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First Look: Rain Honolulu

With tasty shareable plates and an interesting drink menu, this swanky restaurant on not-so-swanky Fort Street Mall is an unexpected date-night spot.
2017.04.19 10:30 AM

Chili and Rice and Hot Dogs Finally Come to Downtown Honolulu

At Bun & Bowl, you can get chili three ways, plus jumbo hot dogs eight ways.
2017.04.17 10:30 AM

First Look: Silk Road Café

Honolulu gets a taste of Uzbekistan.
2017.03.03 09:22 AM

First Look: Yakitori Hachibei

It doesn’t get any better than eating meat off a stick.
2017.03.01 01:12 PM

Missing Pho My Lan? Rice Paper Will Satisfy Your Cravings for Pho and More

This Vietnamese restaurant offers everything from pho to durian shakes to bone marrow.
2017.02.13 09:24 AM

8 Chinese New Year Foods You’ll Need to Eat for Good Luck in 2017

You don’t need to be Chinese to celebrate.
2017.01.26 09:30 AM

First Look: Brick Fire Tavern

For a bite of traditional Naples pizza, made with fresh local and top imported Italian ingredients, try the flash-baked pies from Brick Fire Tavern in Chinatown.
2017.01.20 09:00 AM

First Look: Bethel Union

Playing it cool with fresh pasta, highly allocated wine and intriguing cocktails, Bethel Union, the evolution of Italian from the J.J. Dolan’s team, brings a welcome change of pace to Chinatown and Downtown.
2017.01.16 09:00 AM

First Look: Boa Sushi Café

This Downtown sushi spot is a cut above.
2017.01.09 09:00 AM

Bar Elixrs in Downtown Honolulu Offers Authentic Mexican Food and Chill Vibes

With black curtained windows and low leather couches, Bar Elixrs is more low-key lounge than “Honolulu’s Hottest New Party Spot.”
2016.12.27 09:00 AM

First Look: Senia Opens in Chinatown

Celebrated chef Chris Kajioka and Anthony Rush partner to cook up new twists with simple flavors in Chinatown.
2016.12.16 06:20 PM

Grab a Super-Fresh Poke Bowl and Your Morning Coffee at Aloha Poke Shop

There’s a new place downtown that serves customizable, boat-to-bowl poke.
2016.12.12 12:57 PM
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Honolulu Magazine April 2017