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Superior sourdough sandwiches

If you’re craving delicious sourdough sandwiches, look no further than recently opened Hungry Jon’s Place, located close to Don Quijote on Kaheka Street. Read more

Onolicious Cuisine

Pastele lumpia, pastele stew, lechon kawali and ahi poke nachos are just a few of the bestselling dishes at Reecie B’s. Read more

Bountiful barbecue

If you’re craving flavorful barbecue skewers, look no further than Waialua BBQ, a family-owned business that opened in June 2019. Read more

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Bring on the barbecue

Pulled pork sandwiches, smoked pork ribs and barbecue are just a few of the dishes you’ll find at Joe’s Backyard BBQ food truck. Read more

Middle Eastern must-haves

Lana Rudgayzer, owner of recently opened Kababa Mama, says she always loved to cook and that, when growing up, family meals were “a big deal.” Read more

Hearty, healthy eats

When it comes to tasty, plant-based plates, look no further than Earth Aloha Eats. Read more

Time to ‘grind’

The next time you’re craving birria tacos, check out the menu at Wicked Grindz. Read more

A-‘maize’-ing snacks

You’ve probably seen photos of Corn Onoz Hawaii’s products all over social media. The biz is known for its colorful take on elote. Read more

Fried and flavorful

If hunger strikes late at night, look no further than Jackson’s Catfish Corner by Gift’d, a red food truck that opened recently at the corner of Kalakaua Avenue and Kapiolani Boulevard. Read more

Bring on the barbecue

Business owner Charles Etsinger remembers making smoked meats and barbecue in 2016 as a hobby. Read more

Taco takeover

Keana Kaopuiki, who co-owns The Taco Plug 808 with partner/head chef, Eric Carlos, remembers how the business actually started “as a joke.” Read more

Some like it ‘hott’

Egg shrimp. Pork and cabbage. Curry chicken. These are just a few of the potsticker flavors you’ll find at recently opened Hott Pot-stickers. Read more

Authentic arepas

“What’s an arepa?” That’s one of the first questions business owner Rosemary Rojas gets when new customers see her food truck, Arianna’s Arepas. Read more

Super stuffed

If you’re craving larger-than-life burritos with generous amounts of fillings, look no further than Ewa Beach-based Fatman’s Haven, which usually roams West Oahu, according to owner Ronald Long. Read more

Local favorites

Banyan’s Island Grill, which used to be located at Waialua Sugar Mill, recently relocated to Honolulu. Read more

Just roll with it

If you’re craving taquitos, tortas, burritos and quesadillas, check out SteveO’s TaquitOs in Waikiki. Read more

Shrimply awesome

The next time you’re craving garlic shrimp, you no longer have to go to Oahu’s north shore. Read more

Super smashed

If the business name Smashed Hawaii sounds familiar, it’s probably because you recognize it from its former location within Ohana Hale Marketplace. Read more

A local favorite

There’s no better way to beat the heat than with a cold, refreshing shave ice treat. Read more

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