Island Living

  • Helena’s Hawaiian Food

    Family owned and operated since 1946, Helena’s serves traditional, local Hawaiian food and is a favorite for tourists and locals alike. The diner in simple, casual, and the food is 100% classic!

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  • Rainbow Drive-In

    Rainbow Drive-In has been serving Hawaiian classic plate lunches since 1961. Family owned and operated, there are now four locations throughout Oahu. While the prices aren’t as low as when they opened with $0.25 hamburgers and $0.14 fries – the prices are still reasonable and its a great place to go when you need a quick bite!

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  • Side Street Inn

    Side Street Inn is a classic chefs hangout in downtown Honolulu. This casual lounge also serves as a fun karaoke bar for after your classic cocktail, the Side Mui and kimchi fried rice or fried porkchops, two of the local favorite dishes.

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  • Waiahole Poi Factory

    Originally a Poi Factory for 70 years, The Waiahole Poi Factory was built in 1905. It closed it’s factory in 1970’s and wasn’t until 2009 did it reopen as a poi factory and homemade Hawaiian food restaurant.

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  • Zippys

    With 14 locations, Zippy has been family owned and operated since it opened in 1966. Zippy’s looks similiar to a classic American Diner but serves up hearty, local, Hawaiian comfort food like laulua, kalua pork, musubi, and chicken katsu. Expect Hawaiian twists on the traditional American dishes on the menu like hamburgers, fried chicken, all day breakfast, apple pies, and ice cream floats.

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