Nightlife in Honolulu

Sampler Plate with Eight Craft Beer Samples or Weekday Lunch at The Fix Sports Lounge and Nightclub (50% Off)

The Fix Sports Lounge and Nightclub

Honolulu

$38 $19

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Beer and sampler platters with options for wings, sliders, ribs, and fries

Movie Outing for Two or Four at Doris Duke Theatre (Half Off)

Doris Duke Theater

Makiki - Lower Punchbowl - Tantalus

$20 $10

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Honolulu’s sole art house screens contemporary and classic independent and international films

Kama'aina Tickets to New CabaRAE Variety Show, August 21–24 and September 4–7 at 8 p.m. (Up to 20% Off)

CabaRAE

Tapa Tower Ballroom at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

$100 $80

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A seven-foot-tall yodeling dominatrix shares hosting duties at a cabaret show that may feature acrobats and record-holding hula hoop artists

"Peter Pan" at Blaisdell Concert Hall on Friday, August 8 or Saturday, August 9 (Up to 34% Off)

Peter Pan

Neal S. Blaisdell Center

$67.75 $45

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Ballet Hawaii's "Peter Pan," starring Maki Onuki and Jonathan Jordan, brings to life J.M. Barrie's tale of never growing up

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu at Waikiki Shell on July 20 at 5 p.m. (Up to 36% Off)

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

Waikiki Shell

$38.80 $25

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"Japan's Ambassador of Cute" candies the senses with cartoonish sets, fetching fashions, and catchy pop

"The Mikado" at Blaisdell Concert Hall on Friday, June 13 or Saturday, June 14 (Up to 50% Off)

"The Mikado"

Multiple Locations

$90 $45

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Gilbert & Sullivan's comic opera tells the tale of an emperor's son and the common-born girl he loves

Select Local Merchants

Tsunami's is a flurry of light and energy, both beneath the vibrant lights of its chic lounge and amongst the chefs in its bustling kitchen. In the latter, Executive Chef Aaron Fukuda—former chef of the renowned Sam Choy's kitchen—darts between simmering woks and grills, overseeing his kitchen crew members as they whip up a Honolulu magazine-lauded menu of modern Asian meat, seafood, and vegetable dishes. Out in the lounge, bartenders whip up Asian-inspired specialty cocktails beneath the glow of hanging lanterns instead of a burning ceiling fan. Next door, a game room hosts rows of glimmering dartboards. On weekend nights, DJs fill the room with vibrant music after the staff clears away tables and chairs to expose dance floors.

1272 S King St
Honolulu,
HI
US

Scream Team creates new nightmares by bringing already existing ones to life, drawing upon horror staples such as demonic clowns and decaying zombies for their fully immersive haunted houses. In 2011, a rogue’s gallery of cinematic madmen—from Michael Myers to Freddy Krueger to Nick Nolte—brought hypothermia to the spines of patrons tiptoeing through Hollywood Horror, which ran alongside the blood-spattered carnival of Twisted Fun House. Their houses stay open through the end of October and then, like an office of candy-corn salesmen, vanish after Halloween.

660 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu,
HI
US

Created by local indie rocker Josh86 and his business partner, Serena Hashimoto, as a comfy, stylish diner to lounge about, the Downbeat Diner & Lounge attracts famished lunch munchers and night owls with a vegan-friendly menu of American classics. Patrons can sprawl out in the funky-patterned booths before downing the American burger, which is topped with cheddar and doused in house sauce ($7.50). Those who wake up late can still snack on the breakfast menu all day, filling bellies with the Loco Moco, a gravy- and egg-slathered burger or veggie patty ($7). Like the vegetarian superheroes of the 1930s, every menu item has its vegan foil—even dairified desserts such as the milkshake ($5) and meaty meals such as the bacon, lettuce, avocado, and tomato sandwich ($7.50).

42 N Hotel St
Honolulu,
HI
US

JPS Dressers, a Paul Mitchell Focus Salon, arms elite stylists with professional products to streamline unruly manes. Beautifiers consult with clients and the minutes from weekly psychic appointments to determine desired styles, then skim off frayed edges, unlock knots with brief complimentary massages, and outfit noggins with custom coifs ($45–$75 for haircuts). Gentle corkscrews spill over shoulders after permanent-wave treatments ($75–$125), and all-over-single-process-color sessions ($75–$125) drench locks in fresh hues. Stylists lather up and tuck tendrils into new 'dos ($45–$75) or accentuate natural beauty with soft glazes of makeup ($45–$75) to play up prized features and downplay third eyes.

1936 S King St
Honolulu,
HI
US

The friendly staff at Lisa's House pairs cold beer with pupu platters and fresh seafood—all served in a fun, laid-back atmosphere. Diners can fuel up before limerick-style rap battles with an array of poke plates, including spicy Korean salmon poke ($8.75) and fresh Hawaiian-style ahi poke (market price). Lisa's House also serves chicken ($7.75–$8), pork ($8.75 each), and steak dishes, including the house-specialty New York steak awash in ginger-cilantro pesto ($9.75). Patrons who are concerned about sinking their steeds during dolphin rides can dine on lighter fare, diving into more than 15 pupus, including kim chee kamaboko dip ($7.75) and portobello fries ($7.75).

3250 Ualena St
Honolulu,
HI
US

Apartment 3 flaunts the chic side of belly-warming comfort cuisine with its menu of appetizers, sandwiches, entrees, and more constructed from as many locally and sustainably sourced ingredients as possible. Share fantasy bocce-ball-team picks while sharing The Yard Sale, a seasonally handpicked myriad of pickled veggies, on-location cured meats, and goat cheese lightly sprinkled with olive oil ($13), or dunk thirsty french fries in a tank of Sriracha ketchup ($7). Meat, vegetable, and white pizzas ($11–$12) sate circular cravings, and the Italian Dog, a mozzarella-dressed meat tube with tomatoes, basil, and balsamic, lubricates the stomach's elaborate system of levers and pulleys ($11).

1750 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu,
HI
US