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September 25, 2016

Great Meals Built By Grylt

Diners have come to count on GRYLT for “good food that’s good for you,” and customers can look forward to a new facet of the restaurant that is aimed at helping local families enjoy healthy and delicious choices in a flash. As a special inside scoop for Dining Out readers, GRYLT is rolling out a…

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September 18, 2016

Get Ready For Game Day At Sekiya’s

Football season is here, and good, filling food is a necessity while cheering for your favorite team. The perfect solution is getting a party platter from Sekiya’s Restaurant & Delicatessen. Located on Kaimuki Avenue, Sekiya’s is one of those humble, old-time restaurants that’s been around for decades on end — since 1935, to be exact….

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September 9, 2016

There’s Something for Everyone at Kozo

Nothing is better than enjoying delicate pieces of raw fish, resting on soft grains of white rice and wrapped in crisp, dried seaweed. At Kozo Sushi, sushi is served with care and consideration for those who don’t have time to sit down at an expensive restaurant — you can just pick up a healthy lunch…

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September 4, 2016

The Big 5-O

As Zippy’s Restaurants approaches its half-century mark, the always-popular eatery prepares to send 50 lucky residents to Las Vegas. As it approaches its monumental 50th anniversary of serving up award-winning menu favorites within a family-friendly setting, Zippy’s Restaurants is rewarding loyal patrons with an opportunity to visit the “Ninth Island.” Throughout September, Zippy’s is sending…

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August 28, 2016

Delicious Classics For All Ages

For Tae Im, owner of New Eagle Cafe, real comfort food should be simple, homemade and filling — and you’ll find plenty of it at his restaurant. Open since the 1950s, New Eagle Cafe is an old favorite, serving more than 100 island classics to the surrounding local community for generations. Not much has changed,…

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August 21, 2016

Event Ballrooms Cater to All Occasions

Pomaikai Ballrooms serves as an ideal locale for any gathering, and offers an enhanced level of quality and value via delectable dining options and impeccable customer service. Situated conveniently on the second floor of Dole Cannery in Iwilei, Pomaikai Ballrooms serves up elegance and style along with a warm, inviting atmosphere — and without the…

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Restaurant Duo Offers Best of Both Worlds

For diners seeking a multitude of options within Kaimuki’s culinary enclave, Fairwood Drive Inn and its in-house sister restaurant Pho 27 Cafe serve up a host of tasty options as diners arrive hungry and leave with smiles on their faces. Conveniently located on Waialae Avenue in Kaimuki Shopping Center, diners have the option of picking…

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August 7, 2016

Flavorful Additions To Chef Chai’s Menu

A popular saying suggests that when one door closes, another opens. This concept rings true throughout the restaurant industry. Fortunately for local diners, when world-renowned chef Chai Chaowasaree closed Chai’s Waikiki Hawaiian Fusion Aug. 1, the culinary craftsman decided to add some of the restaurant’s popular items to his robust menu at Chef Chai. When…

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Come On Get Happy!

There are options for everyone at Happy Days Chinese Seafood Restaurant. Whether you’re a vegetarian, craving meat or in the mood for dim sum, something from the Kaimuki eatery’s extensive menu is sure to satisfy. Happy Days offers a variety of non-meat entrees — including Tofu with Twin Mushrooms and Vegetables ($11.95) and Spinach with…

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July 24, 2016

Showcasing Italian Classics

Romano’s Macaroni Grill brings the extraordinary tastes of Italian home-style cooking to local residents without the need to jet halfway around the globe. Situated conveniently within Ala Moana Center’s inviting Hookipa Terrace, the friendly, skilled culinary heart-of-the-house squad and service experts at Romano’s Macaroni Grill strive to provide a memorable dining adventure worthy of being…

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