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Pau Hana Patrol: International fare awaits at The Street in Waikiki

The Street is a cheery collection of food stands with central seating on the ground floor of the International Market Place. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Cheesecake Factory Kapolei offers tasty items at good prices

The Cheesecake Factory in Kapolei is a bit of a drive for town folks, but unlike the Waikiki location, it offers a happy hour. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Hank’s offers happy-hour sliders, tacos in Kakaako

Happy hour brings Hank’s into the Kakaako evening scene, but not too far into it. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Chef Chai maintains reputation for tasty creativity

Chai Chaowasaree is a name well-known to Hawaii gourmands, and deservedly so. It does not disappoint in any respect. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Chinatown mainstay Bar 35 hosts classy happy hour

Bar 35, with its stylish andunpretentious vibe, indoor and outdoor settings, and delicious, delicate pupu and pizza is the way to go for pau hana. Read More
 

Pau Hana Patrol: Basalt evolves into pleasing place for pau hana

In the last year, the happy hour menu at Basalt has been expanded, improved and made far more valuable. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Best of 2018

The top picks for happy hour in 2018, according to TGIF. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Stripsteak Waikiki adds new pau hana items

Last month, Stripsteak expanded its happy hour menu to include a few more substantial options. Read More
 

Pau Hana Patrol: Waikiki Brewing’s Kakaako outpost hits the spot

You can’t really go wrong with a pau hana at Waikiki Brewing Company. The beer is marvelous, the food is classic yet still intriguing, and the atmosphere relaxed and easy. Read More

Longhi’s Ko Olina beckons with serene setting, attractive drinks

The food may be somewhat lackluster, but sitting in the shade with a cocktail is a great way to pau hana at Longhi’s Ko Olina. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Food and fun at Johnny Rockets Kapolei

Rock ‘n Fun, the bar at Johnny Rockets, is a place where you can take a break by yourself, meet friends or even have a drink while your kids are occupied at the arcade nearby. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Wok-Kiki offers bargains, but doesn’t skimp on variety

Wok-Kiki Buffet & Bar is one of those “hiding in plain sight” kind of places. Nonetheless, the place is a pleasant, matter-of-fact spot for a pau-hana treat, with its own parking, an interesting selection of Chinese dishes on its buffet and great deals on drinks. Read More

Aulani’s ‘Olelo Room a stunning spot with just a touch of Disney

The lounge at Aulani in Ko Olina is one of prettiest of them all on Oahu, with menu items that will amaze — and just the right amount of Disney magic. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: Little Sheep makes hot-pot tasty, fun

Little Sheep’s decor combines industrial-tech with contemporary chic. While pipes and ducts cover the ceiling, the walls are clad in horizontal wooden slats, giving it a Danish-modern look. Read More

Maya’s offers wine, tapas for North Shore guests

Maya’s Tapas and Wine, next to Coffee Gallery in the North Shore Marketplace, offers an array of Mediterranean tapas, small savory Spanish-style dishes and wines from around the world. Read More
 

Pau Hana Patrol: Frozen beer, sliders are highlights at Morimoto Asia

There’s a certain curiosity factor attached to a restaurant owned by Masaharu Morimoto, he of “Iron Chef” fame. Read More

Stormy’s Gastropub offers delicious food, relaxing atmosphere

Stormy’s Gastropub provides a relaxing hangout for both locals and visitors. The atmosphere is casual, with a friendly, laid-back North Shore vibe. Read More

Pau Hana Patrol: What It Dough makes vegan dreams come true

Pizza can become a pretty heated discussion. Perhaps the most unique of the island’s pizza places, What It Dough is a proudly vegan outdoor eatery on Monsarrat Avenue. Read More

Surfing Pig offers pau hana in Kaimuki

The Surfing Pig dares to go where many others have gone before: a stretch of storefront on Waialae Avenue between 12th and Koko Head, previous home to Salt and Hale Ohuna. Read More

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