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New at Shirokiya: Yataimura

Shirokiya's new food court offers cheap beer and a ramen battle

New udon restaurant: Tsuku Tsuku Tei

Fresh noodles made daily on Keeaumoku

Soy to the World returns as Daizu Tei

Find freshly made tofu by Daizu Tei at markets around town

New restaurants and what to eat now

YuZu, Hank's Haute Dogs' downtown pop-up, mochi waffles, and more

New restaurant: Japengo at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki

Opening reception at Hyatt's newest restaurant

Halloween Dining in Honolulu

Spooky offerings in restaurants around town

Feeding a jamon addiction at Oliver

Oliver offers a treasure trove of Spanish imports and other Mediterranean goodies

New restaurant: Kiss My Grits

Fried chicken, Carolina BBQ and biscuits. Oh, and grits, of course.

Hello, from Martha Cheng

New title, same taste.

Brett Villarmia Shakes Things Up at Rum Fire Waikiki

Biting Commentary visited Rum Fire at the Sheraton Waikiki, with its new chef, Brett Villarmia, and revamped menu.

Dazed and Confused at Amuse Wine Bar

Biting Commentary visited the Amuse Wine Bar in the Honolulu Design Center.

The good kind of jerk: Jawaiian Irie

Cassie Simmonds took his Jawaiian Irie Jerk food truck and gave it a permanent home in Kaimuki.

Lasagna To Go at Mix Cafe

Good news for downtown fans of the lasagna.

Food on Film: Choice cuts at HIFF

Over the past few years, the Hawaii International Film Festival has been carefully curating its selection of food-related films.

Happy Hour at Restaurant Epic

Stop by the bar inside the Restaurant Epic for great pupu, fast service and relaxed atmosphere.

Burgers Needed

As a downtown worker, currently eating at my desk, I just have to say: Would it kill anybody to open a Burger King down here?

A Different Dobash from Diamond Head Market

Biting Commentary visited both Diamond Head Market and Bogart's Cafe.

An interview with Philip Chiang, founder of P.F. Chang's

Philip Chiang explains why P.F. Chang's really does serve Chinese food, and why he's so relaxed.

The Grown-Up Mai Tai at Hoku's

We found a revelation—the Kahala Original Mai Tai, $11, made with Bacardi Superior Light rum, Coruba dark rum, orange Curacao, almond syrup and lemon at Hoku's.

Cold beer here: Bar 35 unveils Beer Below Zero technology

Bar 35 has become the first venue in the U.S. to use Beer Below Zero technology.

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