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Arthur’s – Foster Tower Hotel, Waikiki / fine dining Continental cuisine; excellent Steak Diane; earned Holiday Magazine’s top award for culinary excellence. Art Stuman owned Benson Smith drugstores in Hawaii.

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Chuck E. Cheese (Aina Haina) – Aina Haina Shopping Center / Remember the animattronic pizza wars? The founder of Atari founded Chuck E Cheese’s, then brokered a deal with Brock Hotels. Brock then broke the deal and contracted another aninatronics company to come up with their own pizza theater show (Showbiz Pizza). CEC sued and won a big settlement, but then went bankrupt a and was bought out by Showbiz. Then Showbiz pushed out their original animatronics company, but apparently forgot that they owned the rights to the shows, at which point they rebranded under the Chuck E Cheese name.

Comito’s – in a smaller hotel in Waikiki on Nohonani Street (or possibly Nahua) / 70s era fine dining Italian restaurant. Lin Comito was the owner and also had a smaller restaurant, for a short time, also called Comito’s, downtown on Merchant Street next door to what is now Murphy’s.

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Jojan Restaurant – Waialae Shopping Center (where the ramp to Barnes & Noble is now) / Opened around 1960 by Joe Fatt (of Joe Fatt’s Barbecue across the street) and Jan Moresi. Later became Reuben’s and then Spindrifter.

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Kaimuki Inn (the original, where Big City Diner is now) – Waialae Ave, Kaimuki / Opened in 1932 by Taru Takara (George’s Inn) and Kana Teruya. Partnership shares in the restaurant changed among the Takara family from 1934 to 1950; popular family eating place and neighborhood bar.

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Evergreen and Green Turtle – Kapiolani Blvd, across KGMB TV/ Old school coffee shop fare, opened by Harry Seigi Uehara, retired owner of Kewalo Inn (Son George became head chef at the Kapiolani Columbia Inn). Oroku Oral History Eugene Kaneshiro on the Evergreen: “That was a restaurant where you go there when you had an occasion. There was a tablecloth, waiters wore white shirts and bow ties, very formal kind of-you go there to dine, not to eat. Columbia Inn is a place where you could go to dine, but more than likely you’d go to eat.

Flamingo Royal Lanai – next to Bakery Kapiolani, across the KGMB studio, on Kapiolani Blvd / A little upscale from the Flamingo family style restaurants (on Kapiolani, Ala Moana Blvd, and Kaneohe). Prior to that, it was the Green Turtle, where pro wrestler Ripper Collins used to dine. Later another Flamingo opened up in Pearl City by Mr. Lee.

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Brian was 11-12 years old and escorted people to the remote bathroom. Dwayne Johnson, “The Rock” was a waiter for a while during the early 90s. Brian’s mom used to supply the fresh basil. If you ever had any dish with fresh basil, it was supplied from Brian’s mom’s garden at Makiki park. It’s a long story why they closed, avoiding greed could have stopped it. Roberto put a bunch of computers in the dining area trying to download every song on the internet and make bootlegs, neglecting the restaurant. Brian worked for Roberto when he needed help but he paid him below minimum wage, and sometimes not at all. All he had to do was pay me normal wages, or quadruple wages – ($15/hr in 2003) like he did for his family. The front area turned to a cockroach ridden, cigarette smelling bank of computers downloading pirate music 24/7. Jade Moon came in to eat and was disappointed, she was right. It was no longer the same as it was.

Four Star Chop Suey – Maluniu Ave, across the old Jeanlu toy store in Kailua / It was your typical chop suey joint with big round tables and a glass case for manapua, pepeau, etc next to the cash register. Their manapua filling was dark red and juicy.

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Lau Yee Chai – mauka-side junction of Kuhio and Kalakaua Ave, Waikiki / THE place on the island for Chinese banquets; large block-sized property in Waikiki, where half of it was a magnificent Chinese garden that was great for the kids to play after dinner. There were many large banquet rooms and garden dining pavilions in addition to the main restaurant, all beautifully decorated in Chinese style, and a large garden pool with Koi.

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Like Like Drive Inn – 745 Keeaumoku St. / Like Like Drive Inn was started by James and Alice Nako in Hawaii in 1953 and has been family owned and operated since the beginning. The legacy continues with daughter, Dora, son in law, Roy Hayashi, and their family. As a Keeaumoku Street mainstay for over 60 years, it has become a Honolulu landmark, attracting local families and tourists alike, officially designated by the State of Hawaii as a place of historical interest.

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La Mex – Waikiki / Was always hopping after work. Reasonable priced good food with llve entertainment.

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Bubba Gump Shrimp Co – Ala Moana Center @ 3rd level Ho’okipa Terrace / Theme restaurant of the namesake movie. Menu was cajun/New Orlean’s influenced. Owned by Landry’s, same owner as nearby Mai Tai Bar, thus shared the same kitchen. Closed in February 2021 due to leasing renewal dispute.

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Manoa Chop Suey – Corner of East Manoa Road and Huapala Street / Owned and run by the Goo family, later by ‘Buck’ and Clara Goo. It was originally Manoa Market from 1930 until circa 1975, when the Goo’s opened a Chinese (Cantonese) restaurant. The space was later a Baskin Robbins ice cream shop and a Bank of America branch, before becoming a Starbucks.

Aarons atop the Ala Moana – Ala Moana Rennaisance Hotel penthouse / scenic views of Honolulu and Ala Moana Beach, upscale pacific rim cuisine. Aaron’s immediately followed Nickolas Nicholas, which was in operation there from 1986 to 1985.

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George’s Inn – Ewa/mauka corner of Keeaumoku and S. King Street (formerly Royal Palm Inn); shared parking lot with Civic Auditorium / Opened in 1950 by Taru (George) and Chiyoko Takara. Started out as a bar with pupu’s then expanded menu to include entrées such as steak and lobster. Popular spot for locals going to Civic Auditorium events. Demolition of the Civic Auditorium in 1974 and S. King Street becoming one-way affected the business.

Little George’s – Ala Moana Blvd (across the Gold Bond Bldg) / opened by George Matsuoka, who managed the Pearl City Tavern for 10 years before it was sold to Japanese interests. Little George’s was a fine dining affair, specializing in steak & lobster.

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Doe Fang Enterprises – Aina Haina Shopping center, Ewa of Chuck E Cheese / Crack seed store with all sorts of candies, snacks, manapua, pork hash, Icee, etc. Doe Fang was owned by Uncle Clayton Chang since 1996. On Saturdays Uncle Clay had manapua to sell that he picked up at Char Hung Sut. The store was remodeled and reopened in 2021 as House of Pure Aloha.