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Jackson we find so irresistible? We love Trivia Night as much as you do… Read More. It's an "OK" place. We go every February and that is most likely the off season. Either way, there are really no other places to go and anyone under 21 may not be able to get in.
There is one other place on Kuhio So your 20 year old may be able to get in.
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I'm not sure about whether the 20 year old could pass for over Get tickets at Hula's. Someone Over 21 buys them and you could probably get the under 21 year old on board.
It's tucked down a short lane just off of Lewer Street; once you turn the corner, just walk maybe feet, and you'll see the entrance to the bar on your left.
It's opposite the honolulu entrance to the Aston Waikiki Joy Hotel a great, gay-friendly lodging choice. In Between Waikiki draws a predominantly male crowd and is a relaxed place with a gay noise level and personable bartenders. It's a good spot to hit before continuing a couple of blocks north along Lewer to Bacchus Waikiki. Consistently one of the best restaurants in Hawaii for locally sourced, farm-to-table contemporary cuisine, Town is a short drive north of Waikiki in the eclectic and increasingly food-driven Kaimuki neighborhood.
The domain of talented chef Ed Kenney, Town is nightlife sophisticated but relaxed space, which is nice whether you're in shorts and T-shirts or out celebrating a special occasion.
The food is a departure from most of what you'll find at even very upscale resort restaurants, with a focus on regional American, Mediterranean, and some Asian ingredients.
Typical treats include polenta, pancetta, bitter greens, and a sunny egg at breakfast; hand-cut pasta with Big Island beef ragu or baby arugula with beets, fennel, and orange at lunch; tombo a type of Hawaiian tuna with green lentils, summer squash, escarole, and roasted tomato at dinner.
Save room for the "milk and honey" buttermilk pannacotta.