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Ah, the holidays. We’ve made it through another improbable year, still lucky enough to feast, snack, feast and feast again (and then come the juice cleanses) because tradition, people! Holiday season is a time to celebrate, safely, all that we have and all those we’re happy to have in our lives.
 
Understanding that celebrations mean dining out, ordering takeout or doing a combo of cooking some and ordering some, we’ve rounded up all kinds of Christmas and New Year’s menus from restaurants and food businesses around O‘ahu. This is Part 1; stay tuned for more menus in Part 2 on Dec. 15.
 
SEE ALSO: Holiday 2021 Dine-in and Takeout Menus for O‘ahu: Part 2
 
‘Aiea
 
 
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Waikīkī
 
 
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Ke‘eaumoku
 
 
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Waikīkī
 
 
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Mānoa
 
 
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Kalihi
 
 
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Kāhala
 
 
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Kaimukī
 
 
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Waikīkī
 
 
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‘Aiea
 
 
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Halawa
 
 
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Salt Lake
 
 
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Kāhala
 
 
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Waikīki
 
 
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Kapolei
 
 
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Ke‘eaumoku
 
 
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Wahiawā
 
 
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Kaka‘ako
 
 
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Ke‘eaumoku
 
 
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Kailua
 
 
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Waikīkī
 
 
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Kaka‘ako
 
 
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Chinatown
 
 
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Kapahulu

 
 
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Ala Moana
 
 
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Wahiawā
 
 
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Waipahu
 
 
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Kaimukī
 
 
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SEE ALSO: Holiday 2021 Dine-in and Takeout Menus for O‘ahu: Part 2
 
From a full English breakfast to chilaquiles, biscuits and gravy to breakfast pizza—here are four reasons to brunch around Chinatown.
Yes, the search has gotten harder, but these places still exist.
The rustic Miyamoto Building houses an eclectic mix of destination eateries. Up first: New Mexico-style tamales, carne asada fries and a unique take on chile relleno.
Find sourdough, brioche donuts and tarts at this new farmers market find and pop-up.
Don’t think of EP Bar as Honolulu’s newest cocktail bar—here, quality sound reigns supreme.
Well, not entirely Vegas-style: These steamy seafood bowls come with options like Portuguese sausage and lup cheong.
Sixteen top picks from breweries around the state, many available for sipping (or guzzling) now.
Chef Ron DeGuzman juxtaposes international cuisines with familiar flavors at Stage in the Honolulu Design Center.
Pizza, cupcakes, curry noodles, yakiniku: Top dishes still on the brain after a year of good eating.
Noodles, doughnuts and a whole lot of fried goodness were what we all craved this year.
Learn a new skill, watch the pros tee off and revisit a classic film.
For those of you who have not read the books, and at the risk of revealing what a geek I am (oh wait a minute, you already knew that), here are explanations to some of the plot holes.
Get your giggle on, cheer on top surfers and golfers, and celebrate Mu‘umu‘u Month in style.
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