HI Now hosts Kanoe Gibson and Kainoa Carlson are back with another edition of Check Out N Take Out featuring businesses from around the islands that are open for business! With Check Out ‘N’ Take out on Hawaii News Now, you can always find out which restaurants and businesses are open in your community.
First up, a local favorite! Cinnamon’s in Kailua is open for take out, delivery, and curbside pickup. You can even order online!
Or if you feel like dining in, grab some breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Cinnamon’s goes the extra mile to keep staff and customers safe by following all CDC and state guidelines. The restaurant staff regularly sanitize work areas and surfaces, and they also have their temperature checked when arriving to work and during their shift. Cinnamon’s really cares about its loyal customers and safety is its top priority!
Up next, more kupuna are staying home, but staying home doesn’t mean doing nothing! AARP Hawaii is helping kupuna stay active, learn new things and enjoy free entertainment at home. Check out cooking classes where you can learn how to cook local dishes like Portuguese bean soup, salmon miso, or Chinese dumplings.
AARP is also sponsoring free concerts with slack key guitarist Makana and ukulele virtuoso Taimane and a concert honoring veterans with Henry Kapono. And for caregivers, who have been especially hard hit by the pandemic, there are free Caregiver Wednesday Webinars starting Wednesday November 4th at 4 p.m. You can sign up for any of these actives online, and you don’t even have to be an AARP member to participate!
And finally, Ke Kahili – The Royal Standard specializes in handmade jewelry and accessories. The online jewelry company offers one-of-a-kind pieces featuring pearls, feathers, and gemstones. If you’re looking for something even more unique, Ke Kahili also offers design consultation and custom orders.
The company is rooted in the principle “Ka Hanu Aloha,” or the breath of life embraced by love. Each creation is handcrafted on Oahu by expert artisans inspired by nature, people, and the arts. You can find weekly auctions from Ke Kahili on Facebook Live and soon on Instagram Live! You can also find Ke Kahili products at Homegrown Hawaii at Pearlridge.