…

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April 24, 2016

Celebrating Moms With Mouthwatering Specials

Many will agree that every day should be Mother’s Day, but as a way to honor the priceless contributions moms make in the lives of children and families, Zippy’s is serving up delicious Mother’s Day specials to coincide with the momentous occasion. Zippy’s will offer complete meal options while supplies last throughout Mother’s Day weekend…

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The Thrill of the Grill

Throughout Korean history, Shila was one of three ancient kingdoms, and one of the world’s longest-running dynasties at that. The kingdom is referenced in the name New Shilawon Korean Restaurant — a title that couldn’t be more fitting for the Honolulu eatery, seeing as it serves traditional cuisine that, like the dynasty, has plenty of…

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April 17, 2016

Spring into Season

Spring is making its way into oceanfront restaurant Orchids this month, as part of its monthly lunch specials. Located at the five-star Halekulani hotel in Waikiki, the restaurant features a seasonal “Chef’s Special Menu” with salad, an entree and dessert. Customers may choose two courses for $28, or all three for $38, available throughout the…

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Ruling Over Banqueting Services, Island Cuisine

Whether planning a graduation celebration or retirement party, or seeking an ideal venue for a small office gathering, many kamaaina turn to Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki for its wide array of banqueting and event offerings — available with, of course, delicious dining options. The endlessly elegant hotel is a perfect locale for any special occasion,…

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April 10, 2016

Honoring Administrative Professionals, Mothers Alike

As the time comes to honor the MVPs of the workplace and household, Pomaika‘i Ballrooms serves as the ideal setting for Administrative Professionals Day and Mother’s Day celebrations. Situated conveniently on the second floor of Dole Cannery in Iwilei, Pomaika‘i Ballrooms offers elegance and style along with a warm, inviting atmosphere without the stress of…

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April 3, 2016

Old Favorites, New Specials Inspire Patrons

Since December 2001, Hawaii residents have been able to “meat and greet” just what makes fine dining at Morton’s The Steakhouse so exceptional — that is, of course, superb steaks, but also an unrivaled blend of wine, upscale American cuisine and first-rate customer service. Upon entering the secluded restaurant in Ala Moana Center’s Ewa Wing,…

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April 3, 2016

Beef Up Your Lunch

story by MARIA KANAI Whether at a casual backyard barbecue or a fancy restaurant, something about charring your own meat over high heat appeals to our carnivorous sides. At Japanese B.B.Q. Yoshi, yakiniku’s (Japanese for “grilled meat”) simple concept of cooking meats is taken to a new level of upscale delicious. The restaurant is renowned…

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