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November 22, 2015

Everything’s Better with Bubbles When Living ‘The Kahala Life’

As a way to share the latest and greatest lifestyle offerings, The Kahala Hotel & Resort has introduced “The Kahala Life” experience for both guests and local residents to enjoy. A major component of the new initiative is The Kahala Life: Master Sommelier Series held monthly at the hotel’s alluring Plumeria Beach House, which also…

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November 15, 2015

Pearlridge Hops On The Genki Train

Diners will be excited to hear the train rolling through Pearlridge Center in the form of Genki Sushi’s cutting-edge double-rail sushi delivery system. The bullet train sushi delivery configuration is now available for convenient ordering at the newly opened Pearlridge location, the fourth Genki Sushi shop to feature the exclusive technology. Patrons can place orders…

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November 8, 2015

Dine Like A ʻPRINCE’ This Holiday Season

Give yourself the royal treatment this Thanksgiving by enjoying a mouthwatering feast at Prince Court, located on the third floor of Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki. Prince Court provides a plentiful array of delicacies for brunch and dinner, and reservations are going quickly, according to director of food and beverage Ward Almeida. “(Currently) I have 200…

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November 1, 2015

Showing Gratitude for a JJ-style Feast

This Thanksgiving, don’t stress about cooking a turkey. Instead, experience JJ Bistro & French Pastry’s extravagant, four-course Thanksgiving meal. The restaurant — known for its French, Laotian and fusion cuisine — has been open on Thanksgiving Day for the past decade, but the four-course menu changes every year, according to owner and chef Praseuth “JJ”…

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October 25, 2015

Celebrating A Decade Of Quality Dining

Located just across the street from Aiea’s popular Pearl-ridge Mall in West ridge Shopping Center, Makino Chaya has become a mainstay in the minds of local Oahu residents. Known for its bountiful buffet — an all-you-can-eat smorgasbord of savory, sweet and sumptuous selections — the restaurant offers a huge selection of delicious dishes to choose…

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October 18, 2015

Hallowing Sugary Helpings

Forget the presents and lights of Christmas; bring on the haunted houses, costume makeup, jack-o’-lanterns and sugar-packed goodies. But, for adults, most no longer can go trick-or-treating. No one is going to give a free candy bar to a full-grown Disney princess. At Cake Works, however, adults and children alike can enjoy sweet treats handcrafted…

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October 11, 2015

The Happiest Hour

Ichiriki Japanese Nabe Restaurant is known for its family-oriented dining, casual setting and calm atmosphere, complete with Japanese-style seating and décor. Even though the restaurant has never had a full bar, Ichiriki is proud to introduce an expanded drink menu, according to assistant manager (Aiea location) Bryson Mitsuda. “Since September, we revamped our drink menu,”…

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October 4, 2015

Takin’ It Easy With Island-Style Fare

When taking a stroll down Kalakaua, options for food, hospitality and entertainment abound. However, nobody does dining and entertainment quite like the team at Sheraton Princess Kaiulani. Just off Kalakaua on Kaiulani Avenue, the hotel combines the classic five-star Sheraton style with an open-air, laid-back kamaaina vibe. This blend of extravagance and simplicity is best…

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September 27, 2015

Life Of The Lunch Party

Sarento’s At the Top of the Ilikai is known for its panoramic, picturesque views of ocean and mountains, as well as its classic Italian cuisine. However, the restaurant offers its customers more than just an enjoyable dinner experience. According to special functions coordinator Adam Miller, Sarento’s lunch program is expanding. During midday meals, the venue…

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September 20, 2015

A Southern Seafood Soiree

From the highest praise, received from the endearingly protruding lips of Forrest Gump’s army pal Bubba Blue, to homage paid via Elvis Presley’s 1967 iconic film “Clam-bake,” the deliciously mussel-ed merits of southern-inspired seafood boils have long been a signature staple in American cuisine. For a taste of them right here in the Islands, you…

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