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    Night Club: RUMOURS

    by Onedragon Updated Jan 3, 2009

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    ONE OF THE NIGHTCLUBS AT THE ALA MOANA HOTEL IS A PLACE CALLED RUMOURS..A DISCO CLUB THAT SPINS A WIDE VARIETY OF TUNES FROM SALSA TO HIP HOP AND RAP.
    THURSDAYS ARE SALSA FROM 5:30-1:30A.M. ...THERE ARE FREE SALSA LESSONS AT 6:30 P.M.
    FRIDAYS IS THE BIG CHILL{OLDIES} 5- 9P.M. THEN LATE NIGHT PARTY 9- 2:30 P.M.
    SATURDAY IS JAZZERCIZE 5-9P.M.. .THEN LITTLE CHILL 9-2:30.
    SUNDAYS ARE ALL PRIVATE PARTIES..808-955-4811EXT 4235
    MONDAYS TO WEDNESDAYS ARE DAYS THAT ARE CLOSED EXCEPT IF YOU WANT TO RESERVE A PRIVATE PARTY.

    Dress Code: CASUAL DRESS..A LOT OF LOCALS HAVE JUST COME FROM WORK OR SOME DRESS TO IMPRESS. DO WHAT YOU THINK IS BEST.

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    Night Club: OCEAN

    by Onedragon Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    ANOTHER GOOD SPOT TO CHECK OUT IS THE "OCEAN" NIGHTCLUB AT RESTAURANT ROW...I THINK IT IS THE ONLY CLUB THERE NOW..BUT YEARS AGO ..THERE WERE A LOT OF PLACES AT THE ROW TO DANCE AND LISTEN TO MUSIC..IT HAS CHANGED A LOT!!!

    Dress Code: ALOHA SHIRT AND SHOES AND SHORTS OR PANTS ARE GOOD FOR THE GUYS......CASUAL DRESS CODE ALSO FOR THE LADIES.. Honolulu's Premier Nightclub Dress Code Required, Cocktails And Dancing 'till 4 am, Free Validated Parking

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    Night Club: Ala Moana's Mariposa Restaurant

    by Onedragon Updated Feb 11, 2008

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    SOME GREAT MUSIC ALONG WITH GREAT FOOD IS AT THE BACK SIDE OF NEIMAN MARCUS IN THE EVENINGS STARTING AROUND 8 PM.
    I WAS THERE THE OTHER NIGHT AND JUST TOTALLY ENJOYED HEARING SOME JAZZ BY THE Miles Jackson Trio . .SOOTHING AND FUN MUSIC TO ENJOY AND LISTEN TO...
    THE RESTAURANT ALSO IS A GREAT PLACE TO EAT ...

    Dress Code: IT IS SORT OF A UP SCALE TYPE OF DINNER PLACE SO MOST OF THE PEOPLE WERE DRESSED NICELY.

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  • Zanzibar: Getting your groove on

    by Huncher2 Written Apr 3, 2004

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    This is actually one of the nicer nightclubs in Honolulu. Suprisingly, most of the other nightclubs in area are just hole-in-the-walls with no type of dress code.

    Dress Code: No Jeans....for guys a pair of khaki pants and a shirt with a collar will be fine.

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    Night Club: As far as the eye can see...

    by triplehelix Written Dec 28, 2005

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    All around the island, you will find several Night Clubs for your pleasure. I myself have never been to one but the nightlife is great.

    Dress Code: Some clubs will not let you in if you're not dressed to their standard. Some places require professional attire while others require you to be trendy.

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    Indigos: Top Spot in Downtown

    by AKtravelers Written Jan 18, 2008

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    Serenaand Joe ham it up at Indigo's Bar

    Indigos has long been one of the top eating and drinking establishments in old downtown. A staple of Nuuanu Street, they have excellent food, a good wine list and a hopping bar, all in an elegant old-style setting.

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    • Beer Tasting
    • Food and Dining

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    Night Club: ALA MOANA'S TSUKIJI FISH MARKET AND RESTAURANT

    by Onedragon Written Feb 9, 2008

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    ANOTHER GREAT PLACE TO NOT ONLY EAT SUPER JAPANESE FOODS BUT LISTEN TO SOME GOOD MUSIC...
    I WAS LISTENING A GROUP THAT WAS BIG ENOUGH TO CONSIDER IT AS A "BIG BAND"..WITH ABOUT 8 PEOPLE THAT IS PRETTY BIG FOR MOST BANDS.. .ESPECIALLY TO TRY AND PAY EVERYONE IN THE BAND WITH A GOOD WAGE.. : ) Tsukiji Fish Market and Restaurant presents a unique dining experience the whole family will remember! The buffet offers an impressive spread that includes sushi, sashimi, and traditional Japanese, Chinese and Korean dishes. The restaurant also allows patrons to dine at their sushi, yakitori & robatayaki bars. The fishmarket area features daily fish filleting demonstrations and a diverse assortment of fresh island fish, shellfish, a poke bar, and more specialty items for purchase.

