Shorefyre Fresh Grill and Bar

Restaurant Week Hawaii Menu Coming Soon!


Spending time in Waikiki is a blast, but it can take its toll on you. From the beautiful beaches to surfing the blue waters, shopping and having fun, there are many ways to spend your day and burn through your energy. You need to start the day off right then keep fueling up to truly enjoy all Hawaii has to offer, that’s why we’re here.

At ShoreFyre we cook up delicious food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With a full bar at hand, we create some of Hawaii’s signature cocktails all in a laid back, casual setting. We make everything fresh with aloha spirit to create tastes and flavors that will recharge you no matter what’s on your itinerary.


LOCATION/CONTACT

  • International Market Place
    2330 Kalakaua Ave Ste 396, Honolulu, HI 96815

  • (808) 672-2097

  • Price range per person: $$ – $20–30

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HOURS

  • Breakfast, 8am–11am

  • Brunch, 11am–2pm

  • Lunch/Dinner, 2pm–10pm

  • Late Night, 10pm–1:30am

Stripsteak

Restaurant Week Hawaii Menu

Waipoli Greens Salad
red beet ‘noodles’, shaved vegetables, kukui nuts
balsamic vinaigrette, pomegranate molasses

Entrée (choice of)
8 oz Daily Local Catch

OR

10 oz USDA Prime New York Strip

OR

18 oz USDA Prime
35 Dry-Aged Kansas City Strip
$30 supplement
served with truffle whipped potatoes,
shoyu-glazed Aloun Farms green beens

Accompaniments
U-10 Diver Scallop – $8
Broiled Kona Lobster Tail – $25
Alaskan King Crab Oscar – $18
Trio of Sauces – $6

Chocolate Devil’s Food Cake
fresh strawberries, chocolate pearls

$59 per person
tax and gratuity not included

Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of food-borne illness.


Presenting an evocative and modern twist on the classic American steakhouse, STRIPSTEAK Waikiki offers a refined yet edgy, sexy yet elegant approach to the steakhouse experience. A modern yet welcoming ambiance with design that reflects the local culture and sensibilities, STRIPSTEAK is the steakhouse evolved. Precision at its finest.

A new genre of modern steakhouse, Chef Michael Mina has created a fun and innovative menu, bold in flavor and diverse in inspiration. A highly seasonal and ever-evolving menu reflects the best of local ingredients and global flavors. At STRIPSTEAK, hand-sliced cuts of prized Japanese, Australian and American beef are the star, prepared in Chef Michael Mina’s signature preparation – first slow-poached in butter then seared to perfection. The freshest seafood is flown in on a daily basis for shellfish and raw bar selections, while Skewers & Small Plates, Sushi & Salads, Entrées and Sides round out the menu.

A carefully curated wine list focused on boutique offerings from Bordeaux, Spain, Napa and Australia perfectly complements the STRIPSTEAK experience while artisanal cocktails are handcrafted for before and after dinner libations. All juices, tinctures, bitters and syrups are be hand-squeezed and housemade, while a variety of ice and glassware help to accentuate the drink program and overall experience. In addition, STRIPSTEAK offers a robust selection of Scotch and Japanese whiskeys.


LOCATION/CONTACT

  • International Market Place
    2330 Kalakaua Avenue, Suite 330, Honolulu, HI 96815

  • Offering validated parking

  • (808) 800-3094

  • Price range per person: $$$$ – $40+

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HOURS

  • Open daily, 5pm–10pm

The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina

Restaurant Week Hawaii Menu Coming Soon!


Hawaii's only foodie food court; the vision in the words of Chef Michael Mina:

"I created The Street to capture that sense of excitement and celebration. It’s one giant overflowing table where our family of masterful chefs create innovative cuisine with serious crave appeal. Treat yourself to a culinary journey.

Dig into a steaming bowl of ramen or a mouth-watering burger. I know it’s an experience you’ll want to share time and again.

I want The Street to be your place to gather with friends and family whether the occasion calls for a casual lunch, mid-week dinner out, or an after-hours drink. That’s right, after-hours. When the sun goes down and our lights dim, the beats go up, the drinks keep flowing, and the crowd gets louder.

Whatever you’re craving, it’s on our menu. And open seating means there’s always plenty of space for a bite of sparkling conversation with a side of savory music, and of course, some pretty superb food, too."


