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Foodland poke has a fresh and unique island flavor. Its nearby location is also a great bonus. A favorite is the poke bowl, where your choice of poke is set atop hot rice, with the option of added furikake – all you need to add are the chopsticks. If you’re trying to cut out some of the carbs, opt for one of the numerous types of poke the store offers. Depending on the location, poke choices could include California style with avocado, spicy ahi, oyster sauce and shoyu. For a relatively inexpensive price, you can get a delicious, healthy and convenient snack or meal – perfect to take on the go to the beach or while watching a game.

Living in Hawai‘i, musubi is a must. There’s nothing like a hot piece of spam and rice to keep you happy. Though I’m sure there are plenty of places to grab a great musubi, 7 Eleven does a wonderful job of always having a hot and ready supply for anyone who needs to satisfy a craving. For a classic option that’s close to campus and inexpensive, 7 Eleven is the way to go. Since they are open around the clock, there is no time restriction on your spam needs. It may not be the most gourmet musubi, but it is the most convenient and available at all hours of the night.

There is no shortage of seafood and sushi on O‘ahu, but Genki Sushi has a reputation for yummy rolls and great service. This conveyor-style restaurant has a wide range of sushi, bowls and French fries and wings for the less adventurous. Genki Sushi has locations all around the island, and takeout is available for when you want your sushi on the go. Desserts include mochi, ice cream and cupcakes, to name a few options. The prices aren’t too steep, either. Genki Sushi proves you don’t need to go far to find good rolls and authentic Japanese food.

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This recently renovated tap house has added the bonus of convenience to its list of attractive qualities. The open architecture allows fresh air to circulate while still providing shelter. Featuring many happy hours each week, including Taco Tuesday and Thursday College Nights, Tropics always has something special happening. There is often live music or a DJ playing, and various bar games are scattered throughout the bar. The drink menu highlights unique “beer cocktails,” as well as a wide selection of beers on tap, and the food menu has options for everyone. Try a Michelada, their beer cocktail Bloody Mary, paired with stuffed jalapeños or Mojito wings.

Ask anyone on campus where to purchase alcohol, and you will most likely receive the same answer. University Stop, located below campus on University Avenue is within walking distance from the dorms. U-Stop has all your beverage needs for cheap. The owners are celebrated for throwing in a little something extra with a large purchase of alcohol and for knowingly chiding, “Have a good night” as you stroll out the door. U-Stop is a necessary first step to a successful night of drinking.

With your choice of three glistening bars, indoor and outdoor lounge areas and some of the best beats in town, M Nightclub is a college favorite. Always packed, the M is a place where running into familiar faces is unavoidable. Happy Hour is Tuesday through Friday, 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. and includes a $5 drink/appetizer menu. Try a seared ahi taco or kalua pig quesadilla, paired with sparkling lychee sangria. Keep M Nightclub in mind for your next private event, with private rooms, in-house DJ availability and custom menus as options at your disposal. A night at M Nightclub is guaranteed to be unforgettable.

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Imagine sitting in a softly lit corner booth with that special someone, lingering over a decadent, creamy cheesecake, just one spoon between the two of you. While a delicious entree might be a good way to impress a date at a restaurant, what really makes it special is dessert. With The Cheesecake Factory’s variety of famous cheesecakes – ranging from their classic original cheesecake to their Godiva chocolate cheesecake – it is not hard to find the perfect dessert to help make the meal special. Whether for Sunday brunch, lunch, dinner or just dessert, The Cheesecake Factory is a great romantic restaurant to begin or end any date in Waikīkī.

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BEST of UH Leilani Portillo Staff Writer

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food, including delicious pancakes, for a reasonable price. A popular item on the menu is the strawberry whipped cream pancakes, and the chocolate chip macadamia nut pancakes are highly recommended. Koa Pancake House has been known for serving many UH students, especially athletes.

