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Finished in 1848 by John Fowler, Drover's Inn required three years of skilled craftsmanship to build its three floors and sixteen original rooms. Around 1850, Mr. Fowler opened up the inn to travelers and drovers who were moving their goods along the toll pike. At Drover's Inn they could expect to receive food for themselves, green pasture for their accompanying livestock, and a bed to rest upon. The inn served this purpose for many years. It was purchased by Mary Marko in 1965 and the restoration of the aging brick and wood structure began. The inn was then converted into a restaurant in 1967 and was purchased and reinvigorated by its current operator and owner, Mark Cooper, in 1986.

3660 on The Rise - Innovative Euro-Island and grand desserts; a culinary marriage reflective of East/West heritage and Hawaii's seasons. Chef / owner Russell Siu creates sensational Pacific Rim fare. Martinis are wildly popular, and if you were to try one of our more than 100 martini selections, you’ll understand why.

Diamond Head Grill at the W Honolulu Hotel serves the "Flavors of Hawaii" with a menu offering both innovative & local, tropical fare. Only the freshest offerings of the season are used to create an exotic blend of Asian, Euro-American, and Polynesian cuisine. Just a short walk from beautiful Waikiki beach and nestled at the base of Diamond Head crater.

A fantastic Japanese restaurant where they bring out the food and cook it right in front of your table of 8-10 people. I always skip breakfast on days that I know I'm going to Benihana's! You just sit back and slowly eat, eat, eat! -- Brian, Chugiach, AK.

The Marine Room has been around for 60-plus years, but chef Bernard Guillas keeps this senior citizen in tiptop shape. Those who come for the smashing beachside view (waves sometimes slam into the windows) may be surprised by the inventive, French-inspired food.