Food & Drink in Hawaii

$10 for Alcoholic Beverages

Hawaiian Brian's

Ala Moana - Kakaako

$20 $10

Visitors can entertain themselves with pool tables, ping pong, air hockey, arcade games, and live music

Up to 50% Off Hawaiian-Inspired Food at Tilia Exquisite Aloha

Tilia Exquisite Aloha


$25 $13


Traditional café dishes transformed with island ingredients, including taro waffles and yogurt topped with acai berries

50% Off Burgers at Honolulu Burger Co.

Honolulu Burger Co.

Makiki - Lower Punchbowl - Tantalu

$16 $8


Grass-fed, free-range beef from Hawaii serves as the foundation for specialty burgers topped with local produce when possible

Up to 53% Off Chocolate-Making Classes

Ricard Chocolat


$50 $25


Chocolate savants lead students through bonbon creation and offer samples of signature moon pies and confections

Half Off Confections at Kokoa Bar by Ricard Chocolat

Kokoa Bar by Ricard Chocolat

The Queen Kapiolani Hotel

$36 $18

Thick, soft cookies sandwich 1 of 10 flavors of homemade ice cream; chocolate-fountain rental delights up to 200 guests for two hours

50% Off American Cuisine at Cafe Julia

Cafe Julia

Downtown Honolulu

$50 $25

Savory seafood crepes, hearty sandwiches, and old-school entrees such as slow-roasted prime rib

50% Off Teppanyaki-Style Meat and Seafood at Kobe Steak House

Kobe Steak House


$50 $25

Witness the deft, artistic moves of teppanyaki chefs as they grill morsels of meat, seafood, and garden-fresh vegetables on tableside grills

Up to 53% Off Asian Food and Beer at Tsukiji Lounge

Tsukiji Lounge

Ala Moana Shopping Center

$70.49 $33


Enjoy Asian-style nachos, spicy-tuna rolls, a chicken salad & garlic chicken, then wash it all down with a pitcher of Bud Light or Heineken

Half Off French Fusion Cuisine at JJ Bistro & French Pastry

JJ Bistro & French Pastry


$10 $5


Chefs spritz sizzling pans full of shellfish pulled fresh from the sea with signature sauces; eight signature pizzas and four sandwiches

50% Off Fire-Roasted Chicken and More at Diamond Head Kitchen

Diamond Head Kitchen


$20 $10

Fire-roasted chicken recipe developed over years of international travel served alongside burgers and acai bowls

Up to 56% Off iDcard Discount Cards


Ala Moana - Kakaako

$15 $10

iDcards entitle holders to discounts at more than 600 restaurants, shops, and attractions on Oahu, Maui, and Las Vegas

32% Off Italian Meal at Baci Bistro

Baci Bistro


$50 $34

The Italian bistro specializes in fresh-made ravioli and accentuating sauces, mixing mussels, veal, and sausage into noodle dishes

50% Off Picnic for Two

Picnic in Paradise


$40 $20

Pairs enjoy an outdoor picnic out on the beach; picnic bag filled with food from four local restaurants, a tropical blanket, and utensils

Up to 50% Off at Paul's Poppers

Paul's Poppers

Kalihi - Palama

$14 $7


Each deep-fried bite is stuffed with inventive flavor combinations, like the Original's pork, jalapeno, and melted cheddar

Up to 57% Off Sushi and Drinks



$34 $15


Soft-shell-crab roll with fried onions, california roll topped with spicy lobster, and other rolls served with drinks in a chic nightclub

50% Off Japanese-Infused Food at Violet's Grill

Violet's Grill

Kalihi - Palama

$20 $10


Chefs can stir-fry veggies and meats; classic dishes include ahi katsu, shrimp tempura, and chicken teriyaki

Up to 50% Off at Aloha Crepes

Aloha Crepes


$35 $17.50


Sweet crepes come stuffed with everything from chocolate and fruit to nuts and marshmallows; Snowflakes taste like frozen cotton candy

50% Off Japanese Cuisine at Nagomi


Ala Moana - Kakaako

$30 $15


Authentic Japanese dishes such as udon noodles loaded with pork belly, fried rice with garlic shrimp, and grilled teppanyaki rib eye

50% Off at Blue Hawaii Shrimp & Seafood

Blue Hawaii Shrimp & Seafood


$20 $10

Garlicky shrimp, grilled salmon, and other fresh seafood dishes served from the window of a converted blue bus

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Hawaiian Popcorn has been using kettles to harness the explosive power of corn since 1996. Crafted daily from a secret family recipe and all-natural ingredients, the airy snack treats tongues to three of the five basic tastes: sweet, salty, and popped. With a bundle of two 10-ounce ($7 each) and six 2-ounce bags ($3 each), nibblers can share snacks at parties or enjoy kettle-forged perfection on the go. Hawaiian Popcorn uses absolutely no artificial dyes or colors, popping each kernel over a kettle, without ever resorting to using microwaves, air-popping techniques, or sun-scorched sidewalks.

743 Waiakamilo Road

With a futuristic white bar illuminated from below, cushioned benches and luxurious pillows, an expansive dance floor, and a breezy patio—M seems to be ready for anything. The elegant space welcomes revelers for happy hours, private events, and live music, combining the raucous with the refined. Revelers take advantage of the bar's bottle service, feast on specialty sushi rolls, sip expertly mixed cocktails, and resist the urge to fingerpaint on the brilliant white walls.

Ala Moana Blvd

Scare Hawaii recognizes that each of its visitors is unique. One might have a fear of the dark; another might be terrified of skeletons. With this in mind, the haunted house's creators seek to individually stoke each interloper's fear, growing it like the puddle of ectoplasm on a ghost's bed. What goes on inside the house is kept a close secret for maximum effect, but it will include dim foggy corridors, chilling special effects, and sudden spooks by actors.

1009 Kapiolani Blvd.

Cooks at Takahashiya Tonkotsu Ramen prepare their signature dish in the traditional Japanese fashion: slow-cooking every batch of savory-sweet broth for 24 hours with pork, chicken bone, and seven different types of vegetables. Their savory, meaty stews entice appetites with of chewy wheat noodles and the aroma of simmering pork and zesty green onion. The colorful bowls hold tonkotsu and char siu ramen, and sides include grilled dumplings or curry rice.

730 Kapahulu Ave.

There's no shortage of fish joints in Honolulu, but how many of them can claim to be housed in a big, blue bus? Only Blue Hawaii Shrimp & Seafood, a revamped vehicle stationed across from Crane Park in Kapahulu. But people don't flock to this food truck just because it's a truck. No, they come for daily specials such as mahi-mahi in a light butter-lemon sauce and everyday staples such as garlicky shrimp and grilled salmon over rice.

1006 Kapahulu Avenue

Jellybeans, lollipops, gummi bears. Customers of Boardwalk Treats plunge scoops into bins of colorful candies to fill bags with as many as their sweet teeth can handle. These bins are loaded with M&M's in 21 different hues and 60 Jelly Belly flavors. When patrons need to cool off, they purchase cups of the pellet-like ice cream Dippin' Dots, which fit perfectly into BB guns for a battle where everyone wins.

1450 Ala Moana Blvd