Open Hours: 6pm-11pm daily (limited menu till 2am)
Billing itself as a "cafe and wine bar," this restaurant is rather unique, especially given its central Waikiki location. The ... More
Billing itself as a "cafe and wine bar," this restaurant is rather unique, especially given its central Waikiki location. The menu is equal parts Japanese and Continental, while the decor is several steps up from anything else in the area. However, the prices are low. The menu items range from scallop terrine ($8) to Italian pasta and fried garlic rice. The restaurant is tucked away in an upstairs corner, which makes it feel somewhat private. There is a bright and cheerful dining room and a breezy, shaded balcony.
This place has a very nice atmosphere, especially on the small outdoor area. The food is delicious, small portions, but most people order an appetizer and dinner and share everything. It is almost like tapas but better. I highly recommend the ahi tartar! So good!!! The wine list is also very comprehensive with great choices. I have been back many times and every time it is delicious! You can't go wrong. I'd try to make reservations if you go and try to get a table on the lanai.
Sleek, chic and modern, this is the perfect place to grab a latte or a mochaccino at any time of
day or night. This store was the first Kimo's location and has been open for seven years. In addition ...
The velvet rope might be an institution in some cities, but it hasn't become too prevalent in Honolulu yet, and
certainly not here. The only requirements at this relaxed Waikiki dance club are that you be ready to party ...
The three spacious dining rooms here are almost always packed with tourists and residents alike. In addition to regional Mandarin,
Szechuan and Cantonese dishes, the restaurant serves excellent prime rib and a great lobster and crab combination. One must ...