Biting Commentary - June 2017 June 1, 2017 Site Staff Hale ‘Aina Happenings: What’s New With Hawai‘i Restaurants in July 2017 Catherine Toth Fox, Peruvian cuisine at Hōkū’s, Roy’s Hawai’i Kai offers a sunset menu, Brew’d serves brunch at night. After 57 Years, ‘Ono Hawaiian Foods is Closing for Good Lorin Eleni Gill, One last lau lau. First Look: Topped Stephanie Kim, This spot serves modern Korean cuisine in Chinatown. Scratch Kitchen & Meatery Now Serving Dinner Catherine Toth Fox, Favorites from the Chinatown menu join new hearty, Southern-inspired dishes for dinner. 5 Treats That Are a Matcha Made in Heaven Stephanie Kim, For our annual Best of Honolulu feature, we sought out the best matcha dessert in the city. Here are five contenders. Here’s How to Enjoy Mangoes When They’re in Season This Summer Catherine Toth Fox, Tips, insight and fun facts to help you make the most of this season. Fluffy Omelets and Stuffed French Toast in Central O‘ahu Lennie Omalza, Pearl City’s Button Up Café is a cute stop for a quick bite. 11 Places to Have a Fun and Festive Father’s Day 2017 Lennie Omalza, Whether it’s brunch, lunch, dinner or drinks, we’ve got something for every dad. So, How Does The Street Party Work, Anyway? Catherine Toth Fox, We explain how to use the VIP pass for Michael Mina’s The Street in Waikīkī—and whether it’s worth $37. First Look: Tonkatsu Tamafuji Maria Kanai, Diners line up on Kapahulu Avenue for Japan-based chain. Let the Voting Begin for the 2018 Hale ‘Aina Awards Catherine Toth Fox, Vote for your favorite restaurants and bars by June 30. 6 Places to Get Your Nitro Cold-Brew Coffee Fix in Honolulu Alyssa Amasol, For an extra jolt of caffeine, try these smooth brews infused with nitrogen. Satisfy Your Serious Doughnut Craving at Donut King Catherine Toth Fox, This new doughnut shop in Market City offers dozens of ways to celebrate National Doughnut Day today.