LOCATION/CONTACT

  • International Market Place, Street Level
    2330 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815

  • Offering validated parking

  • (808) 377-4402

  • Price range per person: $$ – $20–30

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HOURS

  • Monday–Wednesday, 8am–9pm

  • Thursday–Sunday, 8am–10pm

  • Bars open 1 hour after station closures

Mi Almita Cantina

Restaurant Week Hawaii Special:
‘Fiesta Feast’ Dinner for Two

Appetizer (shared)
Chicharron de Calamar

Salad (shared) – choice of:
Hugo’s Caesar Salad or Mercado Salad

Tacos (2 tacos per person, 4 total) – choice of:

  • Beef

  • Pork

  • Chicken

  • Fish

  • Shrimp

$30 (does not include tax and gratuity)
Supplement: +$10, choice of two (2) frozen margaritas


Mi Almita Cantina Waikiki delivers a love letter to the classic flavors and coastal ingredients of the best of Mexican culture brought to life by James Beard Award-winning chefs Hugo Ortega and Michael Mina. Mi Almita Cantina brings fresh, locally-sourced Mexican food to O’ahu making this the destination for the best tacos, enchiladas, nachos, chilaquiles and more craveable creations meant to satisfy hungry Hawaiian islanders and tourists alike.

Guests enjoy elevated food in an approachable, casual environment, thanks to the use of bold flavors, spices, and traditional recipes perfected from generation to generation. Complete your dining experience with refreshing frozen margarita, or any of our signature creations from our frozen cocktail bar and neighboring tiki bar, the Myna Bird. Mi Almita – Spanish for “little soul” – is as much a thrill for the senses as it is for even the most discerning diner’s palate and soul.


LOCATION/CONTACT

  • International Market Place, Street Level 1, Mauka Court at The Street
    2330 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815

  • (808) 377-6915

  • Price range per person: $ – Less than $20

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HOURS

  • Breakfast: 8am–12pm

  • Lunch: 12pm–5pm

  • Dinner: 5pm–10pm

  • Happy Hour Specials: 12pm–5pm

Kona Coffee Purveyors | b. patisserie

Restaurant Week Hawaii Special:
Kouign Amann Sundaes
Available from 3pm–10pm during Restaurant Week Hawaii

Dirty Chai Pie Sundae
Kona Coffee Kouign Amann
KCP “Chai latte” sauce
graham cracker crust crumble
Fior Di latte ice cream
Lightly sweetened whip cream

Pumpkin Hazelnut Sundae:
Pumpkin Kouign Amann
Salted Caramel sauce
Toasted chopped hazelnuts
Fior Di latte ice cream
Lightly sweetened whip cream

Peanut Butter & Jelly Sundae:
'Fruit jelly' Kouign Amann
peanut butter feuilletine
Chocolate ganache sauce
Fior Di latte ice cream
Lightly sweetened whip cream

$10 each


Gourmet French bakery of James Beard Winners, Belinda Leong and Michel Suas paired with gourmet Kona coffee from master roaster, Raymond Suiter. Delicious fresh-baked French pastries and sandwiches paired with delicious espresso, coffee and craft beverages to satisfy any thirst in a modern space.


LOCATION/CONTACT

  • International Market Place, Kuhio Mall Entrance (First Floor)
    2330 Kalakaua Avenue, #160, Honolulu, HI 96815

  • (808) 450-2364

  • Price range per person: $ – Less than $20

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HOURS

  • Daily, 6am–10pm

Herringbone Waikiki

Restaurant Week Hawaii Menu

A GIFT FROM THE KITCHEN
Miso Cured Foie Gras au Torchon
smoked sea salt, pão doce

FIRST | CHOICE OF
The Avocado
avocado mousse, hamachi ceviche, crispy wonton

Caprese con Mozzarella di Bufala
island cherry tomato, buffalo mozzarella, HG organic EVOO
Arbequina Family Reserve, balsamic pearls, basil foam

SECOND | CHOICE OF
Hamachi Kama Misoyaki
braised Mari’s Garden negi onion, Okinawan sweet potato
mochi dumplings, shiitake mushroom consommé, crispy mushroom

Makaweli Kauai Grass-fed Boneless Beef Shortrib
braised beef shortrib, star anise demi-glace, roasted root vegetables,
creamy polenta

DESSERT
Lilikoi Shaved Ice
coconut tapioca pearls, tropical fruit, crispy vanilla rice noodles

$55~ per person
+25~ add wine pairings, 3 three oz. pours

*Food allergy disclaimer: consuming raw or under cooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs, may increase your risk of food borne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions. — Section 11051, 2003 DC


Herringbone features “Fish Meats Field” California coastal cuisine with an emphasis on line-caught seafood, high-quality meats, and locally sourced produce.

