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Design your own dish at Meatball

By Nadine Kam

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 16, 2014

~~<p><span style="font-size: 12px;">The ideas keep rolling along, this time quite literally for Bob McGee, formerly of The Whole Ox Deli. His latest project is Meatball, no explanation needed. The little eatery at 845 Kapahulu Ave. (formerly home to Mac Nut House) specializes in meatballs of beef, pork, chicken, vegetables and seafood, with an assembly line approach: Pick your type of meatball; pick your sauce; customize with a helping of pasta, risotto, polenta, fries, rice or greens; or get them in a hoagie or slider.</span></p>
<p class="p1">A basic three balls and sauce combo served with garlic butter toast is $8.50; add $3 to customize. A hoagie with your choice of provolone, Parmesan or mozzarella runs $11.25.</p>
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The ideas keep rolling along, this time quite literally for Bob McGee, formerly of The Whole Ox Deli. His latest project is Meatball, no explanation needed. The little eatery at 845 Kapahulu Ave. (formerly home to Mac Nut House) specializes in meatballs of beef, pork, chicken, vegetables and seafood, with an assembly line approach: Pick your type of meatball; pick your sauce; customize with a helping of pasta, risotto, polenta, fries, rice or greens; or get them in a hoagie or slider.

A basic three balls and sauce combo served with garlic butter toast is $8.50; add $3 to customize. A hoagie with your choice of provolone, Parmesan or mozzarella runs $11.25. Login for more...



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