Even if you don’t watch “Hawaii Five-0,” you’ll appreciate the new signature drinks at Tropics Bar & Grill.
The food offered during pau hana at Hula’s Bar & Lei Stand in Waikiki is surprisingly good.
Heading to Ryan’s Grill for happy hour is like catching up with an old friend.
Amuse Wine Bar and the bar at Stage Restaurant are hopping these days.
Check out the “working man’s Side Street Inn” at Any Place Lounge in Moiliili.
With its central location, free parking and value-packed menu, Chez Kenzo is worth a visit during happy hour.
A stop at Kahala Mall finds Tex-Mex comfort food and affordable happy-hour specials.
You won’t be disappointed with Peter Merriman’s new outpost at Ko Olina.
Unless you know where it is, Cactus is easy to pass by in Kailua without realizing it.
There are reasons to hang out at The Study at the Modern Honolulu — but saving money isn’t really one of them.
Round Table Waikiki serves up discounted drinks and food weekdays starting at 3 p.m.
After opening at the Royal Hawaiian Center in 2008, Doraku Sushi has expanded with a second restaurant on Kapiolani Blvd.
One of the best things about living in Hawaii is that no matter how crowded and busy it gets, there’s almost always a refuge nearby.
Sarento’s at the Top of the I is coolly attractive, an object lesson in timeless poise and chic.
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Head to Ward Centre for wood-fired pizza and cheap microbrews during happy hour.
Budget-conscious diners (or drinkers) can shave their bill quite a bit at Five-Star International Buffet’s happy hour.
At a bargain price, you can enjoy an evening out in tourist heaven.
Dave Newman and his crew have built up a formidable following in just four months by pouring killer drinks and serving up great food.
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