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- 91%Local Culture
- 70%Nightlife Lovers
- 61%Luxury Travelers
- 61%Family Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Green Travelers
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- Side Street InnOct 20, 2013
Not just another sports bar, this is where you'll find some of Honolulu's top chefs hanging out after hours. That's how good the food is here -- don't miss trying the kalbi short ribs. Most plates are huge, meant for sharing by groups, so bring your whole entourage and settle in to watch the game.
- Side Street InnMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2First to ReviewAug 16, 2013
Delicious menu of Hawaiian, Japanese and Chinese cuisine. Lap cheung fried rice, deep fried hamachi collar and steak were amazing paired with beer. It's a good place to watch sport games, too.
- Side Street InnCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8Jul 30, 2013
Side Street Inn is a staple Hawaiian establishment. Locals and tourists have frequented this award winning restaurant since its beginning. It's a great place for groups and is family friendly. Portions are huge, so definitely made for sharing. Some of their specialty dishes are fried pork chops, famous fried rice, kalbi, chicken katsu, just to name a few. There's always a lively crowd at night.Recommended for
- Side Street InnMar 12, 2013
They serve all the amazing local goodies that you'd expect from a Hawaii eatery, but there aren't too many options other than salads for the healthy eater. Though if you don't care about that, definitely try the Kim chew fried rice and the fried pork chops!
- Side Street InnMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Feb 16, 2013
Huge family style portions of locally inspired food. The garlic fried chicken and the fried rice seem to be the go to orders. The original location on Hopaka street is smaller, but the food seemed a bit better. Go in for lunch and check out all the daily specials.
- Side Street InnMember ofFoodiesJul 05, 2012
4.5 but the side street inn ale kicked it to five. anyone who makes friends and creates a brew for their restaurants wins major points in my book.
we met up with an old friend here while on vacation, and boy did it exceed expectations. it was slammed but they made room for us and we only ended up waiting maybe 10 minutes.
we ordered a round and then took to the menu. deciding on family style so we could have it all! service, atmosphere, everything was great. and leftovers kept us smiling about this place a day later.
my thoughts and faves:
-yes, the pork chops are famous for a reason.
-kim chi fried rice
-sashimi and poke
definitely a go-to - especially with all the touristy spots around here. i wish there was on one on the mainland.
- Side Street InnJul 05, 2012
Bar food with a splash of haute cuisine. The spicy chicken was to die for. Zippy's may have their version of Korean Fried Chicken, but Side Street Inn's version blows away all the competition. It's mainly a sports bar, so don't go expecting anything more but great food.
- Side Street InnMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8Jul 05, 2012
Every city needs a gastro-pub that DOESN'T call itself a gastro-pub where you can watch community based events (aka Sports or Politics) and eat and drink with creative abandon. This is Honolulu's unpretentious yet highly consistent answer to this critical civic need. Also Bourdain approved goodness. Very near Ala Moana shopping center and a great late-night hangout in Honolulu/ Waikiki area.
Address:1225 Hopaka St, Honolulu, HI 96814
Total Reviews:14 Reviews
Open Hours:Mon - Fri: 10:30 -1:30pm, Mon-Sun 4:00pm -12:30am