Sunday, October 20, 2013

                                                Grabbing a Bite to Eat? Go for a Healthier Approach
With all the pesticides that go into our food sometimes it’s good to just take a break from the harsh chemicals. If tonight’s that night for you, how about trying some local restaurants that offer some really good food, that’s all natural, with no pesticides included.
Town: Town is located in Kaimuki, 3435 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu; with great ambient settings the restaurant has great food and people. Ed Kenny the founder and owner of downbeat has one mantra for the restaurant “local first, organic whenever possible, with aloha always.” It is a sit down restaurant with a nice bar if you just want a nice drink. It tends to be a bit pricey but the food is wonderful, a great place for a special occasion or a nice dinner with a friend.
Downbeat: Downbeat is a small restaurant in downtown Chinatown (42 North Hotel Street) in a really homely down to earth setting downbeat attracts regular customers with their happy hour drinks from 5-7pm at $2 a drink and dinner specials. It’s a great place for a wandering vegetarian or just someone who wants a bite in good company. Stop in and sit down no reservation needed, they have a varietry of food with great prices. Try their milkshakes, it’s love.

Ruffage Natural Food: If you are looking to just grab a bite, Ruffage Natural food is a perfect place to stop by. On 2443 Kuhio Ave Honolulu, you can pick up a quick sub or sandwich on your lunch break or a snack between meals. Vegetarian friendly it is a great place to check out. It has good prices and great options for your sub or sandwich.

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