Biting Commentary - April 2017 April 1, 2017 Site Staff Healthy FoodFarm Friday: Locally Grown Acai at Kahuku Farms Catherine Toth Fox, This small farm in Kahuku may be the first in Hawai‘i to grow its own acai berries and use them to make acai bowls. 4 Desserts You Have To Eat Now Catherine Toth Fox, If you need a reason to blow your diet, here it is. What’s Opening, What’s Closing in Honolulu Catherine Toth Fox, Scratch’s second location opens, Dong Yang Inn is for sale, and Greens & Vines lives on. First Look: Tori Ton Maria Kanai, This new restaurant in Mō‘ili‘ili offers friendly service and affordable yakitori. First Look: Rain Honolulu James Charisma, With tasty shareable plates and an interesting drink menu, this swanky restaurant on not-so-swanky Fort Street Mall is an unexpected date-night spot. Chili and Rice and Hot Dogs Finally Come to Downtown Honolulu Michael Keany, At Bun & Bowl, you can get chili three ways, plus jumbo hot dogs eight ways. Hale ‘Aina Happenings in April Catherine Toth Fox, Meet chef Nobu Matsuhisa, pau hana at 40 Carrots and find out what’s really going into that old Rijō space in Downtown’s Harbor Court. 7 Ways to Celebrate National Grilled-Cheese Sandwich Day Catherine Toth Fox, Here are our favorite melty, cheesy sammies. 11 Last-Minute Easter 2017 Brunches You Can Still Hop To Lennie Omalza, Last we checked, these restaurants were still taking reservations. But you’d better call now, before all the Easter bunnies beat you to it. First Look: Aloha Beer Co. in Kaka‘ako Catherine Toth Fox, The latest brewpub to open in Honolulu has it all: well-executed local suds, chill atmosphere and funky cheese sticks. 6 Places to Get Your Cold-Brew Coffee Fix in Honolulu Alyssa Amasol, Cool off with a coffee drink that goes down easy. First Look: The Café by Ethel’s Grill Catherine Toth Fox, The beloved Kalihi hole in the wall opens a café in Hawai‘i Kai, with all the favorites plus something called Unicorn Poop.