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“Eh, braddah, like get da nutz kine broke da mout ono kine grindz liddat?” is an enticing invitation spoken. But what does it mean? It means L&L Hawaiian Barbecue. L&L wins “Best Plate Lunch” due to its specialties in spam musubi, chicken katsu and loco moco – all delicacies of a plate lunch. According to the website, L&L foods are “infused with an ingredient unique to the islands – the warm spirit of Aloha.” If you haven’t stopped in an L&L yet, there are two locations on the Mānoa campus – one in Paradise Palms and the other adjacent to Stan Sheriff Center.

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Evangeline Cook Staff Writer

Sammi Baumgartner Special Issues Editor

Serg’s wins the “Best Mexican Food” category because of its wide variety of Mexican dishes, including tacos, nachos, burritos, flautas and more. Although every day is a fiesta at Serg’s, Taco Tuesdays are the best days to indulge in fine Mexican cuisine. Why? Because the tacos are $1.50, and the fish tacos are $2. For those who enjoy cerveza with meals, Serg’s is BYOB, or you can try one of 16 beers available in the restaurant. Serg’s is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Panda Express is a popular place among locals, tourists and students. With a huge menu of entrées such as orange chicken, broccoli beef, and chow mein, it’s no wonder it was voted best Chinese food on the island. Once the food reaches the restaurant, no MSG is added, and they offer a Wok Smart menu with entrees that have 250 calories or less per serving. They open about 100 new locations each year worldwide, so stop by to see what you’re missing.

For all the best in Hawai‘i-grown foods, look no further than the KCC Farmer’s Market. You will be able to indulge in a variety of different foods such as fruits, vegetables, seafood, freshly baked breads and so much more. Many of the vendors only supply to restaurants, and their products cannot be found in stores, so the market is a great place to stock up on your Nalo greens, sweet corn, Kaua‘i shrimp, grass-fed beef and flavored mochi. With a wide range of vendors, there is a choice to satisfy every palate. Make sure to come prepared with a shopping bag, a cooler and an empty stomach – you’re going to need as much storage space as possible.

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Walk past the Starbucks in Campus Center, and you will see a line snaking out and around the corner. Despite the usually empty coffee shop next door, students still prefer to wait in line at Starbucks for up to 30 minutes to get their familiar drink. Stop in at any of the Starbucks surrounding campus, like in Mānoa Valley or down Kapahulu, and you will see students spread out through the café studying. With their have-it-your-way menu and endless drink possibilities, Starbucks has established itself in Campus Center, and it looks like it’s here to stay.

At Bubbies, there is no shortage of things to satisfy any sweet tooth. With about 20 varieties of mochi and a vast menu full of other tasty treats, there is something for everyone. It is a short walk from campus, but be prepared for a brief wait because with treats this delicious, everyone wants a taste. If you don’t want something cold, there are warm drinks as well. They also have sundaes that are served in a variety of objects, including a bathtub or toilet – just to add a special touch to your visit. Bubbies is the perfect place to end your hard workday with its their delicious treats and inviting atmosphere. Try chocolate-coated peanut butter mochi or one of their creatively named ice cream cakes, like the Multiple Orgasm.

Menchie’s has healthy flavors ranging and rotating depending on location and time of year. The topping bar includes gummy bears, caramel sauce, cookie dough, brownies, strawberries, mocha and tapioca balls, to name a few. With endless combinations, there’s something for everyone. Whether you prefer rich and sweet, like the red velvet flavor, or tart and refreshing, like the classic tart, Menchie’s has got you covered. Menchie’s is a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth without the guilt that comes with other desserts. Located at Ward Center, it’s perfect for grabbing a cup of froyo and catching a movie across the street.

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Caelan Hughes Staff Writer

San Lorenzo Bikinis is a fantastic choice for ladies who want to enjoy the Hawaiian sun while minimizing tan lines. These handmade pieces originate in South America, where designers create looks to fit every body type. With retail stores close to campus, they are an obvious choice whenever you feel the desire for a new piece. The ability to choose different bottoms and tops to your own liking is what makes San Lorenzo unique. A bit pricier than the norm, there are typically trunk shows and sales where the bikini prices are a bit more reasonable. Just a quick stroll off campus, and you can fulfill your bikini shopping desires.

