Nightlife in Kane'ohe

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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
Honolulu,
HI
US

Bizwala Events treats Honolulu-area singles to nights on the town, speed dating, and salsa-dancing soirees, igniting the spark for future romances while getting folks out of the house. Whether participants are looking to have fun, settle down, or just meet another person to discuss their Napoleonic War diorama hobby with, Bizwala's social outings make it happen. Guests sip cocktails as they chat with dozens of potential dates during speed-dating sessions, or groove to Caribbean rhythms during salsa dance lessons. Beyond helping clients improve their social life, they give folks a chance to discover new nightclubs, bars, and party venues for future revelry.

541 Lauiki St. Suite #7
Honolulu,
HI
US

The drinks and revelers at Hush Bar & Grill are all perpetually awash in the soft glow of neon light. Illuminated as well are the walls covered in hand-drawn murals of singing ducks, exaggerated figures, and other whimsically bizarre creatures. On an average night, this colorful glow mingles with the aromas of vaporizer smoke and international cuisine. The modern bar's kitchen turns out upscale pub food such as wontons, house poke, and small plates of marinated beef to complement its range of upscale spirits and cocktails. A pair of dart boards and two private karaoke rooms, meanwhile, entertain patrons between bites and sips.

747 Queen Street
Honolulu,
HI
US

The Fix Sports Lounge and Nightclub pairs live music and televised sports with a menu of burgers, chicken wings, and ribs. Diners can build their own burger masterpiece or order one of the burger specialties, such as the Nuannu with ham, pineapple, and teriyaki, or the Bethel with chili and cheddar cheese. Customers can also smother their other carnivore cravings with tender ribs. TVs and projectors broadcast sports, and on evenings live DJs and bands energize the lounge.

80 S Pauahi St
Honolulu,
HI
US

Voted one of the city's best bars by Honolulu magazine in 2009, Tsunami's woos patrons with chic, minimalist furnishings, a flavor-packed menu, and artistic plate presentation. Chef Aaron Fukuda molds minced ahi with sriracha aioli into a savory sculpture with his spicy ahi bowl ($8). Inventive versions of classic pub fare include the half-pound Tsunami burger ($8) and the kalua pig quesadilla served with scallion sour cream and hoisin barbecue sauce ($8). Friends or handcuffed strangers can go splitzies with teriyaki fries ($6) or poke balls, which are rice balls encrusted with ginger- and soy-braised pork ribs and accompanied by hoisin barbecue and pickled cabbage ($10 each). Complete the lounge experience with a beer ($4–$5), mixed drink ($6+), or sake shot ($6–$12) under the modern drop lighting of Tsunami's bar. Valet parking is available, and Tsunami's stays open until 2 a.m. to accommodate night owls and ambitious Californian sleep swimmers.

1272 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