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Choco le'a: the best chocolate truffles in Honolulu

Offering truffles with mochi, cheesecake, lilikoi and more

Kava: The root returns at the kava festival and a new cafe

Kava on campus and the vicinity.

Hale Aina Happenings: Chef Mavro's new autumn menu 2013

Wagyu with yuzu kosho and potato mochi, a lilikoi creamsicle topped with Sauternes gelee

Taste of the Hawaiian Range: Of mountain oysters and mutton

For three hours on Friday, 35 chefs and eateries served small-plate dishes at the 18th Taste of the Hawaiian Range.

New: Tucker and Bevvy: picnic food

An Aussie-style takeout sandwich spot

It's open! The new 12th Ave Grill

See what a million dollar renovation looks like.

The First Ever Dining Out for Kids (sponsored)

Four Honolulu restaurants are giving back to local families

Rare wines by the glass: Coravin at La Mer

A new gadget using argon gas allows for wines by the glass while still preserving the bottle.

Noodle Tuesday: DK Kodama's crab truffle ramen

Inspired by a package of instant ramen and a block of truffle butter

UH undefeated in tailgate parties

Tailgating at Aloha Stadium

Surf and Turf: Sea to Me and Taste of the Hawaiian Range

Two food events to highlight land and sea

Drink like it's 1947: cocktail recipes from Hawaii before statehood

Lei Day, Paradise of the Pacific, Hawaiian Moonlight: our cocktail writer tries out cocktail recipes from Hawaii in 1947

Coming soon: the 30th annual Hale Aina Awards

Get your tickets now for our annual awards gala

Primo Popcorn in Honolulu: move over hurricane popcorn and get ready for the tsunami

130 flavors and counting, including haole, raging crab and prime rib

Highlights from Cochon Island

The first ever offshoot of Cochon555 in Hawaii

News flash: Cocina going into The Whole Ox

Quinten Frye gets permanent digs for his Mexican street food

Durian anyone? Mooncakes in Honolulu for Moon Festival 2013

Sing Cheong Yuan bakery in Chinatown carries more than 20 mooncake varieties, including mochi-wrapped with mango and, yup, durian.

Hale Aina Happenings: the return of salt-baked onaga

Keith Endo's local catch, and Colin Hazama's dinner under the full moon at Sheraton Waikiki

New: Kan Zaman, a Moroccan and Lebanese restaurant in Honolulu

Kamal Jemmari and Youssef Dakroub, previously owners of Shogunai and Extreme Tacos, team up. But don't expect tacos.

Honolulu Beerworks: opening a craft brewery, part one

A new craft brewery in Kakaako hopes to fill the Oahu brewery void.

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