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Kōkua Market Faces a One-Week Deadline

Will Honolulu’s only natural foods cooperative be given the chance to reinvent itself?
2019.02.15 02:45 PM

Small Bite: Asato Family Shop Grand Opening Sunday, Feb. 17

With no limit on pints of the new lemon peel gummy bear sherbet and other favorites, we expect a frozen free-for-all.
2019.02.15 01:14 PM

Here’s What’s New with Hawai‘i Restaurants in February 2019

A killer weekday brunch lineup, new items at a 24-hour spot and a craft beer festival featuring locally made brews.
2019.02.13 12:19 PM

Makana Ranch House in Kaimukī to Launch Dinner and Brunch

Before March, stop by for a hearty Apache Stew, juicy local-venison burger and classic pasta Bolognese.
2019.02.08 10:58 AM

15 Honolulu Restaurants Offering Impress-Your-Date Dishes for Valentine’s Day

These menus boast Keāhole lobster, wagyu with truffle cauliflower purée, a cotton candy cocktail and a lot of decadent desserts.
2019.02.04 10:51 AM

Your Guide to Lunar New Year Dining on Oʻahu

Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean: Here are the best places to start your Lunar New Year feast.
2019.02.01 12:51 PM

Santacruz Taco Co. Launches New Dishes This Week

Go for tasty tacos, the pokeviche, three new dishes and an absorbing map of Mexican regional cuisine at this Downtown restaurant.
2019.01.28 12:52 PM

Coming Soon: Old Pali Road Whiskey by Ko‘olau Distillery

A new Kailua distillery is producing locally made bourbon-style whiskey.
2019.01.25 10:55 AM

First Look: Minori Craft Japanese Tavern Opens on Kalākaua Avenue

This recently rebranded izakaya scores with Instagram-worthy dishes and a grand-opening discount.
2019.01.23 12:21 PM

O’Kims Korean Kitchen Moves to Nu‘uanu Avenue

Gnocchi and Korean fried chicken is just one of the innovative pairings at the newly reopened eatery in Chinatown.
2019.01.21 10:22 AM

Here’s What’s New With Hawai‘i Restaurants in January 2019

Throwback cocktails with a view, craft beer in Kailua, local chickpeas and a $5 burger.
2019.01.18 12:45 PM

Tiny Pyramid has JJ Bistro and French Pastry Fans Cheering

Yes, the chocolate pyramid is still there. But there are a few changes in the move from Kaimukī to Iwilei.
2019.01.16 11:59 AM