Nightlife in Kailua

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


$38 $19


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


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

"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


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


"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


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

Capone’s Comedy Smash III with Sommore & Bruce Bruce at Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall on July 5 (Up to 50% Off)

Capone’s Comedy Smash III with Sommore & Bruce Bruce

Neal S Blaisdell Concert Hall

$54.20 $27


Sommore of "The Queens of Comedy" shares raunchy observations with fellow standup Bruce Bruce

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


Tapa Tower Ballroom at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

$100 $80


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

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The Asian inspiration behind newly renovated K-TV Hawaii emanates from its every corner. From the kitchen, where cooks whip up servings of kimchee ramen, to the private karaoke rooms, which can hold up to 25 people. The rooms are also colorfully designed, splashed with painted cherry blossoms or black-and-white blooms. All rooms are also BYOB until midnight, so friends can sip libations while singing the night away.

1526 Makaloa Street

Whether it’s silky dark chocolate draped over organic fruit fillings or lines of white bonbons stenciled with high-impact floral decals, Ricard Muszynski’s confections wow the eyes long before they touch palates. But Muszynski channels his experience as a gourmet chef to add a layer of depth to his creations not typically found in other candies. He sources his ingredients locally for the handcrafted confections, and Kokoa Bar uses local pineapple, papaya, and mango for their dipped fruits. It’s not just the confections that go above and beyond—bonbon fillings include chili lime, passionfruit, and honey blossom. Visitors can get the candies to go in white boxes wrapped with aqua ribbon, or linger in the café to savor gourmet coffee and ice cream.

150 Kapahulu Ave

When Antonio “Trigo” Da Silva moved to Hawaii in 2007, he found a community of people who wanted to learn more about their own Portuguese heritage. That’s why he opened Adega Portuguesa Restaurant in Chinatown. There, visitors can sample traditional dishes such as Portuguese-style bean soup, Northern Portuguese–style codfish, or bitoque—a dish made by crowning a new york strip steak with brown gravy and a fried egg.

On Fridays and Saturdays, the eatery’s cooks also prepare Brazilian dishes such as feijoada, a medley of black beans, beef, pork, sausage, and bacon stewed with farofa and sliced orange. Beer, cocktails, and imported wines wash back each bite. In addition to tasting traditional foods, guests can dance to live Portuguese music or learn the native tongue in Portuguese language classes.

1138 Smith St

Glenn Chu’s earliest memories of cooking are of watching his Chinese grandmother pluck veggies from her garden in Manoa, fire up a wood-burning stove, and stir-fry the pickings in an oversized wok. While studying and working on the mainland, he learned Western cooking methods, honing his skills to a level that earned one of his recipes publication in Bon Appétit. He draws together this experience to influence his work as Executive Chef of INDIGO, where the blend of Asian, French, and Mediterranean styles is evident in the goat cheese won ton appetizer, the wasabi soy and sun-dried tomatoes on ahi steak, and the sautéed eggplant and pineapple chutney on spicy shrimp. The dining room presents accents of crimson red and high ceilings, while outdoor spaces welcome vacationing demigods.

1121 Nuuanu Ave, Ste 105

The instructors at Hawaii State Ballet aspire to give their students the best possible training in all areas of dance. And they've achieved that goal many times over, thanks to the Junior Company, whose alumni have gone on to dance for the Joffrey Ballet, the American Ballet Theatre, and Ballet West.

The dedicated staff guides students from soft shoes to toe shoes, starting with imaginative classes for 3-year-olds. They also teach adult classes, and branch out from ballet to teach modern dance, Pilates, and advanced Hokey Pokey.

1418 Kapiolani Blvd

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