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Highlights from the ‘91 Best and Worst of Honolulu List


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Number of winners in HONOLULU’s first “People’s Choice Awards”: 

103 

Place to Be Seen

Best: Restaurant Row
Worst: Hotel Street 
“Since you yupsters voted for Restaurant Row in general … does that mean the Restaurant Row Burger King is as hip a place to be spotted as, say, the bar at The Black Orchid?”

 

Parking Lot



Best: Ala Moana Shopping Center (We presume this depends on whether you can find a space, see below.)
Worst: Ala Moana Shopping Center
Runner-up worst: Queen’s Physicians’ Office Building. Rumor has it that the traffic lanes in the new Queen’s Physicians’ parking lot are so narrow they seem designed to create a bumper crop of injured patients for the docs in the building. 

 

Laws You Wish We Had

Winner: Ban fireworks
Runners-up: Ban guns, limit foreign investment, bring back the death penalty
“MOS Burgers won hands down as worst fast food and—according to one reader—worst food ever.”

 

Original “People’s Choice Awards: Best and Worst” 

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