Catherine Toth Fox

Born and raised on O‘ahu, Catherine Toth Fox worked as a newspaper reporter in Hawai‘i for more than 10 years and has freelanced—in between teaching journalism, hitting the surf and eating everything in sight—for national and local print and online publications since 1997. She earned her master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in 1999, with a focus on magazine writing and publishing. And she received her bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, graduating with distinction in 1996. She is HONOLULU Magazine’s food and dining editor and unofficial taste tester.

   

 

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The Veranda Afternoon Tea Serves as Respite During Hotel Renovations

The multimillion-dollar facelift hasn’t affected tea service one bit.
2018.04.11 11:43 AM

Quote Unquote: What It’s Like Being CEO of the Humane Society—With Cat Allergies

Lisa Fowler, who has worked full-time at the Hawaiian Humane Society for seven years, took the helm of the organization after longtime CEO Pamela Burns died last September.
2018.04.10 08:55 AM

HONOLULU Small Bites: 11 Happenings Worth Buzzing About in April 2018

Here’s a quick-bite guide to the latest foodie news around the Islands.
2018.04.09 09:48 AM

Jar’d Makes Salads and Juices Cute and Convenient

Served in Mason jars at farmers markets, this line of cold-pressed juices and layered salads is perfect for grab-and-go meals.
2018.04.02 10:00 AM

This Premium Soju Isn’t Served in a Watermelon

Hwayo Soju, a high-end Korean soju, is so smooth, you can drink this straight. No chaser needed.
2018.03.30 09:50 AM

Brunch Like You Mean It: 17 Local Dishes Worth Getting Out of Bed For

With everything from breakfast sammies and tacos to mochi pancakes and waffles, these Honolulu brunch spots are changing the game.
2018.03.27 03:57 PM

Celebrate All Things Noodles at the First-Ever Noodle Fest Hawai‘i on Saturday

Eat dishes from all over the world, race to eat the most udon or see if you can finish a bowl of spicy noodles at this festival at Ward Village.
2018.03.23 09:15 AM

Get Charcoal Pancakes and Vegetable Piele at Basalt

The upscale restaurant at Dukes Lane in Waikīkī is now serving breakfast and lunch.
2018.03.19 08:47 AM

10 Ways To Eat Green in Honolulu on St. Patrick’s Day 2018

And we’re not talking about salads.
2018.03.16 10:22 AM

The Story Behind the Ray Ray Pancakes at Herringbone Waikīkī

These pancakes will be one of six brunch dishes served at BrunchFest on March 25.
2018.03.14 02:09 PM

The Latest Buzz in Cocktails is Now at Hukilau Honolulu

The Downtown restaurant is the only place serving cannabidiol cocktails. Don’t worry; it’s legal.
2018.03.12 09:55 AM

Hale ‘Aina Happenings: What’s New With Hawaiʻi Restaurants in March 2018

Salt Kitchen and Tasting Bar pops up at Encore Saloon, MW Restaurant takes over Maui Onion Burger and Café Laufer closes—then opens again.
2018.03.09 10:18 AM
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