April 2013

Biting Commentary

Hale Aina Happenings: Happy hour at Cactus and more

New menu at The Veranda, Alan Wong's Next Generation Dinner

Gluten-free at Zpizza

For wheat-free crust cravers

Try these treats at the Made in Hawaii Fest

This weekend, sample 60 flavors of popcorn, Hawaii Bitters, ginger pineapple jam from Kauai, and find out Adoboloco's new top secret hot sauce flavor.

Noodle Tuesday: Ireh, sesame leaf hand-shaved noodles and chewing noodles

Find comfort in less-common Korean noodle dishes here. Vegan and gluten-free friendly, too.

MW: Michelle Karr-Ueoka and Wade Ueoka's upcoming restaurant

Alan Wong's current pastry chef and former chef de cuisine plan for an October opening

Hawaiian Moonshine

Island Distillers revives okolehau

Restaurant news: Park, Panya at Hokua, Bills

New and upcoming restaurants, chef changes

Take our 100 dish challenge and vote now for the Hale Aina Awards

Win dining gift certificates

New: Cha No Ma (vegan!) hot pot

Japanese nabe meets Taiwanese tea

Wing Ice Cream Parlor

New in Chinatown: Wing Ice Cream Parlor with housemade ice cream

Rico Rico Peruvian chicken restaurant

Huli huli chicken, done up Peruvian-style, what’s not to love?

Marukai's shochu and sake club

Much like bacon-of-the-month clubs, you get a bottle of sake once a month—a new or seasonal sake that's not on Marukai's shelves yet.

Lucky Peach returns to Honolulu to save print through food

Or if not, at least taste carnival food recreated by the new wave of chefs.

Noodle Tuesday: Gluten-free at Godmother Pasta

Find gluten-free pasta from the new Japanese-Italian vendor at Shirokiya

Luke's Cafe: moving 12th Ave Grill, part eight

Kevin Hanney plans a brunch place for the existing 12th Ave Grill space

Bar Report: Monkeypod Kitchen

Peter Merriman's Monkeypod Kitchen picks up the cocktail slack where other casual concepts fall short

This weekend's events: beer, a 10th anniversary celebration, and Get Fresh

Eat, drink and learn

Lonohana Chocolate: Hawaii's newest local bean-to-bar chocolate

Seneca Klassen, co-founder of the Bay Area's Bittersweet Cafe, grows and makes his own chocolate

Noodle Tuesday: Mimasuya

In the cursed Uraku Tower space, Mimasuya doesn't look like it'll last longer than its predecessors

A Real Beer Festival comes to Oahu

A festival-goers tip list

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