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First Look: O’Kims Korean Kitchen opens in Chinatown

This isn’t your uncle’s Korean barbecue.
2016.09.26 09:30 AM

It’s Dinner and a Show in Downtown Honolulu

Hawai‘i Theatre partners with Downtown restaurants to offer dinner-and-movie pairings at a new festival starting tomorrow.
2016.08.18 10:56 AM

These Over-the-Top Milkshakes Are Straight From Your Childhood Dreams

Volcano Shakes in Chinatown sculpts over-the-top towers of sweetness, often with a wait time of a half hour or more.
2016.08.02 09:37 AM

7 Places to Get a Delicious Cup of Coffee in Downtown Honolulu

This one’s for the caffeine junkie.
2016.07.26 09:00 AM

You Don’t Need to Travel to Vegas to Try Celebrity Chef Michael Mina’s Food

With Stripsteak Waikīkī opening next month, the celebrity chef is offering free bites of his cuisine from a food truck today and tomorrow.
2016.07.20 11:15 AM

Ma‘Ona Musubi Brings Unique, Japanese-Style Musubi to Downtown Honolulu

This new shop serves a range of musubi fillings, from classic Spam to inventive miso kale.
2016.06.21 09:00 AM

8 Downtown Lunches Under $8

Get a good-size lunch that keeps you fueled for the rest of the work day—and doesn’t cut into your weekend cash.
2016.04.25 09:00 AM

First Look: Fête

Simple food served in a comfortable setting makes this new restaurant in Chinatown a place to keep coming back to.
2016.03.31 01:12 PM

First Look: Tchin Tchin! Bar

The duo who brought you Lucky Belly and Livestock Tavern continues to satisfy our cravings with its latest venture in Chinatown.
2016.03.10 09:00 AM

Learn Everything You Need to Know About Wine From Vino’s Master Sommelier

Master sommelier Chuck Furuya’s new Sunday wine classes sell out quickly, so sign up soon.
2016.03.01 09:00 AM

Cupcakes and the Return of Bethel Street Tap Room—Sort Of

The Downtown pub may be closed, but the owners have reopened the bakery with plans to serve BSTR food there, too.
2016.02.18 09:00 AM

8 Chinese New Year Foods You Need to Eat to Usher in Good Luck in 2016

These eight lucky foods are traditionally eaten by the Chinese to welcome a new year.
2016.02.04 08:00 AM
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