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February 8, 2016

Whipping Up Dream Weddings, Events

With a host of menu selections, d├ęcor options and venues from which to choose, Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki takes the stress out of planning and executing a wedding or special event. As a special inside scoop for Dining Out readers, Hawaii Prince has introduced a new lineup of dishes that will debut later this month….

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February 2, 2016

Rolling Out Specials with Unique Flair

If you assumed your Genki Sushi experience comes standard at every location, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. While each Genki Sushi restaurant does feature a consistent main menu, every location offers specials unique to that specific restaurant. This is a recent concept that’s designed to give each location more individuality, according to David Moon,…

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Celebrate Chinese New Year With Good Eats

A month after celebrating its fifth anniversary, Jade Dynasty Seafood Restaurant has reintroduced its popular Chinese New Year menu just in time for the important celebration tied to the lunar calendar. Jade Dynasty, located at the Hookipa Terrace on Ala Moana Center’s fourth floor, makes it a priority to satisfy its growing customer base by…

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January 19, 2016

Grill Your Lunch, Dinner To Perfection

You have officially survived the start of 2016, and your New Year’s resolutions probably involve eating right, budgeting and treating yourself. While those pledges may seem paradoxical, at Camellia Buffet on McCully Street you can choose from an assortment of high-quality foods that taste like a treat, but don’t break your wallet. Indulge in Korean…

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January 11, 2016

Sensational Dining Awaits You at Ruth Chris

For more than a quarter century, local diners have followed the “sizzle” to the home of superb steaks within a revitalized Kakaako corridor: Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Diners are treated to exceptional steaks selected from the top 2 percent of the country’s beef, which are broiled in 1,800-degree ovens and served sizzling with butter on…

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January 5, 2016

Ring In The New Year All Month Long

JJ Bistro & French Pastry invites customers to celebrate 2016 with delicious dishes and significant savings. The restaurant — known for its French, Laotian and fusion cuisine — is offering a New Year’s Special for the entire month of January, according to owner and chef Praseuth “JJ” Luangkhot. “I want to make a good deal…

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December 29, 2015

The Tastiest Mix of Old and New

While Lydell Leong embraces the challenge of crafting alluring new menu items as chef de cuisine at 3660 on the Rise, he also realizes that diners appreciate the time-tested classics that have elevated the dining experience for the past quarter century. Leong and the culinary wizards that make up 3660 on the Rise’s heart-of-the-house team…

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December 20, 2015

End 2015 In Style At Japengo

In anticipation of New Year’s Eve, Japengo invites diners to end the year on a high note and start the party early with a special menu worthy of a fireworks display. In harmony with Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa’s commitment to sustainability, Japengo’s cuisine revolves around the brand’s philosophy of utilizing local-sourced foods…

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December 15, 2015

Mai Tai Bar’s Menu Makeover

Starting this holiday season, locals and tourists alike can enjoy new cuisine at “The Pink Palace of the Pacific.” The Royal Hawaiian hotel’s Mai Tai Bar launched its new menu Dec. 2, and the change already has received considerable positive feedback. “We’re trying to do more upscale bar food,” explains Colin Hazama, executive chef of…

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December 7, 2015

Young Street Eatery Specializes In Old-School Quality

If you love the thrill of the grill — the tabletop grill, that is — for cooking savory and succulent meat yakiniku-style to your heart’s content, look no further than Japanese BBQ Yoshi. And if the sound of that particular meat being marbled, melt-in-your-mouth beef is music to your ears, you’re in for a treat…

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