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Oahu, Hawaii is home to a variety of stunning waterfalls, including Manoa Falls, Waimea Valley, Lulumahu Waterfall, and more, offering breathtaking natural beauty and opportunities for hiking and exploration.
Kailua Beach is a popular destination for kiteboarding enthusiasts, offering ideal wind conditions and a beautiful sandy beach for an exhilarating and thrilling kiteboarding experience.
The Koko Crater Trail is a challenging and rewarding hiking trail in Honolulu, Hawaii, consisting of over 1,000 steps leading to the summit of Koko Crater, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area and a memorable outdoor adventure.
The Koko Crater Trail sign provides information about the trail's steep incline, reaching an elevation of 990ft, and the rewarding views at the summit of Koko Head Crater, which stands at 1208ft above sea level.
Oceans 808 is a vibrant club in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for its lively atmosphere, live music, and entertainment, offering a memorable nightlife experience for locals and visitors alike.
Honolulu Chinatown nightclubs offer a vibrant and diverse nightlife scene, featuring a mix of live music, DJs, dancing, and a fusion of cultures, providing an exciting and energetic atmosphere for partygoers.
Bambu Two Cafe is a cozy and charming cafe in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for its delicious Vietnamese-inspired drinks and desserts, offering a delightful and refreshing experience for visitors.
The Waikiki Aquarium is home to a variety of seahorse species, including the beautiful and fascinating seahorses, which captivate visitors with their unique appearance and graceful movements.
The beach trees at Diamond Head provide a picturesque and shady backdrop to the stunning beach, creating a serene and tranquil atmosphere for visitors to enjoy.
Turtle Bay Beach Cove

 Retired Oahu Hikes

Mariners Ridge Hike

The Mariners Ridge Hike in Honolulu offers hikers a moderately challenging trail with rewarding panoramic views of the city, coastline, and surrounding mountains from the ridge's summit.

Drive 1000 feet up a hill and prepare to start an accelerating hike from there!  The Mariner’s Ridge Hike offers stimulating views of Koko Head and the Hawaii Kai Marina as you test your endurance, step by step, striding up this continuous mountaintop!

Reach the peak and you will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the Windward side of Oahu. The journey will take you about 30 to 45 minutes to reach the top.

NOTE:  This trail has been deemed private and currently closed to the public.  A new gate has been constructed to keep trespassers out.  Consider good alternatives such as Makapu'u Lighthouse or Koko Head Steps.

Kanealole Trail

The Kanealole trail (Ka ne’ al ole) is considered the heart that leads to many other hillside trails, which also happens to be part of the Makiki Valley Loop.  This is a moderate 1.5 mile hike that climbs up 500 ft through switchback trails in a dense tropical rain forest.

The trail opens up occasionally with windowing Honolulu city views.

Consider starting off with this hike, and even if you plan on branching off to some of the other Makiki Valley Loop trails.

Closed Oahu Restaurants

5. Tenkaippin

Just outside Waikiki on Kapahulu Ave is a well-known Japanese ramen house from Kyoto called Tenkaippin.  If you’re lucky to get one of their 20 seats around the bar or one of the few available tables at this Honolulu ramen spot. 

Owner and chef Tsutomu Kimura, created a creamy chicken and vegetable based broth that is cooked over 10 hours.

Tenkaippin Ramen Restaurant is a renowned establishment that specializes in serving bold and robust bowls of ramen, known for their signature thick and creamy broth that keeps customers coming back for more.

You’ll find many common ramens on the menu along with some unusual creations and specials.  I’m always on the hunt for their specials that don’t last long…but sometimes get lucky.

Like being able to get my hands on a bowl that features garlic steak along with fried garlic slices.  With a small kitchen, only 10 to 20 of these featured bowls are made per day!

Tenkaippin Ramen Restaurant offers vegetarian and vegan options, allowing plant-based diners to enjoy their flavorful and satisfying bowls of ramen.

Spicy fans get to choose level of their tolerance, like in their Umakara (tasty) spicy ramen.  Make sure to order a beer or lots of water if you’re getting level 3!

If you have a developed pallet for organs, innards or tripe, you’ll most likely find it featured in something like a spicy miso double horumon bowl… the menu changes regularly, so you’ll have to see when you arrive.

