In this episode that aired on June 26, John Heckathorn seeks out the Blue Tomato with renowned chef Alan Wong.
Oysters! The new Broadway has good oysters and plenty. After that though ... you can always kill a vampire.
Biting Commentary TV's first episode featured Arnold Hiura, author of Kau Kau Cuisine. Then, John cooks up plantation style dishes with Derek Kurisu at Kau Kau Stadium.
Sitting on the Dock of the Bay: Locally sourced, and still local-style, at Heeia Kea Pier.
If you haven't heard, Bev Gannon, of Haliimaile General Store, has a new Maui restaurant, Gannon's, with a great view.
One of the most pleasant cocktail lounges in Waikiki now has a bargain "sunset menu" every day from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
What's a pop-up? A restaurant that appears for a brief time in someone else's space. Meet The Pig and the Lady, at Hank's Haute Dogs.
Smoked foie gras. House cured charcuterie. Arancini. Cheese platters with port-soaked figs. What's not to like about Kevin Hanney's new tapas restaurant?
The first of the Hyatt Waikiki's three new restaurants opened last night, and that turns out to be good news.
What’s trendy in Honolulu restaurants? A commonly found, Asian family meal with a thousand-year history. Here’s why it seems so new.
The Waikiki Edition’s Lobby Bar is known for its hip scene at night, but it’s actually also a nice, quiet pau hana spot away from the crowds with its own food menu.
In Big Island’s little Waimea, it’s a short distance from farm (or ranch) to table.