4. Duke’s La Jolla The Hawaiian-inspired restaurant Duke’s touches down in La Jolla with the new addition to the T S Restaurants portfolio, Duke's La Jolla. Opened in November, the bilevel restaurant includes balconies on each level for a combined 13,000 square feet and features views of the shoreline. It holds 430 for receptions. For smaller gatherings, the restaurant has a private dining space that seats 12. Partial buyouts are also available.
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A Hawaiian restaurant opened up where I live and I can’t seem to get enough of their Macaroni Salad. People have asked me, doesn’t it taste just like regular macaroni salad? And the answer is “heck no!” It’s much better! I think it’s because it’s made with apple cider vinegar and doesn’t have mustard in …
Next to the Oregon State University campus is a little Hawaiian restaurant called Local Boyz. The food they do is wonderful. Beef ribs with crunchy edges in a sweet and savory sauce, juicy pulled chicken and flavorful steak strips all served up with big scoops of white rice and mac salad. It’s a tiny place, always bursting with students and locals. We often have to get our food to go because we can’t find a table. My memories there are [...]