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Seeing Red Velvet

If you tell me that discipline and ultimate resistance are a “piece of cake,” then you’re telling the wrong person. Paying no attention to anything sugar-coated is almost impossible for my sweet tooth (duh!), but tempt me with cake — specifically red velvet — and guess what? You’ve just created a monster. Have you ever…

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June 29, 2014

YogurStory adds another chapter with dinner

In a story that keeps getting better. YogurStory welcomes all to sample its newest dinner menu, featuring creations inspired by some of Italy’s most classic dishes. “We wanted to branch out into the dinner world by incorporating a lot of local favorites into Italian cuisine,” says Brandon Stover, executive chef of YogurStory. “The combination of…

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June 1, 2014

An open book of flavors

High ceilings and expansive windows draw in natural sunlight. In one corner of the room, a large, beautifully bare faux tree serves as a conversation starter. Two stories of dining opportunities, complete with a variety of chic tables and chairs make it almost impossible to decide on the “best” seat in the house. This is…

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May 4, 2014

A stick-to-your-ribs story

Yogurstory’s hip ambiance and menu influenced by Asian, local and comfort foods hits all the right notes for lunch. The spacious light-filled dining room, complete with decorative trees, provides a welcome retreat from the office. Just wait until you get a taste of the food. The bibimbap-like Hurricane Rice Bowl ($15) pays tribute to Yogurstory’s…

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March 30, 2014

YogurStory in the Making

It’s always a good sign when another restaurateur frequents your restaurant. Sean Saiki, who owns several local businesses including Tsunami’s on South King Street, Blazin’ Steaks in Windward Mall and Raging Crab, was a longtime regular at YogurStory on Keeaumoku Street. So when he heard the owner was thinking of selling the popular eatery, he…

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March 2, 2014

YogurStory

When brunchtime beckons, there’s no better place to bring friends and family than YogurStory. Conveniently located in the heart of Keeaumoku, this eatery boasts menu offerings that span the limitless bounds of all imaginations. Order up YogurStory’s popular Ube Pancakes ($11), or opt for any of its other delicious fare including egg dishes, waffles, loco…

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February 16, 2014

A YogurStory-book Tale

Now here’s a story I heard tell, about an enchanted land where delicious things dwell. ‘Tis a magical place where boys and girls too, can eat dessert for breakfast, or whatever they choose! A world of wonders made by one man — a guy with great vision, and one heck of a plan. He decided,…

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January 19, 2014

A “Yogur Story” in the Making

With a name like YogurStory, the initial assumption might be that it’s a place dedicated to the frozen yogurt craze — just another establishment to hop on the bandwagon, you may say. However, for this Keeaumoku Street restaurant, that belief only holds true in chapter one. And according to owner Sean Saiki, you should never…

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December 22, 2013

Treat Yourself to Something Sweet

YogurStory, located in the heart of Keeaumoku in Dong Hwa Shopping Center, is crafty with its dessert combinations, and these groupings are not only unique and beautiful, but also tasty and satisfying. Although YogurStory is open for only breakfast and lunch, desserts are always the best options, as those with a sweet tooth will understand…

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November 17, 2013

Yogurstory Writes the Book on Asian Fusion Fare

In the ever-changing world of restaurants, YogurStory has undergone some big changes. What started out as a quaint dessert cafe has evolved into one of the island’s most highly rated full-service restaurants. Starting this month, YogurStory kicks off its new menu, bringing back a few old favorites as well as introducing some new dishes that…

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