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#122 Mai Tai Bar (Honolulu, Hawaii)

Honolulu’s Mai Tai Bar is the quintessential Hawaiian experience, complete with open-air bar, palm trees, koawood couches, and one of the best pau hanas (happy hours) on the island. As the name suggests, the Mai Tai (Myers’s Dark Rum, Bacardi Gold Rum, Orange Curaçao Liqueur, Mai Tai juice mix, and orgeat syrup, topped with Kraken Black Spiced Rum) is a hallmark of the menu. The signature drink is the Icy Mai Tai, made with shaved ice and tropical fruit juices. To round out the experience, there is live music and a range of pupus (sharable appetizers). Diners can enjoy fried calamari rings served with pepperoncini and roasted red peppers, with chili ancho and cocktail sauce for dipping; seared rare ahi tuna (caught fresh daily) with a Cajun crust, served with wasabi and pickled ginger and soy sauce; and steak pupu: marinated steak thinly sliced over a bed of cabbage and served with jasmine rice, Asian slaw, and creamy soy cilantro garlic. (Mai Thai/Yelp)


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