On the flip side there are some simple bowls that are put together with cabbage, garlic, ginger, chives, and butter corn.

Open – Mon – Thur 11 AM to 1:30 and 5:30 to 8:30

Fri & Sat 11 AM to 2 PM and 5:30 to 9:30 PM, Closed on Sundays

617 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu – Phone (808) 732-1211

Shirokiya Japan Village Walk

Shirokiya Japan Village Walk

Shirokiya Market Place, now known as the "Japan Village Walk" is larger than life!  In fact its close to 45,000 sq ft that masks a replica of Kyoto (a small traditional town located in Japan) with 56 kiosk restaurants serving everything from ramen bowls to gourmet dishes.

It can feel quite overwhelming the first time you walk into the new Japan Village Walk, with so many options to explore, and finding a seat can also be challenging at times as there are only 900 available!

There’s even an entertainment stage in the back with ongoing performances and live music.  I personally get a kick out of their centralized bar that sells $1 beers!

Location:  Ala Moana Shopping Center  Open Daily 10 AM to 10 PM

Phone (808) 973-9111 

Check out more:  www.JapanVillageWalk.com

Piggy Smalls

Piggy Smalls is a trendy and popular eatery in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for its delicious and creative Vietnamese-inspired dishes, offering a unique and flavorful dining experience.

If you’ve been to the Pig & the Lady, then you’ll be a fan of their sister restaurant Piggy Smalls that opened up in the Kaka’ako Ward Centre area.

It’s a simplified menu full of comfort foods that are delicious and worth checking out!

They mainly feature banh mi type fusion sandwiches, creative noodle dishes, and their signature Chicken Pho Soup...and not to worry, they feature their too-die-for LFC Wings and garlic noodles.  I’m a fan of their Burmese Salad, The Pho-Strami Dip made with smoked brisket, and their Fried Kauai Shrimp Po’ Boy sandwiches!

Hours – Mon – Fri 11 AM to 9:30 PM (take out 3 PM to 5PM), Sat 10 AM to 9:30 PM & Sun 10 AM to 3 PM

Location:  1200 Ala Moana Blvd / (808) 777-3588

Check out more:  PiggySmalls.com

Goma Tei Waikiki - $

Goma Tei Waikiki is a renowned restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii, serving authentic and flavorful ramen dishes, providing a satisfying and comforting dining experience for ramen enthusiasts.

Rated as one of the best ramen noodle houses on the island…and happens to be one of my favorites, Goma Tei fits right into the utopia of elite International Market Place restaurants.  Goma Tei is a growing small chain, and now has added their first operation in Waikiki.

So what makes this noodle house so popular?  Their Tan Tan broth is rich and well balanced in flavor, they add a generous portion of nicely smoked char-su pork belly, and garnish it to perfection with vegetables and a perfectly soft-boiled egg!  And to top it off, Goma Tei is probably your best “cheap eats” option located here on the 3rd level of restaurant row.  Open Daily 11 AM to 9 PM

Location - 2330 Kalakaua Avenue, 3rd Level, Waikiki / (808) 732-9188

Check out more at Goma Tei

Alan Wong's Honolulu - Closed

Alan Wong is a highly acclaimed chef and restaurateur in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for his innovative and elevated Hawaiian regional cuisine, offering a dining experience that celebrates the flavors and ingredients of the islands.

Chef Alan Wong opened his doors in 1995 and has been a number one success amongst Honolulu restaurants ever since! 

Wanting to bring the natural Hawaiian elements to the table, Chef Alan Wong tries to keep everything as local as possible to better enhance his creations.

His menu challenges traditional local Hawaiian favorite dishes to take on new unique flavors and twists.  Winning dishes include Steamed Clams w/ Kalua Pork, Ahi Poke Crispy Won Tons, Grilled Mahi Mahi w/ a Wasabi Sauce, and Macadamia Nut and Coconut Crusted Lamb Chops!

$$ Lunch & Dinner, Daily 5pm to 10pm

Location:  1857 South King St, Suite 208, Honolulu, HI Phone (808) 949-1939

Check out more at www.AlanWongs.com

Nobu - Closed

Nobu Honolulu is a world-renowned restaurant located in Honolulu, Hawaii, offering a sophisticated and contemporary dining experience with its renowned fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine.

