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Hawaiian fare gets a waikiki welcome

Very few chefs maintain the ability to surprise diners 10 years after their debuts, much less 30-plus years, yet Chai Chaowasaree defies all norms. Read more

Full speed ahead

Among the most stable of establishments is Wade Ueoka and Michelle Karr-Ueoka’s MW Restaurant, which rose to the various shutdown challenges by offering family and frozen meals to-go, as well as baked goods and produce straight from farms. Read more

Let the good times roll

After spending a year accustomed to the sound of silence, stepping into Bourbon Street on Alakea, with its live band and full-on party vibe, felt like venturing into a movie set in a different era. Read more

Hearty, Hong Kong-style comfort food

Most locals see Sandy’s as a standard, nondescript Chinese café with a handful of displaced items on the menu, but breakfasts — offered until 10 a.m. — are a reflection of its roots. Read more

Hole in one

Like many people at the start of the pandemic, Tim Veling suddenly found himself out of a job. The former Hawaiian Airlines employee decided to use the downtime to pursue a hobby he'd been interested in for years — bagel making. Read more

Spice up your life

Indian cuisine is one of my favorites. Whenever I traveled in pre-COVID times, I'd always seek it out in major cities, filling up before returning home to a limited scene where we might see one new restaurant opening every five years. Read more

New menus are par for the course

Every year, spring comes and goes with little fanfare because we know the season returns. But this spring felt more meaningful, a true awakening as society — in a coronavirus slumber for a year — started coming back to life.

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