The bartenders at Morton's in Ala Moana Center know their classic cocktails, but the bar food is also classic, especially at "Power Hour" prices.
It's a hidden gem, the little restaurant run by Ian Riseley and the culinary students at LCC, open for your business.
The man who launched Ba-Le in Hawaii has a new bakery—and a new café coming to a location near you.
Phillipe Padovani (of Padovani's Chocolates fame) has resurrected the L'Uraku-Elua-Sapori location on Kapiolani as his new Padovani's Grill.
Having expanded to capacity at his JJ Bistro & French Pastry, Praseuth "JJ" Luangkhot opens J2, a new restaurant down the block--quieter, a bit more upscale, but no more expensive. The food's even better.
Two young guys turned their passion for pizza into the most casual eatery you've encountered. Excellent pizza at good prices under a tent in a parking lot.
Iron Chef Masaharu Matsumoto's new restaurant in Waikiki Edition hotel promises "the ultimate culinary experience." It doesn't deliver on that exalted promise.
From the folks who brought you Ba-Le in Hawaii, comes a new French-accented café where the food's casual, fun, yet seriously good. Opening 1/11/11 in Honolulu, in the renovated Weyerhaeuser warehouse on Nimitz.
There are more than 5,000 eateries in the state. What does it take to stand out from the crowd and win a Hale Aina Award? Here are a few inside stories.
Honolulu has a new Italian eatery, Il Lupino in the Royal Hawaiian Center. That's good news.
Hale Aina Award-winning chefs answer to what winning a Hale Award means to them.
Executive editor, Kathryn Drury Wagner, talks with Jon Matsubara of Azure restaurant.