High-quality tuna chosen daily from Honolulu’s fish auction, Ahi & Vegetable’s seafood selection is as fresh as it gets. As their third venue on O‘ahu, Ahi & Vegetable’s Ala Moana Center location will continue to offer the most fresh and healthy seafood options in an assortment of sushi, sashimi, rolls, poke and bentos with a side of salad or rice. In addition to raw food specialties, Ahi & Vegetable will also serve cooked foods, including teriyaki chicken and beef, grilled fish (ahi and salmon), and more. Ahi & Vegetable has two other locations on Oahu, on Fort Street Mall and in the Kapalama Shopping Center.

BRUG is a popular Japanese-style bakery and cafe from Hokkaido, featuring delicious, artisan baked goods made fresh daily right in the store and sold with aloha. BRUG also serves soups, sandwiches, cold-brewed coffee, jelly drinks and other beverages. BRUG will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Da Spot has been providing sustainable local healthy meal options for the masses since 2004. With a wide assortment of exotic foods from around the world, Da Spot is the passport to a memorable, affordable and tasty experience. Beyond the unique dishes, Da Spot also serves up a savory selection of 35 different smoothies, with an option to create your own. Da Spot’s motto is to “feed the masses not the classes” with healthy options that “broke da mouth not the wallet” for a memorable, positively happy, tasty, experience.


HiTEA Café was established in 2015 and currently has two locations on Maui. Primary offerings include freshly prepared stir-fry dishes with a mix of shrimp, various meats and fresh vegetable items. HiTEA Café also serves fresh fruit juices, fresh fruit BOBA smoothies and various BOBA teas.


New to Hawai‘i, Ike’s Love & Sandwiches first began selling their famous sandwiches in San Francisco in 2007. Ike’s made-to-order sandwich options range from the standard turkey to creative fillings such as mozzarella sticks or jalapeño poppers topped with the brand’s famous “dirty sauce.”


Mahaloha Burger’s locally-inspired menu features 100% free-range beef from the Big Island of Hawai‘i that is fresh and never frozen, with no fillers, antibiotics or growth hormones. Each burger features an island flare such as the Loco Moco Burger with homemade gravy, egg and crispy fried onions or the ever popular Avocado or Banzai BBQ Burger. Mahaloha Burger also features a variety of sides including sweet potato, onion rings, french fries, tater tots and a variety of shakes.


Musubi Cafe Iyasume serves freshly made varieties of musubi, Japanese-style bento, soup, and an array of bowl options, including katsu curry, kimchi beef, avocado shrimp tempura, salmon, and more. The musubi are made using the finest ingredients and premium rice, making Musubi Cafe Iyasume a popular stop for both visitors and locals, with five locations around Honolulu.


Seoul Mix 2.0 is an Asian fusion eatery inspired by classic Korean street food. Featuring comfort cuisine perfect for lunch, dinner, or a quick bite to eat, Seoul Mix 2.0 offers a truly diverse menu, from kimchi fried rice to bibimbap to burritos. Guests of Seoul Mix 2.0 can build their own dishes for endless flavor combinations.


Sobaya is an authentic Japanese noodle house specializing in soba (buckwheat), udon and ramen noodles in soup. Served hot or cold, Sobaya’s refreshing noodle dishes come with a variety of toppings, including popular tempura options.


Featuring an open kitchen concept where customers can watch as their meal is prepared, Teppanyaki Farmer uses locally available farm fresh products and feature its signature dish, Da Original Steakroll.


From a half-century old childhood dream to opening the first House of Pure Aloha in Aina Haina in 2011, Uncle Clay’s vision has expanded to exciting new heights at Ala Moana Center. Whether a kama‘aina or visitor to the islands, everyone is invited to come and celebrate the true spirit of Hawai‘i as one ‘ohana (family) at the House. Take part in the experience and savor Uncle Clay’s all-natural Hawaiian shave ice, locally made ice cream, plus a new island staple bringing two local favorites “two”gether at last — every dessert handcrafted from the heart and shared with Pure Aloha.