Heavenly Island Lifestyle
Heavenly is an all-day cafe in the heart of Waikiki, using local and organic ingredients. A favorite for visitors and locals alike, the restaurant has healthy food options for all diets—and appetites!
Hailing from Australia, Bills is known for its legendary breakfasts, but open all-day serving a delicious, fresh Hawaiian-influenced menu with global touches in breezy and laid back atmosphere.
New Japanese izakaya-style restaurant serving only locally sourced ingredients is located less than one block from Shoreline Hotel Waikiki. Did we mention they have a full sake bar?
Looking for an elegant and innovative dining experience in Waikiki? PARIS.HAWAII’s specialty is contemporary French cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients. Always fresh and always unique, they meld together tropical flavors with the elegance of classic French techniques.
Enjoy local Hawaiian cuisine and a wide variety of dishes using local ingredients at this casual cafe that’s also open late. We recommend the popular “Premium Kobe Style Beef Loco Moco”!
Goofy Café + Dine
Easygoing eatery serving Hawaiian cuisine in breezy, surfer-themed cafe.
Paʻia Fish Market
Paʻia Fish Market, an iconic Maui restaurant, recently opened a location in Waikiki! With huge portions of fresh fish dishes, Paʻia supports local fisherman and depend on their daily fresh catch!
Island Vintage not only serves the finest gourmet 100% Kona coffee for coffee lovers, but also fresh takes on local food with a nod to Hawai‘i’s culinary history.
For those with pure food indulgence in mind, satisfy your desires with Basalt’s ever-changing internationally and seasonally inspired dishes.
Waikiki Yokocho Gourmet Alley
Discover this memorable dining experience inspired by the concept of alleyway dining in Japan. Here you can experience truly authentic Japanese foods as you move from one restaurant to another.
Sky Waikiki is an open-air lounge atop a 19-story building at the Waikiki Business Plaza with almost 360 degree views of Waikiki! Stop by for happy hour and tapas – after 10:00pm, the venue turns into a nightclub.
Roy’s Waikiki Beachwalk receives accolades for its cuisine that melds Asian fusion with Hawaiian fare, seafood and sushi. This renowned restaurant is open for lunch and dinner with tables available indoors or on the breezy lanai.
Since 1995, Alan Wong’s restaurant has received rave reviews from Honolulu Magazine, Wine Spectator Magazine, Food & Wine Magazine and Gourmet Magazine for its Asian-fusion cuisine. The menu is inspired by the diversity of cultures in Hawaii, using freshly farmed ingredients of the Hawaiian Islands.
Located in the popular Ala Moana Shopping Center, Morton’s is known for its perfectly cooked mouth-watering steaks, including its 24-ounce porterhouse.
A beloved addition to Chinatown, Lucky Belly is a small restaurant offers a fusion of Asian cuisine. Known for its creative menu items and ramen bowls, it’s a must for those looking for a unique fare in a vibrant atmosphere. The restaurant offers late-night take at “The Window”!
Town, a dinner-only restaurant located in the hip Kaimuki neighborhood, serves innovative New American and Italian dishes made with local, organic ingredients in a modern atmosphere.
12th Ave Grill
Open daily for dinner, this contemporary restaurant serves a Hawaiian-influenced menu using local ingredients and boasts a great cocktail & wine menu.