Wondering where to eat in Waikiki? Whether you’re craving local food or want to try something new, there are plenty of dining options to explore in Waikiki. From exceptional dining experiences to acai bowls to take to the beach, these are our favorite Waikiki eats in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Where to eat in Waikiki

Banan – Waikiki Beach Shack

Banan believes in using fresh, wholesome, simple ingredients that respect the agricultural landscape of the communities they serve. And their Acai Bowls are amazing! Try the Amazon, Riss Moore, and Stairway to Heaven for a delicious treat.

Enjoy your favorite in a papaya bowl.

2301 Kalakaua Ave Honolulu, HI 96815

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Duke’s

This beachfront restaurant is an iconic restaurant in Waikiki. Try the Ahi Poke from the Pupus menu, followed by a Sauteed Mac Nut and Herb Crusted Fish Entree. It’s a great place to watch the sunset and enjoy live music from local Hawaiian musicians every night of the week. Duke’s Waikiki is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

Try the Hula Pie! Made with macadamia nut ice cream, on a chocolate cookie crust, and topped with whipped cream and fudge, it’s rich and delicious! It tastes incredible and everything you didn’t know you needed on your holiday to Hawaii. 

Happy hour specials from 4 pm to 7 pm. 

Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort – 2335 Kalakaua Ave #116, Honolulu, HI 96815

Hideout 

Hideout is a hidden gem in the heart of Waikiki, inside The Laylow, Autograph Collection. Pull up a seat on the lanai overlooking Kuhio Avenue, and enjoy the relaxed ambiance. From the menu, try the Mahi Fish tacos or Coconut Curry Seafood Stew. Listen to live entertainment every night of the week. HIDEOUT is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

Spend $25 or more for complimentary parking for three hours.

Happy Hour specials from 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm. $5 Beer, $8 Wines, #7 Spirits. 

The Laylow Waikiki, 2299 Kuhio Ave Honolulu, HI 96815

RumFire Waikiki

Enjoy oceanfront views of Waikiki and Diamond Head, while you enjoy a Mai Tai at RumFire. Located inside the Sheraton Waikiki, this open-air restaurant features a full bar and nightclub. 

Try the Lilikoi Cosmo from the Liquid Aloha menu, followed by Fresh Grilled Mahi Mahi. Dance the night away in the oceanfront nightclub on Friday and Saturday nights until 1:30 am. 

Happy Hour specials from 3 pm – 5 pm daily. $6 – $9 drinks. 

Sheraton Waikiki, 255 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815

bills Hawaii

Bills is an Australian based restaurant centered around the theme: sunny, easy-going and generous. With locations around the world in Sydney, Seoul, Tokyo, Honolulu, and London, this is a go-to spot to add to your list for fresh food and legendary breakfasts. The Ricotta Pancakes with banana and honeycomb butter are my favorite! 

Parking is $7 for 4 hours with validation at Bank of Hawaii via Beachwalk Ave. Kama’aina guests enjoy the first 2 hours of parking for free.

Bills Hawaii is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

Happy Hour Specials from 3 pm – 6 pm. $4 – $7 beer, wine, and cocktail specials. 

280 Beachwalk Ave, Honolulu, 96815

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Conclusion

There are so many amazing places to eat, drink and enjoy the aloha in Hawaii. The question is where do you want to eat in Waikiki?

Stay tuned! We’re working on adding more restaurants to this list. Have a question about planning your trip to Hawaii? Send us a message.

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