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The crew from Slammers reunites and remakes this Kalakaua Avenue bar.
Nico's, the dauntingly popular restaurant at Honolulu's Pier 38, is getting a new, larger location, still on the pier.
Don't have time to cook during the week? Russell Siu has a deal for you: a three-course weeknight prix fixe menu for $29.
You always need at least one casual, inexpensive place to eat on the Big Island. Pau Pizza in Waimea has fresh, vibrant eats.
Make your own, or buy it locally grown. The future is bright for Hawaii chocolate.
Think you know local style Hawaii food? Not until you've eaten at Hawaiian Style Cafe in Waimea on the Big Island. Tip: Get the teri burger plate.
The original Merriman's Restaurant in Waimea has a new chef, Allen Hess. Hawaii Regional Cuisine was invented here, and it's still in good hands.
For our March 2011 Best of Honolulu issue, we invited the Best Cocktail Caterers into the Honolulu Magazine office.
Put this on the list for your next trip to the Big Island: the new Red Water Cafe in the town of Waimea (Kamuela). Adventurous food, casual setting.
The new Tanaka Saimin on Nimitz is an old-fashioned Hawaii restaurant. In fact, it's the old Boulevard Saimin given new life and a new, larger group of customers.
A new downtown coffee bar serves up only 100 percent Hawaii-grown coffees, brewed by the cup, six ways.