La Mariana Sailing Club
Lloyd Kandell, tiki expert and member of the Hawaii musical group Don Tiki, takes Tony back in time to the only remaining tiki bar in Hawaii -- La Mariana Sailing Club. Here they sample exotic drinks including the zombie and the scorpion.
50 Sand Island Road, Honolulu, HI
Bailey's Aloha Shirts
At Bailey's Aloha Shirts in Honolulu, Tony meets owner David Bailey who explains the history of his shirts and shop. Tony tries on multiple shirts and purchases a few including a $3,000 vintage design.
517 Kapahulu Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815
The Kahala Hotel & Resort
5000 Kahala Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96816-5498
Tony and his friend Bruno Stemple visit Puka Dog, a Hawaiian invention. Here Tony and Bruno are given a demonstration of the hot-dog machinery made especially for this joint.
2301 Kuhio Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815
Ono Hawaiian Foods
Colin Nishida, owner of the Side Street Inn, joins Tony for a traditional Hawaiian plate lunch at Ono Hawaiian Foods. They sample a number of traditional dishes including poi, lau lau with pork, kaluha pig, poke, and coconut jello.
726 Kapahulu Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815
The Street Side Inn
Colin invites Tony to his restaurant/bar for an evening of drinking and dining with the local chef community. Some of the items Tony and guests were treated to included Big Island Smoked Pork, Ahi Sashimi and Shoyu Limu and the Ahi Poke Combo.
1225 Hopaka Street, Honolulu, HI
North Shore Surfing
Tony spends a day at the North Shore on the island of Oahu. There he meets up with legendary surfers Darrick Doerner and Peter Cole. Darrick takes Tony to some of the most famous surf spots via jet ski, including Pipeline, Waimea and Sunset beaches.
Paradise Cove Luau
This is exactly what it sounds like, a traditional Hawaiian luau, complete with loads of entertainment, a giant buffet, hula dancers, umbrella drinks and tons of tourists. Here Tony is given a front-row seat at a table full of tourists.
Ko Olina Resort 92-1089, Aliinui Drive, Kapolei, HI 96707