It’s all over the menus at Honolulu’s buzziest restaurants. What's the deal?
“Cake and ice cream on a stick, what could possibly go wrong, right?”
Books on food for thought and fun.
He couldn’t stay away, and now, neither can we.
A la carte at Arancino at the Kahala and a new summer menu at Bernini.
Try the kamatama udon, the Japanese version of carbonara.
Calling the Joy of Sake the World Cup of sake is probably overstating it. But it's close.
An outdoor rooftop restaurant serving upscale Mexican, life at the former Matteo’s, and more.
Reviving ancient Hawaiian sugarcane varieties through rum made with fresh-pressed cane.
A great little butcher shop with Molokai beef and venison and Niihau lamb.
Seeking out saimin.
Now you can bask in the old-world steakhouse cool of Hy's without having to fork over fifty bucks for steak.