Best of Honolulu 2006



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>> It's that time of year again, when we bring you the best Honolulu has to offer. We did our research, consulted the experts and hit the streets. In the following pages, you'll find everything from open-mic nights to local brewers. Whether you're looking for someone to groom your dog or bake your wedding cake; whether you're looking for free wine tastings or killer lunch wagons–consider this your guide to making the most of life in the city.
By Michael Keany, Ronna Bolante, Kathryn Drury Wagner, Lori Anne Tomonari and Jenny Quill

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