Filled with a sense of nautical whimsy, Herringbone’s innovative design creates a fresh, contemporary atmosphere and a 2,000-square foot outdoor lanai.


LOCATION/CONTACT

HOURS

  • Weekend Brunch:
    Friday–Sunday, 10:30am–2:30pm

  • Oyster Hour:
    Daily, 4pm–6pm

  • Dinner:
    Sunday–Thursday, 5pm–10pm
    Friday–Saturday, 5pm–11pm

Goma Tei Ramen (International Market Place)

Restaurant Week Hawaii Menu Coming Soon!


For over 10 years, we primarily serve ramen, especially well known for our superior Tan Tan ramen, which is a Japanese‐Chinese hybrid of spicy sesame‐seasoned ramen. We also serve other types of ramen, including Shoyu and Sunho Ramen, as well as other Japanese and Chinese dishes, such as chicken Tatsutaage and Mapo Tofu. Our recipes are developed with considerations given to the health and nutritional needs of our customers together with flavorful taste. Our clear soup broth is homemade and considered low sodium and low fat. Tan Tan base uses the traditional stone grinder to make sesame sauce, which is high in unsaturated fat and is good for cardiovascular health.

At Goma Tei Ramen, we believe that ramen has no boundaries. It is as diverse as the people who love them and the people who prepare them. We will continue to strive to be a ramen restaurant that customers keep coming back to.


LOCATION/CONTACT

  • International Market Place
    2330 Kalakaua Avenue, #318, Honolulu, HI 96815

  • (808) 664-0363

  • Price range per person: $ – Less than $20

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HOURS

  • International Market Place location open daily, 11am–10pm

Flour & Barley

Restaurant Week Hawaii
Three Course Menu

First Course — choice of:

  • Tomato Caprese, Arugula and Kale Salad

  • Meatballs

Second Course — choice of:

  • Margherita Pizza

  • Calabrese Pizza

  • Kalua Pork Pizza

  • Genovese Pizza

  • Shrimp and Penne Alla Vodka

Third Course — choice of:

  • Tiramisu

  • Cannolis

$35 per person
Additional $20 for a wine or beer pairing


Pizza pies and craft beer are what we do best! At Flour & Barley – Brick Oven Pizza you’ll find a traditional pizzeria eatery complete with Italian-American favorites to fit modern tastes.


LOCATION/CONTACT

HOURS

  • Sunday–Thursday, 11am–10pm

  • Friday–Saturday, 11am–11pm

Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi

Restaurant Week Hawaii
Lunch Menu

Course 1
Smoked Ahi Dip Crostini

Course 2 (choice of)
Chicken “Kamameshi”
Hijiki, Charred Shishito Peppers, Inari

Crab Cake Salad
Romaine, Ho Farm Tomatoes, EH 1000 Dressing

Pastele Stew
Sunny Side Egg, Pork Belly, Chicharrones

$29 ++ not including tax & gratuity


Restaurant Week Hawaii
Dinner Menu

Course 1
Smoked Tako Poke

Course 2 (choice of)
Udon “Palabok”
Bristol Scallop, Shrimp, Chicharrones

Braised Short Rib & Tripe Stew
Cilantro, Pearl Onions, Fried Garlic

Sous Vide Pork Chops
Sinigang Jus, Marrungay Gremolata, Garlic Fried Rice

Dessert
Ube Roll Cake
Condensed Milk Whipped Cream, Caramel Crispies

$39 ++ not including tax & gratuity


Eating House 1849 pays homage to Hawaii’s vibrant culinary heritage, a nod to restaurateurs like Peter Fernandez who, the story goes, opened one of the first restaurants in Hawaii, called the Eating House, back in the mid-1800s, using what was available from local farmers, ranchers, foragers and fishermen.

It’s here that award-winning Chef Roy Yamaguchi blends these two worlds: the easy ambiance and simple flavors of a plantation town with the dynamic modernity of haute cuisine.


LOCATION/CONTACT

HOURS

  • Open daily

  • Lunch, 11am–3pm

  • Dinner, 5pm–10pm