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HAWAII Magazine's "Hidden Waikiki" Guide: After Dark

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Wailana Coffee House

A massive, 24-hour-a-day menu featuring every conceivable local comfort food dish, old-school American diner staples, big breakfast plates, Portuguese sweet bread French toast, macadamia nut pancakes and the funkiest coffee house cocktail lounge we’ve ever seen. After a long night out, but before bed, Wailana is always ready for us.

1860 Ala Moana Blvd. • (808) 955-1764

Grabbing late night eats at Genius Lounge. Photo by Aaron Yoshino.

Genius Lounge

A laidback backstreet escape from the cacophony of Waikiki's main drags, Genius Lounge offers up a solid menu of Japanese-inspired eats and cocktails (shochu, sake and Japanese whiskys rule here) in a modern-meets-retro, wood-accented setting warmly illuminated by candles and soft lighting. A sublime after-hours spot for noshing and chat.

346 Lewers St. • (808) 626-5362 • Website

Arnold's Beach Bar

Waikiki’s best dive bar isn’t for folks who demand stuff like, say, hand-cut ice, fresh-ingredient-infused cocktails or locks on the bathroom stalls. Despite its name, it’s also a bit of a walk from the beach. But if you’re after a late-night spot where the beer is always cold and cheap, the d├ęcor is quasi-tiki bar, locals are talk-story friendly and the atmosphere is so laid back it’s almost horizontal, Arnold’s is forever welcoming.

339 Saratoga Road • (808) 924-6887 • Website

Check out our 50 other “Hidden Waikiki” picks, listed in these 12 categories …

“Edibles, Pt. 1”

“Edibles, Pt. 2”

“255 Beachwalk”


“On the Edge”

“Fresh Air”

“At the Zoo”



“After Dark”

“Fighting Irish”


… in HAWAII Magazine’s new March/April 2014 issue, available in bookstores and on newsstands throughout the U.S. and Canada, or by subcription in its print edition, or digital editions for iPad, iPhone and Android.

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