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EGGS ‘N THINGS: WHERE IT FEELS LIKE HOME
Upon walking into any Eggs ‘n Things location, one feels as if they have entered their parents’ home or even into their grandparents’ house. The decorations are modest, with pictures of old Hawai‘i hung on its bright solid-colored walls, and wooden tables and chairs that have stood the test of time. The food and drink offerings are timeless, with options that are cherished by people of all generations.
CAFE KAILA: HONOLULU’S BEST BRUNCH
Chances are if you see clusters of people somewhere within the Market City Shopping Center, they’re clamoring to dine in at Cafe Kaila. A Market City mainstay for the past 14 years, it serves classic and beloved breakfast, brunch, and lunch fare. Options range from crispy chicken and waffles to an extensive selection of baked goods, and other things in between. Leading the way to serve all of these things with aloha is none other than Chrissie Kaila Castillo.
TIKI’S GRILL & BAR: CELEBRATING ITS 20TH ANNIVERSARY WITH FOOD, DRINKS, AND ALOHA
Come on down and join our Localicious® partner and celebrate at Tiki’s Grill & Bar for its 20 Year Anniversary this Sunday, October 16 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. with food, drinks and Aloha. Enjoy live entertainment with the folks at Tiki’s at the same time helping the Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative and Hawaii Foodbank.
BASALT: REIMAGINING AMERICAN AND LOCAL FARE
by Blessie Vergara
At the heart of Duke’s Lane Market & Eatery is its treasured full-service restaurant and bar, BASALT. Named after the bedrock of the Hawaiian islands, it pays homage to the fact that Hawai‘i is multicultural and multiethnic. This is reflected in how the restaurant is decorated, how the staff treats its guests, and how the menu is curated. At BASALT, modern American cuisine meets local fare, and the team of chefs put their own spin on classic dishes. Leading the charge is Executive Chef Keith Steel Kong.
MARIPOSA: FLYING TO THE HIGHEST OF HEIGHTS
by Blessie Vergara
Upon entering Neiman Marcus at Ala Moana Center, one is whisked up three sets of escalators, met with a chandelier of sequined white butterflies, and is brought to the open-aired paradise that is Mariposa. In clear view from both the interior and the exterior of the restaurant is the gorgeous Ala Moana Beach Park and the Pacific Ocean. Just as you’ll find at other Neiman Marcus subsidiaries, a Mariposa diner can expect to be treated with excellence and to partake in superb cuisine.