April 2012

Biting Commentary

Noodle Tuesday: 5 Favorite Cold Noodles in Honolulu

Slurp your way to cool relief with these noodles.

Cookspace and Mangoes at the Moana: Reasons to Get in the Kitchen

Cooking classes and contests coming up this week.

How Does the New Liliha Bakery Location Compare to the Original?

The new Liliha Bakery foregoes sentimentality in favor of a bigger and fancier restaurant.

New: Sprout Sandwich Shop

Sprout is the newest sandwich shop to take root, and it’s as fresh and cute as its name.

15 Beers You Must Try This Summer

Sweltering summer days getting to you? That porter weighing you down? Never fear. We’ve done some painstaking research to determine the best summer beers, gathering recommendations from local experts.

Noodle Tuesday: Fresh Pasta at La Cucina

What makes La Cucina so unique is that Don Truong makes all of his own pastas and prepares each dish to order, one plate at a time.

New Tapas Menu at Bevy

The new tapas menu is truly trying to be tapas. Like in the Spanish sense.

Kaimuki’s Sweetest Street

In two blocks, an assortment of new sweet shops.

Aloha Cones and Hi Tide Poke Cafe

Two new poke counters land in Honolulu.

What’s Jidori Chicken?

It’s all over the menus at Honolulu’s buzziest restaurants. What's the deal?

OnoPops Now at Zippy’s

“Cake and ice cream on a stick, what could possibly go wrong, right?”

Summer Books for Food Lovers

Books on food for thought and fun.

A Return to the Stage: Ron de Guzman is Back with New Dishes

He couldn’t stay away, and now, neither can we.

Hale Aina Happenings: New in Italian

A la carte at Arancino at the Kahala and a new summer menu at Bernini.

Noodle Tuesday: Iyo Udon

Try the kamatama udon, the Japanese version of carbonara.

Joy of Sake: Taste Sake at Its Best

Calling the Joy of Sake the World Cup of sake is probably overstating it. But it's close.

Just Opened and Opening Soon: Buho, Sprout and More

An outdoor rooftop restaurant serving upscale Mexican, life at the former Matteo’s, and more.

Ko Hana, Hawaiian Agricole Rum

Reviving ancient Hawaiian sugarcane varieties through rum made with fresh-pressed cane.

VJ’s Butcher Block in Haleiwa

A great little butcher shop with Molokai beef and venison and Niihau lamb.

Noodle Tuesday: 8 Old School Saimin Shops

Seeking out saimin.

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