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Rearview Mirror: Readers fondly remember beloved Oahu restaurants

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                                Doc and Eve Hofmeister owned Fast Food in Wahiawa. Their $3 sandwiches on a 16” loaf were very popular.
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Doc and Eve Hofmeister owned Fast Food in Wahiawa. Their $3 sandwiches on a 16” loaf were very popular.

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                                Wo Fat restaurant in Chinatown occupied three floors and fed hundreds a day. It proudly displayed Liquor License No. 1.
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Wo Fat restaurant in Chinatown occupied three floors and fed hundreds a day. It proudly displayed Liquor License No. 1.

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                                Tin Tin Chop Suey had cheap, delicious food and stayed open very late. It closed its doors on Feb. 26, 1985.
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Tin Tin Chop Suey had cheap, delicious food and stayed open very late. It closed its doors on Feb. 26, 1985.

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                                Doc and Eve Hofmeister owned Fast Food in Wahiawa. Their $3 sandwiches on a 16” loaf were very popular.
STAR-ADVERTISER
                                Wo Fat restaurant in Chinatown occupied three floors and fed hundreds a day. It proudly displayed Liquor License No. 1.
STAR-ADVERTISER 
                                Tin Tin Chop Suey had cheap, delicious food and stayed open very late. It closed its doors on Feb. 26, 1985.