In historic Chinatown this restaurant offers delicious asian/hawaiian fusion food.
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The Honolulu Harbor is in the heart of downtown Honolulu, so unless you are used to big city life, cruising around this area might be a bit hectic. However, there are many establishments around that are very much worth visiting if you plan it out in advance. Restaurants covering wide ranges of cuisines and quality can be found lining this ...Popular withOutdoorAdventureLocal
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This is one of the best places in town for a handcrafted drink. Thirtyninehotel always brings in great DJs, they have rotating artists showcased on their walls and the outdoor patio is a great place to relax with friends. One of my favorite Chinatown hangouts.Popular withNightlife
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Mardi Gras Carnival comes to Oahu! Chinatown closes the streets to celebrate Mardi Gras with stages of dancing, performances, and music. It's not a party without delicious traditional and local food. Lots of food trucks, restaurants, and vendors selling a variety of food from Soul to Cajun to local eats. Come down to Chinatown during Mardi Gras for a vivacious ...
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A traditional open market in the heart of Chinatown. Nothing fancy, but is a great place to pick up reasonably priced asian groceries or fresh seafood. There always seems to be something new to look at every time I drop by, but at the same time is also like taking a step back in time.Popular withBudgetFoodiesBackpackers
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Dropped by for their grand reveal of their sushi menu. Extensive menu with great prices. Everything was delicious. Rolls were on the average of $8 a roll. They will be serving the sushi menu from 11a to midnight. Yum yum. Met Ted, the other owner, also a great guy. Jenny, our mixologist was on point with my voodoo doll drink ...Popular withNightlifeLocal
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