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Back alley bread is a Moloka`i tradition

Back alley bread is a Moloka`i tradition March 30, 2012 | Food | Read More
Just a hop, skip and a jump away from bustling Honolulu is the polar opposite – the island of Moloka`i. The long and narrow island can be seen from the eastern shore of Oahu and can be reached for about $66 via airplane. If you make it to Moloka`i for some R&R from the busy streets of Honolulu,...

Locals say Oahu’s Kahuku Superette makes the best poke island wide

Locals say Oahu’s Kahuku Superette makes the best poke island wide February 1, 2012 | Food | Read More
On the east side of Oahu in a small town called Kahuku, not far from the North Shore is a small country market from which locals believe comes the best shoyu poke (a local appetizer of fresh tuna pronounced po-kay) on the island. The small store, called the Kahuku Superette has been in business since...

Two happy hours per day at the Yardhouse Waikiki, makes people happy

Two happy hours per day at the Yardhouse Waikiki, makes people happy January 31, 2012 | Food, Nightlife | Read More
The Yardhouse Waikiki, a centrally located large bar and restaurant with a huge amount of beers on tap, offers happy hour twice a day, most days of the week. Ever Monday through Friday from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., the Yardhouse offers happy hour. In the spirit of enjoying balmy late nights in Waikiki, the...

Opal Thai brings awesome Thai food to the North Shore

Opal Thai brings awesome Thai food to the North Shore November 25, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
I just got back from dinner at my favorite Thai restaurant, Opal Thai in Haleiwa. Now, I can finally call it a restaurant since their evolution from a farmers market stand about 10 years ago, to a lunch wagon in Haleiwa, is now complete in a modest restaurant in the center of town. I love Thai food,...

Surfer, the Bar brings drinks, music, pupus, and fun nightlife to the North Shore

Surfer, the Bar brings drinks, music, pupus, and fun nightlife to the North Shore November 25, 2011 | Events, Food, Hotels, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Surfer, the Bar, named after Surfer Magazine is the newest addition to North Shore nightlife. But it’s not just limited to those on the North Shore, considering that they’ll have regular “Talk Story” sessions weekly with famous people from all walks of the surf industry, and music...

Eat, shop, and socialize local at the Ala Moana Farmers Market

Eat, shop, and socialize local at the Ala Moana Farmers Market November 21, 2011 | Events, Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Each Saturday the Ala Moana Farmers’ Market happens from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and it’s unique in that it takes place at Ala Moana Shopping Center on the upper deck by Sears on the corner of Piikoi and Ala Moana Boulevard. The brainchild of Annie Suite and Pamela Boyar, who started the highly...

Hawaii’s Ono Pops are so darned ono

Hawaii’s Ono Pops are so darned ono November 21, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
You’re in Hawaii, it’s hot and sunny, and a popsicle is calling. You could run and get something with artificial flavors that may stain your mouth red or blue, or you could head to a local shop and try an Ono Pop – Hawaii’s own spin on the refreshing combination of coldness and...

These are a Few of my Favorite Foods (on Oahu)

These are a Few of my Favorite Foods (on Oahu) August 29, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
So ono! That’s what you’re likely to hear about good food in Hawaii. Local for delicious, ono is a local term for darn good food. As the busiest island in Hawaii, Oahu is home to a large number of restaurants, and many of them are very, very good. I’m going to discuss a few casual,...

A Day in Honolulu

A Day in Honolulu August 28, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Honolulu is a busy place. Locals call it Town, because it’s the busiest section of the island. Town is loaded with things to do, from shopping and spa days, to golf and surfing, tanning, eating, children’s activities and so much more. One day in Honolulu will leave you feeling satisfied and...

Local Food at Haleiwa Farmers’ Market

Local Food at Haleiwa Farmers’ Market August 27, 2011 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
You’re on the North Shore, it’s Sunday, and you’re hungry. Local, tasty, and fresh food galore can be found at the Haleiwa Farmers’ Market. Located at the eastern end of town, the market happens every Sunday from 7 a.m. till about 1 or 2 p.m. Each Sunday, around 3,000, sometimes...