The music scene in Hawaii is as eclectic and multicultural as the islands are themselves. Almost every genre of music be be heard in many venues across the state. Popular spots for larger concerts/shows include the Blaisdell arena, the Hard Rock Cafe and Waterfront at Aloha Tower. There are other smaller venues with regular nightly music including several places in Chinatown in the Art District we recommend Triple Door, Soho’s and Netdoor. In Waikiki there is entertainment nightly in many hotels and restaurants, we like Tiki’s at the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel and Lulu’s at The Park Shore Waikiki for folks staying on the Diamondhead side of Waikiki.
Renna Facebook friend asked us if there was one Hawaiian staple food we had to choose what would it be. While we’re not foodies we love to talk about it. It really is a tough choice because there are so many great dishes in this question gave us a chance to discuss some of the favorite Hawaii foods. Yelling and I agree that Poke was an absolute must if you had to try one staple from Hawaii. Ahi Poke is the freshest raw IE mixed with onions shoyu, sesame seed oil and Hawaiian sea salt. It’s served chilled and there are many variations to this amazing dish.
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