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6 Reasons Why Herringbone is Hawai‘i’s Best New Restaurant

(Sponsored) Why you should vote for Herringbone in the 2019 Hale ‘Aina Awards.


Since its Hawai‘i debut, coastal dining concept Herringbone at International Market Place has proved it’s worth the hype—and your vote as the 2019 Hale ‘Aina Awards’ best new restaurant. Click here to cast your votes. Bonus: You’ll also get a promo code for $35 off the upcoming Hale ‘Aina Awards, taking place Sunday, Sept. 30 at The Royal Hawaiian.


1.  Fish Meats Field

Herringbone Waikiki


Line-caught fish, quality meats and sustainably grown local produce take center stage in made-to-order dishes, so fresh you can taste it in every bite.


2.  Wine and Brine

Herringbone Waikiki Oysters


Offered daily from 4 to 6 p.m., Oyster Hour is your better-than-basic pau hana, complete with the Two-Buck Shuck (oysters on the half shell, just $2 each) and popular dishes at slashed prices.


3.  Next-Level Brunch

Herringbone Waikiki Brunch


Eggs Benedict with uni and caviar? Mochi pancakes with liliko‘i butter and fresh fruit? Endless rosé and tropical mimosas? Enough said.


4.  Behind the Menu

Herringbone Waikiki Raymond Locquiao


Executive chef and local boy Raymond Locquiao is the man behind the dishes that keep us coming back. He’s also the culinary genius who created the popular Ray Ray Pancakes, a brunchtime favorite you can’t order anywhere else in the world.


5.  Drink Up

Herringbone Waikiki Cocktail


Sip around the world with an extensive drink menu featuring more than 100 international wines, plus expertly mixed specialty cocktails and beer offerings.


6.  Beachy Vibes

Herringbone Waikiki Lanai


Whether it’s a girls-only lunch on the lānai or a Friday date night in the restaurant, restaurant’s relaxed-yet-stylish California coastal design makes it perfect for any occasion.


Vote Herringbone now for Best New Restaurant in the 2019 Hale ‘Aina Awards.


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