May 2013

Biting Commentary

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

Got the best recipe? You're gonna need more than that

How to get into Whole Foods: Upcoming forum hopes to develop local producers and farmers into successful entrepreneurs

Pop-up shop of local charcuterie, cheese, paiai, preserves and more

GreenWheel Food Hub raises money for SNAP/EBT acceptance at farmers markets

Joy of Sake: The biggest sake bash outside of Japan gets bigger

More than a trendy food and drink festival—for Honolulu, it's also a return to its sake-loving roots.

Noodle Tuesday: uni pasta

Rounding up uni pasta from Arancino, Chez Kenzo and Bernini

Cronut (knock-offs) have arrived in Honolulu

Regal Bakery's downtown location debuted the Butternut last week

Bar report: Lewers Lounge

Colin Field of The Ritz Carlton Paris puts a heavy emphasis on classics and adds a Digestif cocktail menu

Hawaiian Nougat Company

Sweet treat: local, French nougat

Il Gelato opening a gelato cafe in Kahala Mall

Specializing in coppa (Italian-style sundaes) with novelties such as gelato panini and spaghetti-eis

Noodle Tuesday: Oxtail soup and pho at Pho Bistro 2

The tender, meaty oxtails star against a backdrop of broth of pho.

New restaurants: just opened, coming soon and not so soon

The Signature at Ala Moana Hotel, Budnamujip on Kapiolani and Skybar Waikiki are among the new and upcoming projects

Bar report: Pint and Jigger

Although a relative newcomer to Honolulu's bar scene, the recently-turned one year old Pint + Jigger feels like an old friend.

Noodle Tuesday: Beef noodle soup at Hunan Cuisine

Looking for Taiwan's national dish

Celebrate summer with these July food events

Wade Ueoka's Fourth of July menu, Brunch On, Moiliili Summerfest

Salt beer? Aloha Beer Co. introduces a limited-release beer using Hawaii's ocean water

Brewmaster Dave Campbell revives a lost-beer style

Otto Cake moving to Kaimuki

Otto's had it with Chinatown

Hunan Cuisine offers Chinese dishes not found elsewhere in Honolulu

Cumin lamb, Sichuan wonton and some lost-in-translation items such as "beauty hoof."

Noodle Tuesday: Looking for tonkotsu bliss at Tenkaippin

And what's up with the kotteri ramen?

Five bacon desserts in Honolulu

Does bacon make everything better? Or at least desserts?

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