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HAWAII Magazine's "Hidden Waikiki" Guide: Edibles, Part 1

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Gorilla in the Cafe

This compact, modern café is our favorite Waikiki spot for coffee. The reason? Its slavish devotion to brewing and selling only Hawaii-grown beans—all from farms producing and roasting some of the coffee world’s most highly lauded beans (Rusty’s Hawaiian and Isla Coffee from the Big Island’s Kau district, for starters). 

2155 Kalākaua Ave. • (808) 922-2055

Hawaiiana Café & Sushi

Tucked—some might say, hidden—near the entrance of the real world-retro Breakers Hotel, our top Waikiki hole-in-the-wall for a grab-and-go ahi poke or spicy ahi bowl also features a menu of fresh-made sushi, ahi salads, noodle dishes, chirashi bowls and a tasty garlic shrimp plate lunch. Inexpensive, fresh and tasty. 

The Breakers Hotel, • 260 Beachwalk • (808) 772-8879

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 subscription, on the Apple iPad Newsstand and on the Amazon Kindle!

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