Take in the city, three (or four) restaurants at a time with Kalapawai Cafe, Saeng's Thai, Formaggio Grill, Yakiniku Don-Day, Sushi ii, City Cafe, Jinroku, L'Aperitif and Ailana Shave Ice.
Here are tales from the frontlines of the singles world—whether you’re 26 or 88, straight or gay, looking for love, or just looking—in Honolulu now.
Here are HONOLULU Magazine's 25 Greatest Hawaii Albums of the New Century.
Ale-loha!: We welcome two new gastropubs and a brew pub to Honolulu.
It's How Much!?: Put your money where your mouth is, with some of Hawaii’s most expensive dishes.
For you, here’s HONOLULU Magazine’s tour of 67 cheap eats, from burgers to soft-shell crab to frugal finds with a view: fun and delicious meals you can afford to eat every day of the week.
License to Pour: A lot of time and effort went into the wine you drink with dinner. Welcome to the ins and outs of getting a liquor license in Honolulu.
Hawaii is a great place to eat, and it seems to get better all the time. Here are six of our favorite new eateries that have opened in the past year.
Here, we’ve selected images from renowned photographer Wayne Levin, who took the following photographs in Kalaupapa, Molokai. All were taken between 1984 and 1987.
Meet the noodle makers rolling out the Island’s nicest noodles by hand... and foot!
Good journalism isn’t dead. While there are fewer reporters, and Honolulu has become a one-newspaper town, local online-only news outfits pursue solid reporting and somewhat less solid revenues.
They come for the privacy, the views, the Pele energy and the rock-bottom real estate prices. Never mind that the volcano could torch their homes at any time.