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Takeout Tip of the Day: Stripsteak Waikīkī and The Street Food Hall

(Sponsored) Enjoy the Michael Mina dining experience at home with discounts, a wide range of family-friendly options, and even wine and beer at slashed prices.


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With the current state of things, the Monday blues are hitting most of us just a little harder this week. Forgo the prepping, cooking and dishwashing tonight and order to-go from Stripsteak Waikīkī and The Street Food Hall, which are offering 20% off for first responders, 10% off for kama‘āina and $5 off $30 for all Uber Eats orders.

 

Stripsteak Waikīkī family meal pack

Photos: Courtesy of Michael Mina

 

Right now, Stripsteak Waikīkī is offering a family meal pack that feeds four, which includes a whole smoked jidori chicken, your choice of one large salad plus two sides, all for $79. Solo diners, you can treat yourself with a 16-ounce USDA Prime Delmonico ribeye, plus a salad or side, for $57.

 

Burger Hale American Classic burger in The Street Food Hall

 

The Street Food Hall is all about variety, which is especially great when your little ones are picky eaters. There’s plenty of kid-friendly bites here: chicken tenders, pizzas by the slice, tacos, ramen and burgers, including the popular American Classic burger ($8.99), a hearty meal that requires two hands and plenty of napkins.

 

TAKEOUT: Call 808-896-2545 to place an order. Pickup will be at Burger Hale, located in The Street Food Hall.

DELIVERY: View the full menus and place an order via Uber Eats or DoorDash.

 

For updates, follow Stripsteak Waikīkī on Facebook and Instagram, and The Street Food Hall on Facebook and Instagram.

 

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