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March 23, 2015

Comfort Cuisine That’s Lips-Mac’n Good

In the lobby of renowned Waikiki Beach Hotel, MAC 24/7 daily delivers a myriad of meals more than worthy of its moniker. A clever acronym for “Modern American Cooking,” the fare found at this Waikiki eatery may as well stand for Modern American Comfort, as the selections are inspired by time-honored comfort food classics —…

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March 15, 2015

The Garden of Eatin’

For those craving stellar Korean entrees and delicious yakiniku combinations prepared fresh at the table, Seoul Garden Yakiniku serves up nothing but the best meats and vegetables within an inviting, relaxed environment. For more than 10 years, Seoul Garden Yakiniku’s convenient Kapiolani Boulevard locale has dished out delicious Korean and yakiniku-style cuisine for lunch, dinner…

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March 8, 2015

St. Patty’s Day Specials Worth a Pot of Gold

Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart across the world gather to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The holiday, which first began simply as a religious day of feasting in honor of the patron saint of Ireland, now has become an international feting of all things Irish, marked by a plethora of parades,…

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March 1, 2015

Introducing Freshness to Fast Food

Nearly half a century after Kozo Sushi first opened its doors in Osaka, Japan, the restaurant continues to roll out favorites, as its fresh approach to fast food satiates diners in their pursuit of stellar sushi. Kozo Sushi has grown throughout the island with five convenient locations, including at Kahala Mall, and as Kozo Sushi…

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February 22, 2015

Pacific Rim Flavors Converge at Asian Mix

Hawaii is recognized as a unique melting pot of cultures and cuisines, and as diners at Asian Mix can attest, a multitude of tastes and flavors from around the Pacific Rim are similarly blended to craft delicious fare infused with local essences. Situated conveniently at the corner of Beretania and Piikoi streets on the ground…

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February 15, 2015

Welcome to ‘The Breakfast Club’

The yellow signage of Eggs ‘n Things is ubiquitous in Honolulu for locals and tourists alike. During its 40 years of operation, the island business has expanded from its humble beginnings to embrace three locations in Honolulu, a retail line and partner restaurants in Japan. Despite growing in size and refining its menu to suit…

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February 8, 2015

An Invitation to Dine at the King’s Table

Conveniently located in Windward City Shopping Center, Cajun King Kaneohe marks the popular eatery’s second dine-in establishment. Open since September, the restaurant is enjoying a warm reception among patrons on the windward side of the rock. When asked how he would best describe the type of cuisine offered at Cajun King, manager Jin Chen explains…

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February 1, 2015

A Cafe that has Reason to Soar

While times and the cost of living in paradise have changed over the years, diners still can rely on New Eagle Cafe for their favorite local-style comfort food at affordable prices. Back in 1960, patrons who flocked to Eagles Cafe in downtown Honolulu’s Blais-dell Hotel on Fort Street could order up a New York-cut sirloin…

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January 25, 2015

Revamped Menu Elevates Dining Experience

While its menu selections incorporate some of the finest ingredients and preparation techniques coupled with an array of international influences, one doesn’t have to travel far to enjoy the elevated dining experience found at 3660 on the Rise. Chef de cuisine Lydell Leong recently revamped 3660′s menu, something the culinary wizard and his heart-of-the-house team…

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January 18, 2015

Come On, Get Happy!

Ever since its grand opening back in August 2001, Happy Days Chinese Restaurant on Waialae Avenue knows exactly what it takes to put a smile on your face, doing its part to ensure that your day is, indeed, a happy day. The establishment is synonymous with Hong Kong-style cuisine, and Hawaii’s dining community takes notice….

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