Enjoy globally-inspired outdoor dining options at Ward Village

With nearly 30 eateries to choose from, there's something for every craving!

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Outdoor dining is all the rage, and the food scene at Ward Village is incredible! With nearly 30 eateries to choose from, you can find everything from globally-inspired restaurants to local tastes and grab-and-go snacks. Whether you’re looking to have breakfast, lunch or pau hana and dinner, there’s a restaurant for every occasion!

Around the neighborhood there are several restaurants with outdoor patio seating, or you can also go to Victoria Ward Park for a picnic. There’s also lots of free parking!

For blogger Melissa Chang, she recommends checking out the Kakaako Farmers Market on Saturdays for breakfast or dropping by Nalu Health Bar for an acai bowl. For lunch or dinner, she says you can’t go wrong with Istanbul, but also recommends checking out Rinka or Piggy Smalls as other dinner options. But don’t forget dessert! Holey Grail Donuts is where it’s at.

There’s always something new in Ward Village, like Han No Daidokoro, which opened its first U.S. location in January at Anaha. The restaurant serves authentic, top-grade Japanese wagyu. Kamitoku Ramen and Ali`i Coffee opened within the last month and several new eateries are coming to the neighborhood, like An Di Dzo and Lemon Supply, a lemonade and smoothie juice bar that will be in South Shore Market.

In addition to dine-in service, many of the restaurants at Ward Village also offer carryout, and there are tons of great cafes and places where you can grab a quick bite to go. Ward Village also has curbside pickup, which are designated parking stalls where you can pickup your orders from restaurants and retailers. For a full list of restaurants, outdoor dining options, and curbside pickup details, visit wardvillage.com/dining.

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