April 2020

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Front of Book

8 Hawai‘i Businesses I Wish We Could Gift to the Mainland

Chain reaction.

Editor’s Page: The Start of Our Quarantine Diaries

What I didn’t expect when my family started staying home.
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Calabash

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Features

Can We Ever Eat All Local in Hawai‘i?

Governor Ige set a goal of doubling local food production by 2020. So how do we measure up?
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Style

Mana Up Gives 30 Really Good Reasons to Support Local Hawai‘i Companies

Shop big mana’s house online.

Meet the Model: Hawai‘i’s Neka Lanoza

After taking the L.A. scene by storm, the local model-on-the-rise is back home pursuing one of her greatest passions. She spills about making a difference, her gasp-worthy TV moments and what’s next for her in fashion.

Sustainable Fashion: Add These 7 Earth-Friendly Clothes, Shoes and Sunglasses to Your New Back-to-the-Office Wardrobe

The power of good buys.
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‘Ono

Mad Bene in Kapolei Has Reopened for Dine-In

The owners of Duck Butt go Italian-American at Mad Bene.

Inside a $5,000-a-Night Hotel, Mugen’s 8-course Tasting Menu is an Affordable Luxury

We review the restaurant at the Espacio Waikīkī hotel.

Can We Ever Eat All Local in Hawai‘i?

Governor Ige set a goal of doubling local food production by 2020. So how do we measure up?

Find the Best Budget Tasting Menu at Akira Japanese Restaurant

At Akira, a hidden Japanese restaurant on King Street, find a happy hour kaiseki for less than $50.
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Promotions

2020 Faces of Hawai‘i

(Special Promotional Section) HONOLULU Magazine celebrates some of Hawai‘i’s prominent leaders and businesses who are making waves in their industry.

Hy’s Steak House Has Your Bougie Mother’s Day Plans Covered

(Sponsored) Birthday, anniversary and holiday celebrations shouldn’t stop just because we’re stuck at home.

Kalapawai Market: Good Food, Good Deeds

(Sponsored) The family-owned market-meets-restaurant concept has been giving back to the community for decades. Now, it’s our chance to pay back.

Supporting Local Nonprofits Is as Easy as Ordering Takeout

(Sponsored) Use your First Hawaiian Bank card for delivery or pickup orders and you’ll not only be supporting Hawai‘i’s restaurant industry—you’ll be supporting local nonprofits, too.

Out-of-Townies, Stay Full and Happy with These To-Go Options and Deals

(Sponsored) Alexander & Baldwin is committed to keeping spirits high and bellies full for O‘ahu residents.

Zippy’s Adds Streamlined Takeout, No-Contact Pickup and Discounted Bulk Orders

(Sponsored) During the COVID-19 pandemic, here’s how the popular Island chain is doing its part to help flatten the curve.

Stream Short-and-Sweet Cinematic Gems with HIFF@HOME

(Sponsored) Hawai‘i International Film Festival’s new virtual initiative features a specially curated program of previously screened short films, all viewable online for free.

Takeout Tip of the Day: Honolulu Burger Co.

(Sponsored) This burger joint uses local ingredients, including 100% free-range, grass-fed beef from the Big Island.

Takeout Tip of the Day: Café Kaila

(Sponsored) Now you can order award-winning breakfast, minus the seating time.

Takeout Tip of the Day: Chopchop Rotisserie

(Sponsored) This Waikīkī spot serves up roasted meats, made-from-scratch sides and daily specials.
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