Center Consultant – FedEx Office – Wailea, HI

Posted: September 4th, 2012 | Comments Off

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Honokawai Fish Market Is Fan-fishin’-tastic

Posted: February 14th, 2011 | Comments Off

Got Fish

Whether as an alternative lunch or fabulous carry-out, do at home dinner, few outlets on Maui’s west side have better fast food than the Fish Market in Honokawai.

I mean, how could lunch be any faster than an oyster shooter or two (buck a piece!) or a plate of sashimi just pulled from the ocean? (If there were any question regarding the shelf-life of the fish, be assured I’ve witnessed as fishermen deliver seafood snagged but hours ago.)

If you have a little more time, try the ahi “burger,” or better yet, the grilled mahi with shoyu carmelized onions on a soft bun. Any of the three tasty varieties of soup — gumbo, bisque and chowder — serve up immediately and satisfy as quickly.  Salad fans rave about the garden fresh Caesar topped with grilled catch of the day or the house salad made with locally grown veggies drizzled with lavender soy dressings that’s so ono you’ll be back again tomorrow.

Besides fish in every conceivable form (gumbo, bisque, tacos, in sammies, on salads…) Fish Market also prepares pulled pork served in various wrappings, including tasty quesadillas. Crab cakes, ono, mahi, and pulled pork are also presented as a plate lunch for hearty eaters.

Ahi Poke

But it’s the shrimp ceviche, lobster salad, ahi poke and sashimi that have me hooked on the Fish Market. For a perfectly easy to assemble gourmet dinner, order small servings of each, plus six oyster shooters, a container of lobster bisque, and a maybe piece of ocean fresh fish for the grill. You’ll have a delicious and healthy dinner on the table in time to put your feet up before watching the sun set over the ocean.


3600 Lower Honoapiilani Rd #h1
Lahaina, HI 96761
(North of Lahaina in ‘Honokowai)

For really fast food, call in your order: 808-665-9895

Inside dining at the bar, al fresco at a few sidewalk bistro tables. Nothing too fancy, just delicious fish!

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Coffee Gallery: A Chill Coffee Spot on Oahu’s North Shore

Posted: October 26th, 2008 | Comments Off

Coffee Gallery in Haleiwa has that funky, independent vibe chains like Starbucks try to mass-produce: the coffee and specialty drink menus are written on chalkboards overhead. Cute, young baristas have the looks of off-season surfers with the piercings to prove it. There’s a case full of delicious homemade sweets, including vegan stuff. I’m not a vegan, but damnit, hippies make some awesome food.

I always take my out of town visitors here for a coffee and a snack after we’ve done some snorkeling. The coffees are all roasted in-house and you can’t beat the cold drinks. My favorite is the mocha freeze, which is not your average overly-sweetened frappuccino—this baby has some bite. My husband goes mental over all the chocolatey baked goods, like dipped macaroons.

Coffee Gallery’s screened in porch is a perfect place to cool off, relax, and talk for a while. You’ll get some great people watching, too. There are usually the old with their books and the young with laptops (because they’ve got FREE wi-fi), the average joe and the wonderfully eccentric, locals and visitors.

Coffee Gallery is off Kam Highway in the North Shore Marketplace. Map

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CANstruction Honolulu

Posted: August 24th, 2008 | Comments Off

CANstruction combines the competitive spirit of a design/build competition with a unique way to help feed hungry people.

Competing teams, led by architects and engineers, showcase their talents by designing giant sculptures made entirely out of canned foods.

The event is held annually across the United States and currently has 121 participating cities. Honolulu is a proud participating city, helping out those in need by contributing the canned foods used during the event to the Hawaii Food Bank.

CANstruction Honolulu is made possible by AIA Honolulu, C&S Wholesale Grocers, Pearlridge Mall and a variety of other corporate sponsors.

Since Honolulu started participating in CANstruction back in 2006 we have witnessed the great projects that have come from local builders, architects and engineers. This year we had the great privileged of spending time with Fung Associates, Inc. and witness their entry being built from beginning to end. Check out the six hour build shortened to a length of under 8 minutes as they contribute their time and effort to help support the Hawaii Food Bank. You can also browse through our pics of CANstruction Honolulu with photos ranging from 2006-2008.

808Talk Hawaii: CANstruction Honolulu 08

Vote or Donate! Members of the public can also participate by bringing in their own canned food donations to vote for the completed structures. Voting/donations are welcome beginning late afternoon on Saturday, August 23 and continuing through Saturday, September 6.

Remember, One CAN equals One Vote. Make sure that you do what you CAN to help extinguish hunger in Hawai’i since the Foodbank is running low – Every CAN helps! You can vote as many times as you like we welcome your generosity.

CANstruction Hawaii

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