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Brasserie Du Vin

March 23, 2014

Wine, Cheese Join Forces at Du Vin

While wine and cheese are no strangers to discerning diners, Brasserie Du Vin takes the palatable pairing to the next level with Wine-Cheese-Wine combinations. Situated in downtown Honolulu across from the historic Hawaii Theater, Brasserie Du Vin serves up a casual, rustic environment modeled after the inviting cafes and bistros found throughout the French countryside….

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February 23, 2014

Sensational Seafood Buoys the Du Vin Experience

“Wine a bit … you’ll feel better.” It’s a succinct, yet fitting slogan emblazoned on a throwback poster behind the bar of Brasserie Du Vin that sufficiently sums up the restaurant’s entertaining dining experience, during which guests are transported half a world away. Nestled in downtown Honolulu across from historic Hawaii Theatre, Brasserie Du Vin…

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Going Gaga for Goat Cheese

Happy New Year, Ono readers! It’s that time again when New Year’s resolutions are the most thought consuming, and the ambition and dedication to those resolutions are running high. Whether it is to save money, get fit, lose weight, quit smoking, manage stress or aim to eat healthier, all can be achieved. But the truth…

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Come Fry With Me

When comfort food cravings hit, I don’t know about you, but I’m the type of foodie who goes for savory snacks nine times out of 10. Yes, Spam musubis, pizza and guacamole are right up my alley. And during those instances when I’m dying for one of my favorite salty pleasures of all time, I’ll…

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October 27, 2013

Taste What All the Buzz is About

Duck in from the bustle of Honolulu and tuck into French and Mediterranean flavors at Brasserie Du Vin, even if you only have a half hour. While the bistro’s menu is wine-friendly, a glass is not necessary come lunch time. Executive chef Marco Elder’s dishes provide ample comfort and enjoyment. Having started cooking at 4…

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September 29, 2013

Du Vin Dishes Out Creative Burgers

Since opening its doors nearly seven years ago, Brasserie Du Vin has become known as a fun, rustic eatery offering French countryside-inspired cuisine and a great selection of wines. They also, however, make a great hamburger prepared with ground ribeye, which is made in-house. So, last month, the restaurant started offering a burger of the…

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Sinfully Fancy French Toast

Imagine the power food has over me. Just as the syrup oozes onto the plate and my lips hit the soft, egg-battered bread accented with a sugary sweetness, my mood shifts in an instant. Believe it or not, with a snap of a finger, all my worries subside, my stress vanishes — a gorgeous plate…

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July 28, 2013

House-made Desserts that Transport You to the South of France

Brasserie Du Vin does French cuisine right, and it’s no different when it comes to desserts. The establishment’s pastry chef, Lisa Simulinas, serves up amazing desserts that satisfy not only your tummy but also your wallet. Chocolate Souffle ($10; $13, ala mode) is made with 55 percent cacao chocolate along with creme anglaise. Make sure…

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June 23, 2013

A Brunch Brimming With Flavor

While fine dining can tend to represent an overwhelming or intimidating endeavor, Brasserie Du Vin serves up a fun dining experience during which diners are transported half a world away. Nestled in downtown Honolulu across from the historic Hawaii Theatre, Brasserie Du Vin offers a casual, rustic environment modeled after the inviting cafes and bistros…

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May 26, 2013

Brasserie Du Vin

A CLOSER LOOK AT THIS WEEK’S HOUSE SPECIAL: PAN ROASTED JIDORI CHICKEN BREAST ($19,ON DINNER MENU) The charming cafes of France collide with paradise at Brasserie Du Vin. With a full indoor bar and seating area, in addition to a quaint outdoor patio, this Bethel Street establishment boasts a plethora of French-inspired fare, including Pan…

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