If you’re looking for the latest fashions but don’t want to pay a high price, head down to Plato’s Closet. The store carries name brands such as American Eagle, Express and Roxy. If you’re not in the buying mood, do some springcleaning, and Plato’s Closet will buy your gently used clothing for cash. Plus, for every $20 you sell or buy, a stamp will be placed on a Plato’s Closet stamp card; once the card is filled, you will be awarded 20 percent off your next purchase. Don’t waste hundreds of dollars at the mall when you can find the same high-end fashion at Plato’s Closet. Your wallet and wardrobe will thank you.

When it comes to thrift shopping on O‘ahu, it’s safe to say that Goodwill takes the cake. There are seven locations throughout O‘ahu, each carrying its weight in ’80s wedding dresses, old-school records and Destiny’s Child CDs. Macklemore would be proud. Aside from shopping, you can donate your used clothing and help the less fortunate, or you can contribute your HI-5 containers for cash. Redemption is available at the Kapahulu, Mapunapuna, Beretania and Wahiawa stores. For students that do not want a far commute, the Beretania and Waialae stores are minutes away from campus.

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SMOK E SHOP 1ST PLACE: PIPELINE SMOKESHOP 2ND PLACE: HOLY SMOKES 3RD PLACE: SMOKEY’S PIPE & COFFEE

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1019 UNIVERSITY AVE. #8 MON-SAT 10 A.M. TO 11 P.M. SUN 11 A.M. TO 11 A.M.

Leilani Portillo Staff Writer

Leilani Portillo Staff Writer

Leilani Portillo Staff Writer

McCully Bicycle & Sporting Goods started in Waipahu in 1935 before the shop moved to Honolulu. It was first located on Kapi‘olani Street, then Young Street and finally its current location on King Street. It has always been called McCully Bike Shop, no matter the location. The shop on King has been around for more than 20 years. Current promotions include sales on bikes and shoes. McCully also sells other sporting goods such as fishing equipment, sunglasses, sportswear and skateboards. They also have customizable bikes, so next time you’re looking for a way to get from point A to point B, stop by McCully Bicycle & Sporting Goods and pick up a shiny new two-wheeler.

Surf Garage is a classic surf shop that opened in May 2002. The store has various styles of popular paddleboards, accessories, surfboard rentals, skateboards and high-end surfboards that include Chris Christenson, Bing, Ben Aipa and Surfboards Makaha. Surf Garage is active in the community through partnerships and programs that commit to the people and island. There is currently a sale with 30 percent off select shoes, and an Ergo special where you buy a pair of Ergo board shorts and get an Ergo shirt for free.

Pipeline Smoke Shop is a family owned business. Kacie Alsdorf-Gellineau’s father has owned Pipeline Smoke Shop for 10 years. It was one of the first smoke shops in Hawai‘i with the family wanting to bring its cheap prices to the island. The shop first started with sunglasses then turned into a smoke shop. The low prices are perfect for university students, and the shop is conveniently placed on University Avenue. A current promotion is buy one regular priced pipe and get the second one half off. Also, if you buy two regular priced pipes, the third one is free.

ALL PHOTOS BY LEILANI PORTILLO / KA LEO O HAWAI‘I


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BEST of UH

TAT T O O P A R L O R

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1108 12TH AVE. MON-SAT 9 A.M. TO 7 P.M.

Caelan Hughes Staff Writer

Bridget Kitson Staff Writer

Sammi Baumgartner Special Issues Coordinator

The word artisan means skilled manual worker, and at Tattoo Artisans, you will find countless artists who work to give you tattoos that will last a lifetime. Whether you want to pay homage to your ancestors or get a hidden symbol, Tattoo Artisans is the best when it comes to ink. Artists offer a range of designs with Asian, tribal and various other influences. The workers create a cool environment that will have you coming back, and the shop is within walking distance from UH Mānoa.

