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Field Guide: Fort Street

Take a break from work to explore what the heart of downtown Honolulu has to offer.


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Photo by David Croxford


Govindaji's Organic Vegetarian Cuisine


The work crowd has a healthy lunchtime option in Govindaji’s. Pick up a menu at the beginning of each month to stay in the loop on the restaurant’s fresh, daily offerings. There are always two yummy vegetarian entrées—one of them vegan—such as eggplant parmesan or sweet-and-sour walnut dumplings. The balanced meals are always “made with love,” says owner Tim Walsh. Be sure to wash them down with a fresh squeezed lemon-mint-ginger drink.  1118 Fort St. Mall, 585-0960.








Yummy Ice Garden


When you need sugar at 3 p.m., think Yummy. This hole in the wall offers up the best shave ice downtown in a myriad of classic and exotic flavors, toppings and combinations. Loyal customers love to add ice cream, mochi balls, fresh fruit and condensed milk to the mix—often all at once. 79 S. Pauahi St., 533-3142.


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