Archive for April 2012

A Princely Meal

Find sumptuous offerings at Prince Court. A restful meal at Prince Court means leaving the frenetic hustle of Waikiki behind, if only for the duration of a short meal. Here, the intoxicating sights, smells and tastes of the Islands offer… More >

Shopping Trends

Over the years, Waikiki has transformed into a shopper’s paradise, with trendy and tony retailers offering the latest in apparel, jewelry and more. All within walking distance, shoppers will find that this tourist landmark is a fashion gold mine with… More >

Breaded Winners

Tonkatsu is no stranger to Hawai‘i menus. Here, tonkatsu—a breaded pork cutlet—and its cousin, chicken katsu, are staples at plate lunch eateries and even casual dining, sit-down restaurants. However, at Tonkatsu Ginza Bairin, you’ll get the “real deal,” so to… More >

Plenty at Steak

Waikiki is a Meat Lover’s Paradise. We expect a lot from our favorite steakhouses. From the depth of the char on a New York strip, to white linen on the tables and wood wainscoting on the walls, the perfect steakhouse… More >

Home on the Range

Go gun clubbing in Waikiki. You’ve surely seen the posters around town—a beautiful, Asian woman in a frilly blouse prominently toting a shiny silver firearm. Sort of looks like an ad for “secretaries who go off the deep end” or… More >

Waikiki Farmer’s Markets

Royal Hawaiian Center Farmer’s Market 3:30-7 p.m. Tuesdays 2201 Kalakaua Ave. (808) 922-2299 King’s Village Farmer’s Market 4-9 p.m. Fridays. King’s Village 131 Ka‘iulani Ave. (808) 237-6340 Mahiku Farmer’s Market 4-8 p.m. Thursdays. International Market Place – Waikiki… More >

Eau Baby!

Get a new scent for spring—whether you’re looking for something sexy, ultra-feminine or subtly sophisticated, there’s a fragrance out there for you. DFS Galleria Waikiki 330 Royal Hawaiian Ave. [C:7 Waikiki Map] (808) 931-2700 Sephora 2250 Kalakaua Ave. [C:7 Waikiki… More >

The Army Museum

It’s hard to imagine—in these tranquil, aloha-filled days—that the massive, reinforced concrete building on the shores of America’s most famous beach was once an active military fort. Constructed in 1911, it was fitted with high-powered guns that could hit targets… More >

Last Call Misalucha

She’s known for her big voice, humorous, yet spot-on impersonations and her effusive personality. Lani Misalucha brings her Vegas-style show to the intimate setting of the Magic of Polynesia Showroom for a limited engagement. The international phenom performs everything from… More >

Into the Wood

Some of the most beautiful pieces in Hawaiian decor are made from koa. It is valued for its hardness, strength and rich golden colors that range from light to dark. Koa wood has vibrant grain markings and often comes with… More >

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