Karaoke is always a good option when looking to mix it up on a fun night out. At Krazy Karaoke, there is no need to worry about embarrassing yourself in front of a bar full of people, as there are private rooms available for groups. Their song selection is huge, with more than 10,000 songs in their library, including the most recent singles. The rooms are reasonably priced, and they allow you to bring your own food or drinks. If you forget, however, you can order some munchies off their menu. The room prices change nightly, as they always have different specials going on. For a good time with your friends and less pain in your wallet, check out Krazy Karaoke.

Top Nails by Ana offers all the best in manicures, pedicures, waxing, hair removal and cosmetic tattoos. The spa is equipped with leather chairs for utmost comfort, and every esthetician is carefully handpicked. Walk-ins are welcome, but it is advised you call ahead due to their busy schedule. Every nail technician is trained in applying polish, acrylics and gel nails in a variety of colors. If you desire a specific design, just ask. Your technician will know what to do. For those of you feeling extra bold, try the various other services at Top Nails; you won’t be disappointed.

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BEST of UH We know your next favorite resturant

ALOHA N I G H T S . C O M Trending ◆ Entertainment ◆ Nightlife

C A MP U S F OOD V E NDOR 1ST PLACE: BA-LE 2ND PLACE: JAMBA JUICE / SUBWAY 3RD PLACE: BLUE TRUCK / HAUTE HOT DOG / PANDA EXPRESS

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Kennedy Theatre 50th Anniversary Season

F OOD T RUCK 1ST PLACE: DA SPOT 2ND PLACE: BLUE TRUCK 3RD PLACE: FRESH FOR YOU

DA SPOT SUSTAINABILITY COURTYARD MON-FRI 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M.

Evangeline Cook Staff Writer

Alyssa Hogan Staff Writer

For the best food on campus, UH students picked Ba-Le. Located in Hemenway Hall, the menu includes beef, chicken or vegetable pho, freshly made sandwiches, a variety of salads, tapioca, pastries and iced thai tea and coffee. There is also a bar, called Mānoa Gardens, inside Ba-Le that opens at noon. Mānoa Gardens is best known for having cheap beer – perfect for a quick midday drink. There is a range of seating options, indoor and outdoor, and Student Media Night occurs once a month.

Located in the Sustainability Courtyard between Kuykendall and Sakamaki halls, Da Spot proves that getting a quick bite to eat from a truck does not, as a rule, have to involve questionable meat glistening with grease. The lunch menu shuffles daily, ranging between different kinds of curries and other vegetarian dishes coupled with brown or saffron rice, but they also serve up other options from their standard menu. The acai bowls, muffins and bagels make for a solid breakfast or snack, and the baklava makes a delicately flaky, crunchy dessert. In addition, their blenders are whirring all day long, making cool, refreshing smoothies. Next time you need a quick bite in between classes, give Da Spot a try.

Lady and Mu the Yan g Family Generals

A legendary woman general is called to lead again in this theatrical spectacle; performed in English.

AUSTIN COEN / KA LEO O HAWAI‘I

Feb 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, March 1 at 8pm Feb 23 and March 2 at 2pm

SAMMI BAUMGARTNER / KA LEO O HAWAI‘I

UHM Student Specials (UHM validated Spring 14 ID required)

t$5 to any performance tBuy-One-Get-One Free Nights: Feb 27 and Feb 28 Tickets available beginning at 5pm on day of show. Supported by Student Activity Fees.

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AUSTIN COEN / KA LEO O HAWAI‘I

SAMMI BAUMGARTNER / KA LEO O HAWAI‘I


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BEST of UH Sammi Baumgartner Special Issues Editor

PIZ Z A 1ST PLACE: PIZZA HUT 2ND PLACE: DOMINO’S 3RD PLACE: BOSTON’S / PAPA JOHN’S

PIZZA HUT

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CAMPUS CENTER MON-THU 10:30 A.M. TO 8 P.M. FRI 10:30 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

AUSTIN COEN / KA LEO O HAWAI‘I

The students of the University of Hawai‘i have spoken, and Pizza Hut has been declared the best place to get pizza. With 24 locations on O‘ahu, there is a store within reach of your location – off campus or on. The variety of options available to hungry customers is undoubtedly the best part of the pizzeria. Customers are able to pick multiple toppings, choose the type of crust and size, order a salad and make a combo with breadsticks or buffalo wings. For dessert, Pizza Hut offers baked cinnamon sticks with icing for dip.