    Dress Code: THIS PLACE WAS CASUAL !!!

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    Night Club: ALA MOANA'S PEARL

    by Onedragon Written Feb 9, 2008

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    A RECENTLY NEW NIGHTCLUB EATTING AND DRINKING SPOT IS THE "PEARL".. WITH REAL LATE OR EARLY HOURS .. : ) IT CLOSES AT 2AM mONDAY THRU tTHURSDAY AND 4AM ON FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY..
    HAS A LARGE AREA INSIDE WITH MAYBE THREE LEVELS ..NOT IN HEIGHT BUT THREE AREAS WHICH INCLUDE THE DANCE FLOOR!!!
    THEY ALSO ARRANGE PARTIES AND WINE TASTING PROMOTIONS..

    Dress Code: NOT REAL CASUAL ..

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    Night Club: THE DRAGON UPSTAIRS

    by Onedragon Written Mar 16, 2008

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    GOOD PLACE TO LISTEN AND RE;AX TO SOME GOOD JAZZ IS THE DRAGON UPSTAIRS CLUB IN CHINATOWN ON NUUANU AND BETWEEN KING AND HOTEL STREETS..
    THERE IS A BAR DOWNSTAIRS THAT HAS FOLK SINGERS AND SOME INDIE STYLES OF MUSIC GOING ON..BUT IF YOU CLIMB THE STAIRS NEXT TO THAT PLACE YOU WILL FIND YOURSELF AT THE DRAGON..
    IT ISN'T A LARGE PLACE SO IT IS SORT OF NICE AND COZY TO ENJOY SOME JAZZ..AND FOOD AND DRINKS..
    I DON'T THINKIT IS OPENED DURING THE DAY BUT USUSLLY THE MUSIC STARTS ABOUT 8 PM AND GOES TILL 11PM OR SO..

    Dress Code: CASUAL

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    LIVE MUSIC: HUKILAU SPORTS BAR AND GRILL

    by Onedragon Written Mar 18, 2008

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    A FAIRLY NEW PLACE TO HEAR MUSIC AND ENJOY A GOOD DINNER DOWNTOWN IS THE "HUKILAU" ..
    THERE IS AN ESCALATOR THAT TAKES YOU FROM STREET LEVEL TO BELOW THE LONG'S DRUGS AT HOTEL AND BISHOP STREETS.
    A GOOD LOCATION AND CONNECTED TO A HOTEL..THE EXECUTIVE CENTRE HOTEL....
    THIS IS A SPORTS BAR..SO THERE ARE A LOT OF BIG SCREEN TVS AROUND THE PLACE... Hours: Breakfast 6:30 to 10:30 a.m., lunch 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., dinner from 6 to 9 p.m. weekdays. Huki Hour 4 to 6 p.m. and dinner 6 to 9 p.m. Saturdays. Prices: $10 to $15 per person for lunch; dinner for two $40 to $50

    Dress Code: CASUAL

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    Night Club: CLUBS

    by nygaston Written Feb 20, 2005

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    Sheraton Waikiki Hotel, 6 and 9.30pm
    Coconut Willy, 8pm
    Panama Hattie, 9pm
    Sand island
    Pink Cadillac, 10pm
    Outrigger Waikiki on the beach, 10.30pm

    Dress Code: LOUNGE:
    The Royal Hawaiian Hotel
    Coconut Willy
    Tiki's Grill
    Kelley O'Neil's
    Halekulani, 5pm-8pm
    Star of Honolulu, Jazz
    Waikiki Beach Mariott, 6.30pm
    Mai Tai Bar
    Tpa Bar, Hilton Hotel Village, 8-11pm

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  • Waikiki is known for its...

    by KristinaLMF Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Waikiki is known for its active night life. There are plenty of bars, clubs, and even places for those young adults under 21. Just ask you hotel and they will be able to point you in the right direction. the great thing about staying in Waikiki is that all the hotels have live entertainment every night so you never have to go very far for great cocktails, great music, and let's not forget the hula dances.
    Hawaii has the best cocktails. Everyone trys the Mai Tais and Blue Hawaiians. I love the Lava Flow drinks (pina colada with strawberries).

    Dress Code: Hawaii is casual and comfortable. You will see a wide range of clothing from Hawaiian shirts and mumus to people who 'dress up' in more trendy beach attire. Either way anything goes in Hawaii. You will not see many people in high heels or a tie.

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    O'Toole's: Irish in Old Downtown

    by AKtravelers Updated Jan 18, 2008
    A pint at O'Toole's in downtown

    Irish bars are actually very Hawaiian. After all, the crews on many of the first English ships to dopck in Honolulu harbor (including those of Captain Cook) were Irish. And many of them defected to continue a life in paradise rather than go back to British-ruled Ireland. so partake in the authentic Hawaiian experience at O'Toole's with a pint of Guiness and some live music (they usually have it).

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