Take a Bite: Moving again
Take a Bite is moving!
Take a Bite is moving!
The Moana invites all to try their hands at crafting winning drinks during its Mixology 101 Love of Libations event.
With Hawaii food trending nationwide, and poke the “it” dish of the moment, kama’aina are at odds with mainlanders’ interpretations of the local dish.
Whether you’re a Valentine’s Day traditionalist, or a single seeking to indulge, here are some options for the day of love.
Chef Mavro celebrates its latest AAA Five Diamond Award by bringing back its classic salt-crusted onaga.
The Nook, a hot spot for breakfast, now brings the magic to its dinner and late-night menu.
Chef Mavro makes the Foodie Top 100 U.S. list of restaurants, voted on by some of the world’s top food critics.
Pierre Marcolini brings his luxurious chocolates to Ala Moana Center just in time for Valentine’s Day.
A Google and Zagat survey shows how Honolulu diners’ preferences compare to that of our fellow Americans.
Kam Bowl returns to neighborhood where it got its start on Jan. 27.
Noi Thai celebrated its grand opening with a benefit for Kapiolani Medical Center, creative cuisine and naughty puppets.
When faced with a surplus of seafood last summer, the friends behind Rua Catering did what they know best.
Sushi Murayama hasn’t forgotten to bring fun and hospitality to the table, along with good food.
The Valley Isle is home to all six of Whole Food Market’s 2015 ‘ONO Award winners.
New food and drink concepts will be on the table when Nordstrom opens its new Ala Moana Ewa Wing store in March.
Morimoto Waikiki launches its new R&D menu of happy hour food and drink specials.
IHOP brings back its all-you-can-eat pancake promotion to test your new year diet mettle.
A tea pairing event at MW with Kathy YL Chan reveals teas’ surprising depth and flavor when matched with dessert.
Islands Fine Burgers & Drinks offers extended happy hour on NFL Sundays and a hidden menu for lucky diners whose favorite sandwiches were headed for retirement.
CPK addresses sophisticated diners with a new focus on adding seasonal, regional dishes to its menu, including a trio of Hawaii-exclusive ahi dishes.
Chef Mavro’s fall menu offers all the luxurious details you’d expect during the holiday season.
Arancino at the Kahala’s holiday menu gives diners the option of ending 2015 or starting 2016 with a bang.
A reunion at MW Restaurant marked the return of the brotherhood of Jedi chefs who came of age in the kitchens of Alan Wong.
Master sommelier Dlynn Proctor was the special guest at Azure’s Penfolds dinner.
Pro chefs were joined by dozens of amateur cooks during the inaugural Chef Takeover.