The commercial heart of Chinatown revolves around its markets and food shops. Noodle factories, pastry shops and produce stalls line the...
An institution since 1904, this market sells everything a Chinese cook needs: ginger root, fresh octopus, quail eggs, jasmine rice,...
Hawaiʻi Heritage Center
Local volunteers with family ties to the community run this friendly gallery that displays changing historical and cultural exhibitions...
Filled with aloha, this indoor-outdoor watering hole has a dizzying 100 domestic and international bottled beers to choose from, plus...
Always packed, this Vietnamese restaurant holds fast to its hard-earned reputation for serving Honolulu’s best pho (Vietnamese noodle...
Ba Le information
This fluorescent-lit bakery-cafe is part of a Hawaii-wide chain established by a Vietnamese immigrant. Best known for its chewy baguette sandwiches, it crafts equally chewy coffee, either hot or iced, served with loads of sugar and milk. Also at 1154 Fort St Mall.