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Field Guide: Fresh Ideas for Pau Hana

Instead of hitting the bar after work, why not try something new? We found five relaxing pau hana happenings.


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Photo: Courtesy Honolulu Academy of Arts

4. AloHAA

On the second Thursday of each month the Academy stays open until 9 p.m. The Pavilion Cafe also serves pupu, beer and wine, while musicians perform. “We realized that during the week, working stiffs who might want to come to the museum can’t—our hours are the exact same as office hours,” says communications director Lesa Griffith. The Academy’s other monthly nightly event, Art After Dark, is more about the scene, where AloHAA is more about the art. “It’s a mellow, sophisticated way to spend the early evening.” Thursday, May 13, 5 to 9 p.m., $10. 900 S.Beretania St., 532-8700, honoluluacademy.org.
  

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