Honolulu’s newest Burmese restaurant hits high marks with an extensive menu of curries, salads, soups, rice dishes and more.
Plus, find out what the restaurateur will be making at this year’s Hawai‘i Food and Wine Festival.
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As HONOLULU Magazine prepares to celebrate the 35th anniversary of its Hale ʻAina Awards on Sept. 30, we flipped through our files for a look at some of our past Hale ʻAina winners.
Spend your Labor Day weekend, Sept. 1 and 2, stuffing your face while soaking in Okinawan culture.
From lobster roll sliders to a bar salad that’s actually worth getting before the storm hits.
You can now eat empanadas all night long at the restaurant at Dukes Lane Market & Eatery.
We’re giving you the scoop (or should we say glass?) on Oʻahu’s premier pink drink event happening Saturday, Aug. 18.
26 editorial and reader picks for the tastiest food in town.
Every Tuesday at Scratch, get three tacos and three drinks for just $26.
Avo-corn toast, portabella sandwich and vegan dishes—Windward menus are on the move.
It’s time to celebrate the vibrant culture of one of Honolulu’s most historic and diverse neighborhoods at the Mōʻiliʻili Summer Fest. Here’s everything you need to know about the 7th annual event.
Read up on the latest news from some of our Hale ‘Aina Award-winning restaurants. Plus vote for your favorites in the 2019 Hale ʻAina Awards!
The undisputed pau hana staple, fries are perfect with cold beer, cocktails and the latest gossip. Here are some of our favorites, upgraded and fully loaded. Plus, three notable alternatives to fries.
Sweet Creams expands, Saint-Germain says aloha and Sunny Side rebrands.