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You’ll find lots of great places to dine on Oahu and the choice is endless, from fine dining, happy hours and the increasing number of food trucks on the island.


Food and Drinks

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Tommy Bahama
Roof Top Bar

Tommy Bahama’s Roof Top Bar is located in the heart of Waikiki. The open-air rooftop bar has sand for the beachy feel, fire pits and stunning views of Honolulu. This is a great place to relax with friends and enjoy the live music from 6pm - 9pm daily.


They also have a fabulous happy hour, daily from to 5pm. Our favorite drink on the menu is the Coconut Cloud Martini pictured above and they also have a great selection of appetizers on their happy hour menu.

One of our  fav places for Happy Hour!_#hawaii #hawaiilife #hawaiiholiday #hawaiianvacatio

Hideout at Laylow Waikiki

The Hideout Bar is one of our favorite bars in Waikiki. You will find this cool and chilled bar upstairs by the Lobby of the Laylow Hotel on Kuhio Avenue.  This open air bar and eatery features sandy-bottom fire pits and views of the city.

Get three hours of complimentary valet parking when you spend $25 or more at Hideout.

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Morimoto Asia 

Morimoto Asia Waikiki is located at the Alohilani Resort and is their signature restaurant.

Our favorite hot appetizer on the menu is the Popcorn shrimp tempura, with gochujang aioli, endive, and chive.

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Piggy Smalls

One of our favorite places to dine is Piggy Smalls located in Ward Village. This is the sister eatery of the Pig and the Lady. There is parking right above the restaurant.
Our favorite dish is the fried chicken wings with the money sauce, kaffir lime, shallots, slaw and peanuts. We recommend that you make a reservation.

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Buho Cantina

Inspiration meets tradition where Waikiki meets the sky. Búho offers
south-of-the-border classics with an inventive twist, using the freshest local ingredients.
They only use the freshest, locally sourced ingredients to bring diners south of the border flare combined with traditional aloha spirit.

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Arancino De Mare

There are currently three Arancino locations on Oahu, Arancino on Beachwalk, Arancino di Mare (Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort), and their newest location Arancino at The Kahala (The Kahala Hotel). They serve authenic Italian cuisine and our favorite is the spaghetti allo scoglio, Reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment.

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Yard House

The Yard House is a high-end sports bar chain located at 226 Lewers. They offer over 100 beers on tap from all over the world. Inside the restaurant they have large TV screens mounted on the walls, that show sports from a variety of codes. They have an extensive food menu and also a Happy Hour that runs from Monday-Friday 2:00pm -5:30pm and Sunday-Wednesday 10:30pm till close, Each table has a tablet which shows you photos of the meals on the menu and you can place your order on the tablet. Our favorite dish is the Vodka Shrimp Pasta.

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PF Changs

P.F Changs is located at 2201 Kalakaua Avenue at the Royal Hawaiian Center.

One of our favorite dishes is the hand-folded crab wontons. They feature a creamy crab filling, bell pepper, green onion, spicy plum sauce.

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Deck Bar & Grill

Deck Bar and Grill is located on the 3rd floor pool deck, of the Queen Kapiʻolani Hotel and has amazing views of iconic Diamond Head and Waikiki beach. The Decks happy hour menu runs from 2 to 5pm daily. On offer they have Drafts from $7.00 and $12 Mai Tais. We absolutely love the Bone-in Wings, Black Vinegar Glaze, Macadamia Nut Butter Sauce, Crudité.

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