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Filed under: Posts — SunDub @ 08:47:30 pm

Hawaii Night Spots

Magoo's is just off of University Ave. in Manoa by the University of Hawaii. On any night you can find every bit of the demographic represented here. What's not to like pitchers ranging from 5-8 dollars, pizza, burgers, steak, sushi, and all kinds of reasonably prized good tasting food. Magoo's is definitely a sweet college spot to cruise, drink, meet people. Open until 2am.

Mai Tai Bar is located on the third floor of Ala Moana on the Terrace. This is an open air bar with beautiful waitresses, live music, and the best part not one, but two happy hours so you get can get crunk in the early afternoon in the evening. Features a wide variety of beers and mixed drinks. Plus they don't mess around with the mixed drinks, very very strong. This writer once found himself in the planter outside and denied access back in. If you're going on one of the weekends, get in there early cause it gets packed. Definitely a local hotspot.

The W is located just along the beach towards the end of the Waikiki strip when heading in the Diamond Head Strip. This is one of the nicest places to go. It's probably wise to get your drink on early so you can make do with only a couple drinks there cause it's expensive. but hey if you're feeling like a ballah, or got the credit to support then go there and let the well flow. The ladies will love you... until you realize that you were a one hitter quitter and that was your paycheck. And for the ladies, make the guys buy you drinks. They should.

Ocean's. I remember when I first walked into this spot and thought I was in Hedonism. Kay, not really, but this local guy never saw women dancing on tables if it wasn't a strip club. I never saw the novelty of Ocean's but hey it's cool I suppose. I you're 23 you'll enjoy access to this place every night. Yep, that's right, 23 and over, the only night 21 and over is on Thursday. So be there early on that night. Drinks are I've been told, cheap compared to mainland drink prices so if you like "chance em".

Hawaii Night Spots to be cont....

Late Night "Grinds"(Good Food)
Some great late night place "fo grind", eat, can be found all over. One you have to check out is Zippy's. Open twenty four hours a day and is found all over. It's very reasonably priced and has pretty quick service. You can dine in or eat out(dining in is onw-two dollars per item more expensive). Known for it's Chili Zippy's is becoming a house hold name and you can find it some of it's offerings in the frozen food aisle at any grocery store and supposedl you can order it online. Yet to test that one but will get back to you when I do. It's chili is definitely "winnahs".
Sanoya's is open until 3am each night and is located on King St. It has some of the best Ramen. Get the Udon set and get Udon noodles, fried chicken katsu, and kim chee for a little over six dollars. I recommend getting the chicken donburiya(fried chicken in batter and coated in egg and a special sauce) over ramen noodles. Now that will "broke da mouth"(taste good).
Suhsi King is a bit further down King St. and features many specials after 10:30pm. The basic special comes with a salad, miso soup and six huge pieces of sushi for under 8 dollars. After midnight the price of sushi drops to half price. Good deal and they serve a variety of beer and sake. Finish the one big bottle of sake and they'll put your name on it and post it. Sushi King has recently opened up in Vegas so if you'e curious and closer to Vegas I suggest giving it a try.


Pidgin is the local slang that is used throughout the islands. Depending on what island or even parts of an island you're from, the dialect changes. It is actually a creole and not a pidgin (the one thing I learned in Linguistics 102).
I've been incorporating some words in the blogs. I'll do my best to explain them but I recommend coming to the islands and hearing it yourself.
It's really funny because the way I talk is the only way most people know I'm local. I grew up here but I look like I'm from the mainland. The only way people can tell is if they listen. It's pretty funny. When I was younger it used to piss me off but as I've grown older, I've come to know that what matters most is I know who I am and where I'm from. A little preaching there, sorry, anyway, if you come to Hawaii, you might have to listen hard but it's fairly simple. A "d' replaces "th", we rarely drop the "g" from "ing".
As I write I realize it isn't that simple. Oh, well, tough luck bra. nah, just joke. I'll do my best to give you all tips. Well until the next edition.

Next up:
Night Spots cont.
Late Night "Grinds" cont.
More Pidgin
And "woteva" pops up.


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    Comment by packerguy600 [Visitor] — 04/06/08 @ 15:32

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