For our post-marathon dinner, I decided we should eat somewhere in our hotel. After all, it wouldn’t be wise to make a marathon runner walk more, right? So, I made reservations for Morimoto Asia Waikiki.
When I travel, there are certain restaurants I always need to go to. So, revisiting Tasty n Alder Portland for dinner with my mom and grandparents was a priority for me.
I’m always on the lookout for unique dining experiences – especially those unique to specific locations. Well, a recent Na’au Hilo + PAI Honolulu collab dinner presented exactly that kind of experience. It was an opportunity to, literally, taste Hawaii.
I’m leery of Yelp reviews and ratings, as many reviewers are, well, entitled. But, Da Poke Shack scored number one in Yelp’s 2014 rankings, so I thought I’d head over and see what all the fuss is about.
For our second and final dinner on the Big Island, I chose to make reservations at Meridia at the Westin Hapuna Beach Resort, which is the hotel’s signature restaurant.
While the Westin Hapuna is a large, gorgeous property, it lacks variety when it comes to dining. In fact, the Ikena Landing Breakfast is the only breakfast service available aside from room service.