SAMMI BAUMGARTNER / KA LEO O HAWAI‘I

Alyssa Hogan Staff Writer

S A ND W ICH / BURGE R 1ST PLACE: TEDDY’S BIGGER BURGERS 2ND PLACE: SUBWAY 3RD PLACE: KUA’AINA

TEDDY’S BIGGER BURGERS 808-949-0050 teddysbiggerburgers.com 2424 S. BERETANIA AVE. #101 MON-SUN 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

The general rule is that everything comes back into style eventually. Teddy’s Bigger Burgers is bringing back the classic ’50s burger joint and has been serving up burgers, fries and shakes since 1998. They pride themselves on their 100 percent ground chuck, hand-formed patties grilled to order for every customer. While they do make specialty burgers, customiÀÃV>˜Ã̈LՈ`̅iˆÀœÜ˜wÛi‡]ÃiÛi˜‡œÀ˜ˆ˜i‡ ounce burger from scratch. Try a “Hawaiian Style” with their special teriyaki sauce and pineapple or a “Cajun Burger” with Teddy’s blend of spicy Cajun seasoning and pepper jack cheese. /…iÞ>ÃœœvviÀwÅ«>Ì̈iÃ]Ûi}}ˆiLÕÀ}iÀÃ>˜` grilled chicken alternatives. The best part? The 10 percent discount for UH students.

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BEST of UH Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle

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Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Lewis

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BEST of UH

YOG A 1ST PLACE: COREPOWER YOGA 2ND PLACE: NOELANI’S STUDIO

COREPOWER YOGA

808-738-9642 corepoweryoga.com/honolulu

4211 WAIALAE AVE, SUITE B-11 MON-FRI 6 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SAT 8 A.M. TO 7 P.M. SUN 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M.

SAMMI BAUMGARTNER / KA LEO O HAWAI‘I

Sammi Baumgartner Special Issues Editor When you’re looking for a peaceful state of mind and a good workout, CorePower Yoga is the place to go. There is a variety of classes available, ranging from beginning to advanced levels like power yoga, hot yoga and yoga sculpting. According to the website, the studio has “a state-of-the-art sound system with the most advanced climatecontrolled environment.” CorePower also offers locker rooms with showers and a full boutique of modern yoga wear and workout essentials. A free week of classes is available to new customers, so head down to Kahala Mall and experience the best yoga on O‘ahu.

SAMMI BAUMGARTNER / KA LEO O HAWAI‘I

B A NK /C REDI T UNION

Sammi Baumgartner Special Issues Editor

There is a reason American Savings Bank remains the No. 1 bank of Hawai‘i: Its 1ST PLACE: AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK operation has been serving for more than 85 2ND PLACE: FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK years. With ample time spent in the business, 3RD PLACE: BANK OF HAWAI‘I ASB exists to enhance the lives of customers, produce results that reward shareholders and actively help the community. Each employee is knowledgeable in personal banking, business banking, home loans, insurance and asbhawaii.com investments and commercial banking; it is 57 BRANCHES THROUGHOUT O‘AHU their duty to make sure you “grow and prosHOURS VARY BY BRANCH per” within your community.

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BEST of UH

THE BEST OF THE WORST

We asked, you voted. Somewhere along the line, a few students got lost. Here are a few of the more interesting answers the student body voted for.

ROMANTIC RESTAURANT Costco McDonald’s Ba-le

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RAINBOW WAHINE BASKETBALL Thursday vs. Long Beach State @ 7PM (Play 4 Kay Game - Wear pink in support of breast cancer awareness)

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