Nobu has moved into their new Kakaako location in the Waiea Residence Building.  Chef Raso and his staff look to the challenge of reinventing Japanese cuisine into a culinary adventure!

The new 11,000 sq ft Honolulu Restaurants space has a fresh modern & enlighten look, as to its previous location located in the Waikiki Parc Hotel…which was nice as well!

Nobu sets the bar high with the creations they serve and the environment it serves it in!  Don't it pass up for a celebratory dinner!

Great tough choices to be made from their menu...including Sashimi Tacos, Bigeye Ahi Poke, Lobster Ceviche, Black Cod Saikyo Miso, and King Crab Tempura.  From the grill you have Wagyu beef at $32/oz! ...and a long sushi menu, that stands on its own!

Dinner 5:30 to 10pm +

1118 Ala Moana Blvd, Waikiki HI - Phone (808) 237-6999

check out more at www.noburestaurants.com

Kaka'ako Kitchen

Kaka'ako Kitchen is a popular eatery in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for its delicious and diverse menu featuring local Hawaiian flavors and comfort food, providing a satisfying dining experience for both locals and visitors.

More island comfort meals served up at this corner spot of the Ward Warehouse Shopping Center.

Tempura Mahi-Mahi Sandwiches, Seared Ahi Chop Salad, Hibachi-Grilled Chicken Wraps are just a sampling of what to expect at the Kaka’ako Grill.

They are proud to advertise that they use only fresh local grown ingredients to enhance the taste of their creations.

$ Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner, Mon - Sun 10am to 9pm most days

Location:  1200 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu, HI - Phone (808) 596-7488

Check out more at KakaakoKitchen.com

Gordon Bierch

Gordon Biersch Honolulu is a lively brewpub in Honolulu, Hawaii, offering a wide selection of handcrafted beers and a menu of delicious American cuisine, creating a vibrant and enjoyable dining atmosphere.

This lively spot is part of the Gordon Biersch chain of breweries,  but this one is particularly unique for its open air seating, live entertainment, and a menu that promotes the adventurous and delicious island flavors of Hawaii.

Miso Chilean Sea Bass, Pecan Crusted Chicken, Lobster and Shrimp Mac & Cheese, Gorgonzola Bone-in Rib-eye…you tell me that doesn’t make you salivate!

You will find the Gordon Biersch restaurant at the end of the Aloha Tower Marketplace on the harbor.

Don't miss $3 pints all day on Tuesdays!

$$ Lunch & Dinner, Mon - Sun 11am to 1am
Location:  One Aloha Tower, Suite 1123, Honolulu

Da Hawaiian Poke Co.

Is it possible to have two of the best Hawaiian Poke companies across the street from each other?  That’s right, if you can’t manage to park in one of two parking spots at Ono Seafood’s, you might have better luck across the street in the Kapahulu Shopping Center.

Da Hawaiian Poke Co is a popular poke restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for its fresh and flavorful poke bowls made with high-quality ingredients, providing a delicious taste of Hawaiian cuisine.

Da Hawaiian Poke Company happens to be my favorite!  It comes down to freshness and technique when creating similar styles of these popular poke dishes we love.

Poke bowl are quite popular here in Hawaii with a build-your-own option, and some special creations which they have mastered! 

Da Hawaiian Poke Co is a popular poke restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for its fresh and flavorful poke bowls made with high-quality ingredients, providing a delicious taste of Hawaiian cuisine.

Da Hawaiian Poke Company has tasty topping such as a spicy or wasabi aioli, Hawaiian sea salt, sesame oil, Korean chili, avocado, and furikake (a dry Japanese sprinkling seasoning).

Hawaiian Style poke is a traditional dish in Hawaii, featuring fresh raw fish marinated in a flavorful combination of soy sauce, sesame oil, and other seasonings, creating a delicious and refreshing seafood delicacy.

I love their simple yet special poke creations!  I can’t get enough of their Spicy Ahi Poke, Hawaiian Style poke, and their Wasabi Furikake Salmon Poke.

They also have some amazing sushi-bar-like creations that are hard to pass up on, including their “Spicy Ahi Bomb, Maine Lobster California Bowl, and the Shaka Bowl…that will have you throwing a shaka after you see this master piece!  Don’t forget to get a side of their special Blue Crab Potato Salad!

