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The Weekly Eater

Big ideas, Small packages

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DENNIS ODA
Individual take-home servings of tako (octopus) are among the offerings at the 21 food stations in Shirokiya's Yataimura and Beer Garden. The new food court was among renovations to mark Shirokiya's 350th anniversary in 2012 and also reflected a growing interest in things Japanese on the local dining front. <*p(0,0,0,8,0,5.25,g(P,S))>DENNIS ODA<@$p> doda@ staradvertiser.com
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FL MORRIS
One of Hawaii's most basic treats was revolutionized in 2011 with the addition of fresh, natural flavorings at outlets such as Uncle Clay's House of Pure Aloha. @Caption -- credit1:<@Caption -- credit bold name1><*p(0,0,0,8,0,5.25,g(P,S))>fl morris<@$p> fmorris@ staradvertisercom
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BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
Martha Cheng and Andrew Le of the Pig and the Lady opened a pop-up restaurant, borrowing space from Hank’s Haute Dogs in Kakaako.