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Takeout Tip of the Day: Square Barrels

(Sponsored) Award-winning burgers with a side of DIY cocktail.


Square Barrels 2nd Row burger

2nd Row Burger
Photos: Courtesy of Square Barrels


There are a lot of reasons to love Square Barrels. Since it opened six years ago, the restaurant has become a favorite amongst Downtown workers (myself included) for having some of the best burgers in town, as well as an impressively extensive drink menu that has made it a go-to for post-work pau hana.


Square Barrels Moscow Mule cocktail kit

Moscow Mule Kit


While I miss Square Barrels’ cabin-chic décor and owner Thomas Ray’s extraordinary ability to make even first-time patrons feel like an old friend, we can all still ease the pain of social distancing with a good ol’ 2nd Row or Dad Bod burger through takeout or delivery. Plus, with every to-go order you’ll also have the option to purchase a handmade cocktail kit—either Aperol Spritz, Old Fashioned, High West Barrel-Aged Manhattan or Moscow Mule—which contains everything you need to become your own bartender, including a handwritten recipe card. Prices vary, so call Square Barrels at 808-524-2747 for details.


TAKEOUT: Call 808-524-2747, pick-up at Square Barrels, 1001 Bishop St., Suite 108, Honolulu, HI 96813

DELIVERY: Uber Eats, Bite Squad


For more information and updates, follow Square Barrels on Facebook or Instagram.





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