But wait, there’s more!  The onolicious factor does not end with their poke bowls & creations, as they have a few plate lunch menu items that will make it hard to choose from!  Have you ever had an Ahi Loko Moko or a Seared Ahi Bibimbap, or Ahi Katsu!  Oh, and they have a Hawaiian Kalua Pork plate lunch if you’re sick of all the yummy poke dishes!

Open Daily from 10 AM to 8 PM,  Except closes 7 PM on Sunday

870 Kapahulu Ave, Phone (808) 425-4954

Ono Hawaiian Foods Restaurant - $$

Ono Hawaiian Foods is a beloved restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for serving authent

If you’re not planning to attend a luau (where the food is often mediocre and created for the masses anyway), then head to Ono’s!

Get your fill quickly as Ono Hawaiian Foods has announced that they will be closing their doors at the end of August 2017.  They have been loved by the community since opening 57 years ago!  They've had a fantastic run and now it's time to say aloha to them!

One of the Waikiki restaurants that offer good authentic Hawaiian food --  Kalua Pig, Pork Lau Lau, Lomi Lomi Salmon, Haupia and of course…a bowl of poi!  Ono Hawaiian Foods consistently gets rave reviews from both locals and tourists! 

It’s a small location so you might want to arrive a little early, or take it to go and dine back on the beach.

Open for lunch & dinner - 11am to 8pm.

Check out more reviews for Ono Hawaiian Food’s

Pineapple Room

The Pineapple Room is a delightful restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for its creative and flavorful dishes featuring locally sourced ingredients, providing a unique and enjoyable dining experience.

Time to say Aloha to the Pineapple Room after 18 years in business.  Alan Wong has decided it's time.  Get your fill before July 29th!

Another top choice in Honolulu restaurants!  Run and owned by one of Oahu’s top chefs, Alan Wong, the Pineapple room is a great way to dine more casually but still enjoy some of the best island culinary tastes that Oahu has to offer.

Don’t miss the Kalua Pig BLT served on an onion roll –my favorite!  Kiawe Wood Grilled Short Ribs, Coconut Clam Chowder, and Macadamia Nut Crusted Apple Curry Glazed Pork Chop are a sampling of many tasty choices that Alan Wong has created for his menu.

$$ Breakfast Sat only 8am to 11am, $$ Lunch & $$$ Dinner 11am to 8:30pm

Location:  Ala Moana Shopping Center - Macy’s 2nd Fl, Honolulu, HI
Phone (808) 945-6573

Check out more at alanwongs.com/pineapple.com


Morimoto Honolulu is a renowned restaurant in Waikiki, Hawaii, created by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, offering a fusion of Japanese and Western cuisine with innovative and artful presentations.

Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto has been wowing crowds, judges and other top chefs (including Chef Nobu) since the early 90's.  Morimoto has closed its Modern hotel location, but reopening in the fall 2017 in the new Alohilani Resort...formally the Pacific Beach Hotel.

Dinning here is a memoriable experience as you try fused creations such as Hamachi Tacos, Live Octapus Carpaccio, and Crispy Rock Shrimp Tempura.  Don't miss entrees such as their Roasted Keahole Lobster, Crispy Whole Fish, and Wagyu Ribeye Steak that runs $100 itself!  And of course the extensive sushi selection is amazing!

Closed until fall 2017

New Alohilani Resort, Waikiki, HI - Phone (808) 943-5900

Check out more at www.morimotowaikiki.com

Brasserie Du Vin

Brasserie Du Vin is a charming French-inspired bistro in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for its delectable dishes, extensive wine selection, and cozy ambiance, offering a delightful dining experience.

After 9 years, this awesome eatery has decided to close it's door.  Step back into time in this French colonial brasserie that also slowly changes into a rustic Provencal setting once you step into their outdoor alley way seating area.  You wouldn't think you were in Honolulu.

Take a break for a traditional dinner meal, and order the delicious small plates to share while sampling their fantastic wine choices.  Fun table choices include artisan cheeses and cured meats neatly arranged on a wooden cutting board, oysters on a half shell, Pommes Frites (crispy French fries), escargot baked in pesto, garlic, and Parmesan sauce, and different styles of bruschetta.

