Dining by the Sea is now accepting nominations for this year's Top Seaside Restaurants in America. We really value your opinion, so let us know which restaurant is your favorite and, most importantly, why you think it's outstanding. Just click here to nominate your favorite!
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Whether on vacation or here on business, from the moment you step off the plane you know you’re in Honolulu. Perhaps it’s the lovely floral scents everywhere, or the tropical ocean breezes blowing through the open-air terminal. It’s more than that, though. It’s the feeling of Aloha wherever you go. Aloha is the word for love, hello and good by and you can see this Aloha spirit on the happy faces of the locals. You’ve arrived in Paradise, and now it’s time to de-stress and just enjoy the wonderful adventures ahead of you.
Oahu, the Gathering Place, is the most populated and Honolulu is the largest city in all the islands with a population of over 400,000. In the Hawaiian language Honolulu actually means “sheltered bay” or a “place of shelter”. Beautiful Waikiki Beach, with its may seafood restaurants, is found here in Hawaii’s capital city, as is Diamond Head. Both are located on the Makai (mah-kigh) side of the road, as opposed to the Mauka (mow-kah) side. Read more...
Largo, Marathon, Islamorada, Matecumba, Knockemdown. The very names of the Florida Keys evoke a spirit of adventure in a remote tropical waterfront paradise, yet Key Largo is just a few miles from Miami and Key West is only 107 miles farther down US 1. “Key” actually derives from the Spanish word “cayo,” meaning small island. Though many islands in the tropics are named something-or-other “Cay,” the pronunciation is still “key.” Read more...
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How often have you fallen in love with a special dish at a restaurant and thought, Gee, I wish I could make this at home? We're here to help. Just fill out a request and we'll beg and plead with the chef for the recipe on your behalf. If they're willing to share, we'll test it in our kitchen and post it on our website. Keep checking back, and your recipe just may be posted! Click here to submit a request.
Reviews are really quite easy and so valuable to your fellow diners and also to restaurant owners. We've simplified the process with the following review system rating the food, service, and ambiance:
1=No, I won't be back.
2=It was less than impressive.
4=It was really good. I'll be back.
5=OMG! Loved it! I'll tell friends!
Plus, you can add whatever additional comments you'd like. Review a restaurant right here!