Located within eye-shot of the Waialae Avenue and St. Louis Drive intersection, this small and casual eatery is one of a handful of small cafes wedged ... More
Located within eye-shot of the Waialae Avenue and St. Louis Drive intersection, this small and casual eatery is one of a handful of small cafes wedged between the street and the Manoa Stream Bridge. The setting is very informal, comfortable and filled with personal touches and a genuine homey quality that is very calming. The menu contains a collection of traditional Italian standards like lasagna and pasta with a few homemade specials that are sure to satisfy. Diners range from college kids on dates to families with kids in tow. The yummy and creamy seafood risotto alone makes the restaurant worth a visit. - Lottie Tagupa
I love this food. BYOB makes for a lower bill. It takes time for food to come as it is prepared to order, so order the salad, eat some bread and drink your wine with friends while you are there waiting.
The biggest reason everyone gathers at this beachfront restaurant is the music and the patio sunsets. The sound is "Contemporary
Hawaiian" and appeals to a youngish demographic. The food includes fresh fish, burgers and a tasty club sandwich. The ...
Readers of "Honolulu Magazine" consistently rate this as the most romantic restaurant not to mention one of the top Italian
restaurants at Oahu. The cosmopolitan tropical location is unbeatable, and the service strikes just the right balance between attentive ...
Located in the Pacific Beach Hotel, 26 feet below the surface of the ocean, this restaurant has a view like
no other. It features a 280,000 gallon, three story aquarium with acrylic windows that are four to seven inches ...