Plenty of cuisine options await area residents out for a nice dining experience. Diners can take in amazing views of the Pacific Ocean at Ewa
Beach Golf Course Restaurant. Whether you decide to golf or not, come out and enjoy the ambiance while feasting on the furikake-crusted salmon or the massive barbecue bacon burger. For a lighter option, order the apple salad.
If you're craving a mix of Chinese and Hawaiian food, head to Ohana Drive Inn. The customers rave about the honey-garlic chicken and Mochiko chicken. The egg drop soup and Mongolian beef make appetizing choices as well. When having a party, let Ohana Drive Inn cater your event; when you spend more than $150,delivery is free.
Locals seeking some Mexican food flock to Fiesta's Mexican Grill. The kitchen sink burrito and green enchiladas melt in your mouth. If you can't decide on what to order, try a combo platter and sample small portions of your favorite choices. Make sure you save room for dessert - the fried ice cream satisfies any sweet tooth.
After spending most of the day in the sun, many tend to call it an early night but those looking for a night out on the town find a couple of local bars in the immediate area. The Ville at Park Row offers karaoke, pupus, beer, wine and spirits. An outdoor lounge attracts locals who want to sip on a cocktail and watch the sunset. Catch up with friends over a game of pool or a round of darts. Saturdays draw bigger crowds because of the music and dancing.
Visit Tings Place for a wonderfully relaxing experience. Highly rated by locals, locally owned Tings' humble location and exceptional service make it a popular spot for drinks and bar food. However, bring cash, since they don't take cards. For more of a nightclub experience, head to downtown Honolulu.