Arrive for happy hour and the menu is half off –which, by Honolulu restaurants standards, is definitely a steal! Closed as of Jan 31st, 2015

Location:  1115 Bethel St., Honolulu, HI Phone (808) 545-1115

Check out more at BrasserieDuvin.com

Closed Clubs & Bars

Aloha Tower Marketplace

While the Aloha Tower Marketplace is currently under renovation, there are still some fun and alive Oahu nightlife to be found.  There are a a handful of Honolulu bars, restaurants, and different venues for entertainment.

  • Gordon Biersch Brewery - another great spot that anchors the Aloha Tower Marketplace at the end of the pier with harbor views.  I love their inviting open-air environment, and variety of entertainment from Hawaiian to Reggae to Jazz – all which are fitting for the setting!

  • Hooters  - Known for their spicy chicken wings and eye candy service...'nuff said!  Hooters usually has a few "challenges" and events scheduled through out the week.

Retired Hotels

Kai Aloha Hotel

The Kai Aloha Hotel is a boutique hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii, offering a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere, comfortable accommodations, and a convenient location near popular attractions and beaches.

Another great choice amongst the cheap Waikiki Hotels in Oahu!  The Kai Aloha Hotel is a small 3-story Oahu Hotel with only 10 rooms.  The rooms are clean, but have an outdated 1950’s feel about them.

What makes the Kai Aloha Hotel so special beyond the low nightly cost, is its location next to the spacious Fort DuRussy Park and beautiful Hale Koa gardens.

Find the best deals for the Kai Aloha Hotel

Retired Oahu Shopping places

The Kim Taylor Reece Gallery

Located on the quiet side of the North Shore in an area called Scared Falls, is a two-story beach house gallery.  The Kim Taylor Reece Gallery is a special find for those who notice their sign and choose to stop as they drive around the coastal windy road.

The North Shore Galleries in Haleiwa, Hawaii, showcase a diverse collection of artwork from local and international artists, providing a vibrant and creative hub for art enthusiasts.

There couldn’t be a better location to display Kim’s captivating black and white photography, framing the beauty and essence of the Hula performance

His 25 plus years studying the art of Hula and perfecting his ability to capture it on film, has made his artwork specially recognized amongst the Hawaiian community and though out the world.

Many of his signature pieces are framed in Hawaiian Koa wood frames and displayed in large prints through out the gallery.  It’s easy to find the magic and beauty of the Hawaiian culture here in the Kim Taylor Reece Gallery.

Open Mon-Wed Noon to 5pm

Kim Taylor Reece Gallery
53-866 Kamehameha Hwy, Hauula - (808) 293-2000

Learn more about Kim Taylor Reece and his Gallery

Ward Warehouse

Ward Warehouse was a popular shopping center in Honolulu, Hawaii, known for its unique mix of local boutiques, specialty stores, and dining options, providing a vibrant and convenient shopping experience.

You will find a nice variety of shops at the Ward Warehouse, including galleries featuring unique Hawaiian artwork and creations.  Don’t miss the Nohea Gallery, which is well worth visiting on its own.  They have one of the best displays of locally featured artists and their beautiful Hawaiian art. 

Also try to peek into the popular Nea Mea Hawaii Native Books.  They’re not only famous for their extensive collection of books relating to topics about Hawaii, but they are known to host fun events, including some local Hawaiian group concerts. Hula Supply Center also  joined this local Hawaiian shop.

Upstairs you will find a few restaurants and bars that host live music some nights. 
If you’re lucky, you might catch a popular local Hawaiian band playing.  I’ve been fortunate myself to catch some big-ticket groups, and all for the price of a beer.

    Drop by Waiola Shave Ice if you're looking for a special afternoon treat!

Honolulu Nut and Ukulele Company

The Honolulu Nut and Ukulele Company is a charming store in Honolulu, Hawaii, offering a delightful selection of locally sourced nuts and exquisite ukuleles, providing a unique and memorable shopping experience.

If you’re passing through the Eastern Windward side while shopping on Oahu, make sure to stop at this little shopping strip located in Waimanalo.  It’s hard to miss as it resides next door to a local ice-cream shop that is also known for selling Hawaiian shave ice.

Honolulu Nut and Ukulele Company is an unsuspecting gift shop that takes a strange turn once you enter.  The isles are loaded with a huge collection of bagged up nuts and dried Asian cracked seed for sale.  Follow the trail of nuts to the back of the store, and the venue takes a twist into a nice display of ukuleles for sale.  Who knew that nuts and ukulele’s made such a good fusion mix!

