Archive for May 2013

Siamese Dream

Restaurant Siam Square offers up delicious Thai fare. There’s nothing more satisfying than discovering a tasty gem of a restaurant, except for maybe chancing upon one while on vacation. Tucked away on the second floor of a quaint building on… More >

Main Squeeze

Nestled along Monsarrat Avenue, you’ll find a unique juice bar called Juice Box. Its simple, no-frills decor lets you focus on what’s important: healthy juices and smoothies prepared fresh with locally sourced fruits and vegetables and no added sugars. With… More >

Brunch Bunch

Early risers don’t have to have all the fun… If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, then brunch is its much cooler cousin. Breakfast has you up at the crack of dawn—brunch sashays in at, oh, say… More >

Mr. Big

Get ready to be transported to a 1950s burger joint when you step into Teddy’s Bigger Burgers. Known for its tasty, reasonably priced burgers, Teddy’s is a local and tourist hotspot and their Waikiki store located across from the Honolulu… More >

To Market, To Market

Feast on global flavors at this Sheraton Waikiki eatery. Hawai‘i is often referred to as a melting pot, and no other aspect of life here in the islands exemplifies this more than at the dinner table. At any potluck party,… More >

In The Mix

Happy Valley Pasta & Pizza restaurant serves a unique blend of Italian dishes with a Japanese twist. Located along Monsarrat Avenue, Happy Valley attracts a mix of tourists and curious locals eager to explore what dishes like Karaage Chicken and… More >

Savor the Islands at Hula Grill

By Maria K. Regan Enjoy Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine in an indoor-outdoor setting with an ocean backdrop. Hula Grill serves up the fresh flavors of Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine in a setting that evokes the comfortable elegance of a 1920s Hawaiian plantation… More >

Splish Splash!

The ocean that surrounds our islands is filled with a rich aquatic life that you cannot find elsewhere in the world—and the same is true for the Waikiki Aquarium. Located on the shoreline of Kapi‘olani Park, the aquarium is one… More >


The dance of the Hawaiian Islands is on display throughout Waikiki. While the origins of hula are widely debated, it is agreed that the dance has been a part of life in the Hawaiian Islands since ancient times. Some popular… More >

A Soundtrack for Beachside Fun

They burst on the Hawai‘i music scene as mere teenagers with their instant hit, “Local Boys.” Na Leo has gone on to national and international success with tunes such as “I Miss You My Hawai‘i,” “Flying with Angels,” “Poetry Man,”… More >

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