October 2012

Biting Commentary

Ko Hana, Hawaiian Agricole Rum

Reviving ancient Hawaiian sugarcane varieties through rum made with fresh-pressed cane.

VJ’s Butcher Block in Haleiwa

A great little butcher shop with Molokai beef and venison and Niihau lamb.

Noodle Tuesday: 8 Old School Saimin Shops

Seeking out saimin.

Happy Hour at Hy’s Steakhouse

Now you can bask in the old-world steakhouse cool of Hy's without having to fork over fifty bucks for steak.

Gr3en Energy: A New Organic Kale Energy Drink

A new organic energy drink by Oahu entrepreneur Alan Joaquin.

Where to Drink for Free in Honolulu

Free wine and sake tastings around town.

Noodle Tuesday: Ramen Sanji

This shop is named after the chef and pirate in One Piece, Japan's most popular manga of all time.

Monsarrat Shave Ice: Find All Natural Syrups at This Too Cute Spot

Mango, strawberry, raspberry, green tea and more.

Where to Go for Father’s Day Dining in Honolulu

Where to go for Father’s Day dining in Honolulu.

Top 8 Cold Coffee Drinks in Honolulu

Favorite cold coffees to keep us cool and caffeinated.

First Look: Ethiopian Restaurant

Honolulu, welcome to your first Ethiopian restaurant. It's called—get this—Ethiopian Restaurant, and it shares a kitchen with a ramen spot.

Hale Aina Happenings, Fish Ponds and Farms

Events with New Zealand's most awarded winery, MAO's annual fundraiser, and more.

Life Foods: Veggie Burgers That Don't Suck

Maui-based Life Foods creates a vegan burger tasty enough to make a carnivore think twice about meat.

Review: Brew'd Craft Pub in Kaimuki

With 16 beers on tap and hundreds more in bottles, it’s almost too much. Almost.

The Best Steak Tartare in Honolulu

In a town where raw ahi is king, a good steak tartare is a rare find.

Spirited Hale Aina Happenings: Drink Up!

Get your spirits up

Where to Buy Lychee Now

Three spots for the season's sweetest.

Beer Bar Report: Honolulu Beerworks

Review: Honolulu Beerworks, the city’s newest craft brewery and brew pub.

Maui Fruit Jewels

Pate de fruits made with mostly Maui fruits

Grass Jelly Bowls at Timi House

A new Taiwanese trend hits Honolulu.

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