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Maya’s offers wine, tapas for North Shore guests

Maya’s Tapas and Wine, next to Coffee Gallery in the North Shore Marketplace, offers an array of Mediterranean tapas, small savory Spanish-style dishes and wines from around the world. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Frozen beer, sliders are highlights at Morimoto Asia

There’s a certain curiosity factor attached to a restaurant owned by Masaharu Morimoto, he of “Iron Chef” fame. Read More

Stormy’s Gastropub offers delicious food, relaxing atmosphere

Stormy’s Gastropub provides a relaxing hangout for both locals and visitors. The atmosphere is casual, with a friendly, laid-back North Shore vibe. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: What It Dough makes vegan dreams come true

Pizza can become a pretty heated discussion. Perhaps the most unique of the island’s pizza places, What It Dough is a proudly vegan outdoor eatery on Monsarrat Avenue. Read More

Surfing Pig offers pau hana in Kaimuki

The Surfing Pig dares to go where many others have gone before: a stretch of storefront on Waialae Avenue between 12th and Koko Head, previous home to Salt and Hale Ohuna. Read More

Tasty food and sophisticated drinks boost happy hour at Merriman’s

Merriman’s is one of the most well-known names in Hawaii‘s restaurant industry, with establishments spread throughout the island chain. Read More
 

Takumi a teppanyaki haven in Kapolei

Takumi Japanese Restaurant & Bar is a suburban haven, a bit off the beaten path in a shopping center just downstream from a Foodland supermarket. Read More

Limon serves up spicy, enticing, authentic Peruvian cuisine

If you’ve never experienced Peruvian cuisine, you are in for a treat at Limon Rotisserie. Read More
 

Island Brew’s bring-your-own pau hana is a treat

This is the only Island Brew shop offering a pau-hana experience. It’s also the only spot that boasts outdoor waterside seating at sunset, followed by dessert with a side of stargazing. Read More

Mina’s Fish House brings happy hour into the sunshine

Mina’s Fish House at the Four Season’s Resort at Ko Olina has two major selling points: The beach and chef Michael Mina Read More

Food, drink and music combine to create a party setting at The Social Honolulu Eatery and Bar

The Social Honolulu Eatery & Bar lives up to its name. An enormous, warehouse-like sports bar on McCully Street, it’s convenient for townies and an ideal spot to take over when your posse has grown its membership into the double-digits. Read More

The Brilliant Ox offers intriguing happy hour at Ala Moana

You’re in for something different and interesting at The Brilliant Ox. Read More

Bull rides, $1 tacos draw crowds at El Ranchero

Flavorful food and a lively atmosphere are reason enough to visit the cantina at Taqueria El Ranchero, located in the Wahiawa Shopping Center. Read More

Umamiya happy hour delivers on taste, value

Hook good bites during happy hour at Herringbone

Herringbone, a restaurant with a “fish meets field” concept, is a winner for seafood-lovers, as its menu focuses on the ocean’s bounty. Read More

Float away on a whopper of a margarita at Mexico

Looking for a south of the border escape to let the good times roll? Look no further than Mexico Restaurant. Read More

Tight but tasty menu brings happy-hour joy to Roy’s Waikiki

Unless you start work at 6 a.m. the new happy hour at Roy’s Waikiki doesn’t really fall at pau-hana time, limited as it is to 2 to 4 p.m. daily. But it is a happy time. Read More

Amuse expands, Roy’s Waikiki adds happy hour

TGIF’s guide to Oahu’s latest happy hour specials. Read More

Izakaya Nonbei delivers the classics with taste, value

For well over a decade, Izakaya Nonbei has been a cult pau-hana favorite for locals and well-traveled tourists alike. Read More

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