With such a great variety of places to eat and drink here, I thought we could make a list to share everyone’s’ favorite places.

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Side Street Inn
1225 Hopaka St.
Honolulu, HI 96814
Ph 591-0253

Really good food, the prices are a bit high, but that’s because the portions are big, its family style so you should go with a group of people. Don’t forget to try the Pork Chops and Fried Rice.
Amuse Wine Bar (Honolulu Design Center, second floor)
4:30-10:30 p.m. daily
1250 Kapiolani Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96814
Ph 237-5428

Great place to sample wine.
Gyu-kaku is across the street too.
Henry Loui’s2850 Paa St.
Honolulu, HI 96819
Ph 833-3728

Nice little restaurant karaoke bar.
These all seem like good choices. I would favor the Honolulu Design Center location, just because I have never been there. :-)
Hey Mike. Yeah the Amuse Wine Bar would probably be the best place to talk story; the other two places can get a little noisy at times. My last day on swing shift is next Thursday (Getting off Friday morning), Saturday night I have family plans, but I should be free most other evenings, what’s your schedule like? I’ll shoot an e-mail to the other two guys who showed an interest in getting together to see what’s up with them.
Hey Kaimana, thanks for the posting, this is exactly the kind of restaurant information I was looking for. It’s been a bit more than a few years since I’ve been to the Big Island, but now when I go back, I’ll definitely know where to go.
JJ Dolan's on Bethel street in Downtown is pretty good. Great Pizzas, and good selection of beers. You also can't go wrong with the beers at bar 35.

As far as eateries, I second Side street Inn, but would also recommend The Shack.
If you guys like Thai food, you should check out Kookie’s Thai Kitchen, 1326 Middle St, by Fort Shafter. The beef waterfall salad is out of this world and if you really like spicy, try the green papaya salad. The only bad part is that parking kind of sucks, they only have four parking stalls behind the restaurant so most of the time you need to look for street parking. But the food makes the parking hassle worth it.
Kunio Restaurant in the Waikele Shopping Center has some really good japanese food. I had the sushi, butter fish and hot sweet sake, it was really good.
I'll freely admit I know very little about the dining out here. I've been on Oahu for over a year, but I rarely go out to eat.

Would love to gain some insight from the rest of you--looking forward to checking out Side Street Inn at the next meetup (14 Nov)!
Uncle Bo's Pupu Bar & Grill
559 Kapahulu Ave.
Honolulu, HI 96815
Ph 735-8310

Really good food, you'll be surprised by the interior, not what you would expect from looking at it from outside.




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