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Grill cafe springs up at old garden shop

You have to admire a business that sees the potential in setting up in the abandoned garden shop of a Kmart. Read More

Tio’s New Mexico tamales are as nearby as downtown

A tiny restaurant serving big portions of Southwestern-style Mexican food in downtown Honolulu specializes in tamales and says so right in its name: Tio’s Tamales. Read More

Deli serves up fresh takes on lunch

Fresh Garden Deli is a bit of a hidden downtown gem, though its salads and other fare have been known to loyal customers for some 20 years. Read More

Head to North Shore for pizzas, pastas, more

When you’re North Shore-bound and not feeling the shrimp-truck scene, the pizzas, subs, burgers, pastas and salads at Jerry’s Pizza Mill beckon, a mere stone’s throw from the old Waialua Sugar Mill. Read More

Simple home-style fare keeps customers coming to Penny’s

Home-style cooking is what Penny’s Drive In is all about, right down to the corned beef made in-house. Read More

Tacos Zarate serves up new dishes in new digs

Super burritos, fish tacos and — gasp — chiles rellenos burritos are big sellers at the new Kahala location of Tacos Zarate, which opened Aug. 31. Read More
 

Satisfy cravings for Chinese food at Kaneohe spot

Kin Wah Chop Suey has been a Kaneohe mainstay for some 33 years. Read More

Kaneohe spot melds old, new

It is extremely rare for a new restaurant to serve the signature dishes of its predecessor, especially when the previous business delivered a completely different menu. Read More

Bob’s Pizza boasts good, classic pies

Bob’s Pizzeria is a classic pizza joint on the Windward side. Read More
 

Chun Wah Kam delivers popular plates and dim sum

The brilliant idea behind the uber-popular Chun Wah Kam Noodle Factory ginger chicken fried rice came from simple observation. Read More

At Joe’s Grill, anytime’s a good time for breakfast

It’s lunchtime, but your stomach wants haupia- macadamia nut pancakes, ube French toast or just a basic local-style breakfast of fried rice, bacon and eggs. Read More

Waiau Genki stop lets you drive in, drive out, with sushi

Some days the thought of leaving your air-conditioned car to walk across a hot parking lot just to pick up food is exhausting. Read More

Plate lunch place lives up to its ‘awesome’ moniker

Who knew that a simple name would draw international attention to a local plate lunch eatery? Read More

Kahuku Farm Cafe keeps its selections simple, fresh

Any visit to the North Shore is going to require a fueling stop. A person can really work up an appetite enjoying all that sand, surf and sunshine. Read More

Kaneohe pizzeria gets fresh look for the future

The pizza restaurant known as Kaneohe’s Boston Pizza since at least 2006 is undergoing a re-branding by its longtime owners. Read More

India Bazaar sustains culinary tradition

In May owner Shan Parmley opened a second location in Kailua at Enchanted Lake Shopping Center. Read More

At Kam Bowl in Kalihi, local favorites live on

When Kam Bowl closed in 2007 to make way for Walgreens in the Kamehameha Shopping Center — taking Kapiolani Coffee Shop’s famous oxtail soup along with it — people were bereft. Read More

Sister-run cafe’s sandwiches, salads and more lean local

Who knew that Jenn Hee would end up cooking for a living? She sure didn’t. Read More

Customized pies without the wait

Nothing is more satisfying than satiating a ravenous appetite with slices of freshly baked pizza. Read More

Bankoh cafes downtown, in Kapolei are worth a visit

Bank of Hawaii’s Cafe Blue cafeterias in downtown Hono­lulu and Kapolei are open to everyone, not just bank employees, but few in the general public take advantage. Read More

Diner bustles with old and new faves, and more locations

Forty Niner is truly a throwback diner, serving nostalgic comfort food and contemporary favorites. Read More

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