American flags hang along the front of Kalapawa Market in Oahu.

Where to Eat in Kailua, O‘ahu

If variety is what you’re looking for, Kailua delivers. There’s a great range of sit-down restaurant options, the array of to-go and prepared food doesn’t disappoint, and you’ll find various cuisine styles from American to Italian to Asian. Vegetarians shouldn’t have much trouble finding something to eat, either.

Red Hot Mama's serves up hefty portions of Mexican style food.

Unique Restaurants in Kaua‘i

For a truly unique dining experience in Kaua‘i try either of these two restaurants; the first is an extremely casual affair excellent for huge, delicious portions to fuel your day, and the second features amazing cross-cultural dishes with music and entertainment offered every night.

A cone of shave ice in rainbow colors from Matsumoto's in Haleiwa.

Where to Eat in Hale‘iwa, O‘ahu

Finding something to tempt your tastebuds is no trouble in Hale‘iwa. There’s a good mix of easy standbys such as burgers, pizza, and sushi—expect those to come with a touch of local flavor—plus options for sit-down or to-go meals and quick treats.

A tortería in Mexico City.

Dining Options in Mexico City

Throughout the city, in any neighborhood, you’ll find a plethora of puestos, or street stands, often crowded around areas where there’s lots of foot traffic, like outside a Metro station. A step up from balancing your plate in one hand and taco in the other, taquerías are simple sit-down eateries (sometimes with a bar and barstools only) that serve tacos and other snacks, while a tortería is the same, but for tortas.