You can’t have too many burger joints.
Especially of these eateries feature 100 percent grass-fed Big Island beef, local produce and milkshakes so thick you’ll hyperventilate trying to drink them.
That’s on the menu at Papa’s Burgers, a new family-owned burger spot in Market City Shopping Center, about a mile from the University of Hawaii-Manoa campus. It opened about four weeks ago to mostly rave reviews, and I wanted to check it out myself.
The menu is small but eclectic. It features eight signature burgers — bibimbap burger, pork and shrimp burger, black bean veggie burger — and a few sides. Some standouts include the freshly cut fries (made from whole potatoes) and the real ice cream shakes.
Here’s what my recent visit looked like:
Papa’s Burgers, Market City Shopping Center, 2919 Kapiolani Blvd. Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Phone: (808) 732-5100
Dog Kimono from Inu Inu Hawaii
Days left: 3
Dog kimono or yukata from Inu Inu Hawaii (www.inuinuhawaii.com)
Price: $30 online or at pet boutiques such as Calvin & Susie in Kilohana Square
The gist: Bored of the usual dog outfits? Or your pooch is quite the fashion diva? Get a kimono (or yukata) from Honolulu-based Inu Inu Hawaii, which specializes in unique Asian-inspired apparel for dogs. They come in all sizes — in fact, you can custom order ones for larger breeds — and patterns. Imagine your Rottweiler in one of these!
Best for: Dog owners, of course!
where’s the beef? can never get enough pics of huge whopper-like burgers with grill marks and onions! Nice clean kitchen! Never get tired of seeing those either…
Yes, the place was immaculate! You could eat off the table tops!
Hello Cat! Fuud pixs Friday!
I went to Gina’s a few weeks ago and looked at the menu at Papa’s burgers but Gina’s was calling me so I went there instead. More for your money at Gina’s.
LOL. Well, if you ever stop by Papa’s, let me know what you think!
Cat, I went last night and had the Bibimbap burger and it was so ono! The fries was guud too! I’ll be back.