The Honolulu area is known for its dining and dining-focused food venues, but there are also a number of eateries that cater specifically to entertainment and entertainment-related events.
The most notable of these, though, is Waikiki’s iconic “Koi Pool,” which is home to the largest collection of art and entertainment venues in the world.
Waikiroi’s entertainment center offers a wide array of dining, movie, music, theater and other events, and there’s even an aquarium in the center, where you can swim and fish.
While there are several food and drink options at the Kōhala Restaurant & Bar, the biggest draw for most visitors is the food and beverage.
The Waikīkī Arts District is a neighborhood filled with live music venues and galleries, and Waikihiniki’s eclectic music scene is an integral part of the local culture.
On weekends, a number more music venues open their doors, which makes for an eclectic mix of genres and styles.
If you’re in the area for any of these events, you can enjoy a free food drive.
The Honolulu Food Bank is also home to many food trucks that serve fresh, healthy and local food to the community.
If that doesn’t satisfy your appetite, the Waikipi Food Center is an affordable, family-friendly neighborhood cafe that serves a wide range of food and beverages.
For those in the Honolulu area who have the time or inclination to visit other parts of Hawaii, you’ll be able to enjoy a variety of festivals in the city.
With festivals, food drives, and other activities happening in a wide variety of venues around the island, it’s easy to see why Honolulu has become one of the most popular destinations for tourists visiting the island.