As Chinatown’s popularity has grown, Indigo has continued its fight to stay relevant in the neighborhood.
A new cook means updated pupu items at Kapahulu’s OnStage Drinks & Grinds.
YuZu, like the fruit it’s named for, provides a tangy, fresh vibe and bright experience for the pau hana diner.
Adega is a fun place to hang out and meet a good cross section of people.
Even the happiest hour of the day can fall victim to the reality of living in paradise.
Gazen is a restaurant that straddles two nations: Japan and the United States.
Keep Brick Oven Pizza in mind when looking for a family-friendly pau hana spot in Kapolei.
The Grove is close to fulfilling the role of reliable watering hole.
The Trump International Hotel Waikiki’s sixth floor bar is a sophisticated spot.
Happy hour at the d.k. Steakhouse bar offers awesome sliders and a three-course, dry-aged steak meal.
Rivals Lounge is an anomaly in a part of Waikiki that’s not generally known for a high-end tourist experience.
Giant margaritas and homemade chips and salsa make a trip to Miguel’z Mexican Grill & Cantina worthwhile.
A seat at the Windward Bar at the spanking new Whole Foods Market in Kailua town is a comfortable place to hang out.
Happy hour at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener is another reason for locals to rediscover Waikiki.
Young people in cowboy hats and boots in Waikiki certainly look like fish out of water.
Shirokiya’s Yataimura Beer Garden is one of the best places to get a pitcher of beer accompanied by a dizzying array of pupu.
Surfer, the Bar is practically oceanside, and with its trendy decor and surf memorabilia, it’s a great spot to relax and admire the scenery.
RaKuen in Chinatown is an open, attractive place to grab a drink or two, with darn good pau hana specials and attractive pricing all night long.
No tiki torches and rattan at this old-school Waikiki establishment.
No-frills bar serves up big pupu portions, Hawaiian music and simple libations.
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