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Like fashion, food comes in and out of style. Take the coconut. Once considered a novelty drink of the tropics, coconut water has shed its husk and is now packaged in sleek, 14-ounce bottles, selling for $3.50 a pop. If Diane Ragone has her way, the next food to rise from the ashes of changing cultures and tastes will be breadfruit. What’s more is it just might curb world hunger along the way.
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It’s safe to say that the Outrigger team is pretty excited about the latest new shop to open at the Waikiki Beach Walk. And with good reason. Candy Bar Hawaii is a mecca of beautifully-displayed candy and snacks from Hawaii and around the world. Dirck Noordhoff, Managing Partner of Candy Bar Hawaii, took the time to tell us about his delicious new venture (and offer us a sample or two!).
Approximately 25,000 people will head to the 13th annual Waikiki SPAM JAM in May to enjoy a selection of delicious SPAM dishes from Hawaii’s favorite local restaurants. Admission is free, and all proceeds generated benefit the Hawaii Foodbank. Festival-goers will be serenaded by Hawaii’s best island music groups, and will have the opportunity to purchase Hawaiian arts and crafts, as well as SPAM® merchandise – from T-shirts, to shorts, to slippers. And if that’s not reason enough to get your SPAM® on, here are five things you didn’t know about Hawaii’s most mouth-watering food festival.
This holiday season, Outrigger Resorts is saying Mele Kalikimaka with festive holiday activities in Waikiki. From a special canoe arrival to breakfast with Santa, visitors and kamaaina alike are invited to join us to celebrate in the season! Here’s a peek at some of the fun scheduled this month!
With Thanksgiving just a week away, those of you planning trips to Hawaii for the long weekend may be trying to figure out what the holiday looks like in the islands. In a nutshell? It’s just like the comfort of the holidays back home. Minus the winter coats. And when it comes to meal planning, we’re here to help. Waikiki offers a diverse array of cuisine, from Hawaiian food, Asian-fusion, Mexican and more. Here’s a peek at three restaurants we’d recommend visiting for Thanksgiving, if you’re looking for a more traditional turkey dinner.
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