Lumpia, adobo, balut and other Filipino favorites were the stars of the newly relocated Eat the Street, held Friday at Kakaako Gateway Park
Here’s a couple of off-the-beaten path gems that won’t break the bank. Horsemeat hamburger, anyone?
New food on the Kissaten menu means new memories to be made, 24/7
Sarap sarap! Eat the Street moves to a new Kakaako spot with flavors of the Philippines
Worth the drive to Maili (yes, Maili): the best crab boil Olena Heu’s ever had
The Hawai‘i Food and Wine Festival celebrates its fifth anniversary from Aug. 29 through Sept. 13, 2015, with an outstanding lineup of events
Night Market returns to Cooke Street this Saturday with flavors from around the world
You’re hungry, you’re on a budget and you want to sit down: Where to get lunch?
Ward Village’s monthly brunch series is a fun new way to spend Sunday morning