Located at:  41-1537 Kalanianaole Hwy Waimanalo - Phone (808) 259-7880

Check out more reviews here

Peggy's Picks

Peggy's Picks is a curated collection of unique and high-quality products, handpicked by Peggy herself, offering a diverse range of items that cater to different tastes and interests.

It's hard not to drive down Kapahulu Ave without turning your head for a glance at Peggy's Picks. It stands out from all other shops with a colorful eclectic mix of treasures that are displayed in Peggy's windows, and just outside her front door.

Step inside and you're in for a special treat, as you'll be  surrounded by an amazing collection of unique finds that Peggy has discovered during her ongoing travels around the world, and locally here on Oahu.  From carved Tikis to tribal Masks to intricate jewelry, there are some great gift items, and special souvenirs worthy of  consideration.

Open Daily 11am to 7pm

Located at:  732 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu - (808) 737-3297

Discover more at Peggy's Picks

Aloha Tower Marketplace

Aloha Tower Marketplace is a vibrant waterfront destination in Honolulu, Hawaii, featuring a variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options, offering a lively and enjoyable experience for visitors and locals alike.

Note:  Currently being remodeled...
Remember walking down to the old abandoned Honolulu Aloha Tower with my brother when we were kids.  Buildings with broken windows and rusted metal framing were all that remained of the original 1926 docking center for arriving cruise ship visitors. 

Today, the Aloha Tower Marketplace has received an amazing makeover, but once again being remodeled.   Let's wait and see what they come up with!

This entertainment oasis is once again a welcoming center for incoming visitors, and now goes far beyond just a welcome port for incoming cruise ships.  It sports some of the best entertainment and shopping on Oahu.

The selection of unique, fun and local shops, hip restaurants, and nightly entertainment has made the Aloha Tower Marketplace a main Oahu shopping attraction, not only for visiting tourists but for locals as well.

Closed Attractions

Ko'olau Golf Course - Permanently Closed on Sept 30th

Ko'olau Golf Course is a challenging and picturesque golf course located in Kaneohe, Hawaii, known for its stunning mountain views, lush greenery, and demanding layout, providing a memorable golfing experience.

The Ko’olau Golf Course could be argued as the lushest green course with the most dramatic views!

The views are simply amazing as this course backs up to the sky scraping Ko’olau mountain range, with shinning aqua blue ocean waters below at the coast side.  The temperature generally stays cooler with clouds moving in and out of the mountains. 

The natural hilly terrain and surrounding ravines gives this windward side course a reputation for being one of the hardest to play on the island, with a 152 slope rating.  The Ko’olau Golf Course was designed by Dick Nugent back in 1992.  The par 72 18-hole course is divvied up over 7,310 yards throughout the rain forest.  You have 4 sets of tees to play off of…I’ll stick to my white tee box!

This course is located about a half hour or less outside of Waikiki.  The club house is nice with full restaurant looking over the course.  There is a driving range, along with practice putting greens available if you need to warm up before teeing off.

Note - there is a waterfall called Likeke Falls, which is worth checking out and is not far from the parking lot.

Location:  45-550 Kionaole Rd, Kaneohe, HI 96744 - Phone (808) 236-4653

Fourever Fab Show - A Beatles Tribute

The Fourever Fab Beatles Show is an energetic and authentic tribute band in Honolulu, Hawaii, recreating the timeless music and spirit of The Beatles, delivering a captivating and nostalgic live performance.

Enjoy an evening filled with Beatles rock n roll classics.  The Fourever Fab has perfected the sounds of this iconic band over the past 20 years, performing timeless classics including 'Hard Days Night', ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’, ‘Yesterday’, ‘Twist and Shout’, and ‘Hey Jude’.

The show starts off in the back of time, the Beatles ‘Black & White’ period, and progresses to their final performances with 'Here Comes the Sun' & 'Yellow Submarine'.

Sing and dance the night away with so many great songs to choose from - no 2 shows are alike.

Closed Oahu Services

Aloha Trikke was a cool standing electric scooter service that offered tours through Waikiki and Ala Moana Park.  They unfortunately closed up their shop when COVID started.

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