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HAWAII Magazine’s "75 Places to Eat Like A Local": Grab & Go

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The food at this venerable drive-in—known for its large menu of loco moco, Hilo's ultimate comfort food dish—is hit-and-miss. Order right, though—the monster Kilauea Loco with its Spam, mac salad and chili "lava flow" for starters—and let moco mania begin.

939 Kilauea Ave., Hilo, Big Island • (808) 935-8683 • Website

Gulick Deli

Oahu's closest match to the local food take-out paradise that is the Big Island's Hilo LUnch Shop are Gulick's two Honolulu locations. Tell the staffer behind the trays of sushi, hot dog musubi, shoyu and fried chicken, tempura, corned beef hash patties and more to grab the biggest empty take-out box, and have fun filling it.

1812 Gulick Ave., (808) 847-1461 • 1936 S. King St., (808) 941-2835 • both in Honolulu, Oahu

 Check out our 70 other “75 Places to Eat Like A Local” picks, listed in these 15 categories …

“Grab & Go”

“Comfort Food”





“From the Sea”

“Luxe & Local”

“Bar Food”






“Cool Ethnic”

… in HAWAII Magazine’s new November/December 2014 Food Issue, available in bookstores and on newsstands throughout the U.S. and Canada, or by subscription, on the Apple iPad Newsstand and on the Amazon Kindle.


Photos: David Croxford (pg. 1, top), Derek Paiva (pg. 1, bottom)

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