And these guests often want to do one thing — beside bask in the sunshine that likely don’t have back in Wisconsin: eat.
So where do you take your visitors to nosh on local food?
Fellow Nonstop blogger Melissa Chang (@Melissa808 to a lot of you) put together a gallery last month of her favorite eateries to take out-of-town guests. On the list are staff favorites Shokudo Japanese Restaurant, Kaimuki Grill and Boots & Kimo.
So we thought it would be fun to get a rundown from Melissa herself on today’s Cat Chat.
Got a question? Got a better place to take out-of-town guests? Just got something to say? Post your comments here! And subscribe to Nonstop Honolulu on YouTube!
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Today is the first day of the annual Cat’s Gift Ideas for those hard-to-shop-for folks on your Christmas list. I’ve decided to put these in gallery form, so you can check out the past ideas, too. Got a gift idea? Send ’em my way at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAT’S GIFT IDEAS
SHOPPING DAYS LEFT: 24
Tickets to "Cats"
PRICE: $35 to $60 each
THE GIST: The longest running show in Broadway history, "Cats" returns to Hawaii with all of its feline fantastic-ness. Shows run from Dec. 28 to Jan. 2 — and tickets are still available online at www.ticketmaster.com.
THE ADDED BONUS: You can print out tickets from your computer and, viola, instant gift!
BEST FOR: Broadway fanatics, cat lovers and anyone on your list for whom you haven't shopping.
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