BUY ONE, FEED ONE HAWAII IN KAKAʻAKO
As businesses continue to reopen in Kakaʻako, many restaurants and other dining establishments are taking part in the Buy One, Feed One Hawaiʻi campaign (#BOFOHawaii). The campaign encourages anyone dining out to purchase a meal for someone impacted by the financial fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For each purchase you make at a participating restaurant, Kamehameha Schools will donate the same amount of cash to Hawaii Foodbank. Participating restaurants include most restaurants at SALT at Our Kakaʻako, E.A.R.L Sandwich, Sun Tea Mix, and H Mart on Keawe Street, and This Is It Bakery & Deli on Cooke Street. To see a full list of restaurants and details on how to participate, visit www.buyonefeedone.com
FOURTH OF JULY SPECIALS
Fireworks shows may be cancelled, but firing up the grill can still be a go for your Independence Day celebrations this weekend. Here’s a look at some of the deals and events in the area:
BUTCHER AND BIRD: Whether you prefer Italian sausage, bratwurst, kielbasa or chorizo, all handcrafted and housemade sausages are on sale for $6.98 per pound at this neighborhood butcher shop and deli. Craving smoked meats? Place an order ahead of time for some St. Louis style ribs, brisket or chicken thighs. For the full menu, visit www.butcherandbirdhi.com or stop by the shop located on the second level of SALT.
VILLAGE BOTTLE SHOP AND TASTING ROOM: If you’re picking up an order at Butcher and Bird, be sure to get a receipt for 5% off your next purchase. Aside from a huge selection of beer to suit just about anyone’s palate, they also sell wines and spirits. Check out the entire selection at www.villagebeerhawaii.com.
WORKPLAY: Miss live music? Workplay is celebrating Independence Day weekend with back-to-back live music starting with Mycle Wastman on Thursday at 8 p.m., John Akapo on Friday at 5 p.m., Johnny Valentine & the Candy Bullets on Friday at 8 p.m., and Mango Season on Saturday at 8 p.m. For more information, including how to reserve a room for your group, visit www.workplayhi.com.
GYMS AND GROUP FITNESS CLASSES REOPEN
Since gyms reopened on Oʻahu, are you looking to try something different? It’s a great time to mix things up and check out some new additions in the neighborhood:
ANYTIME FITNESS: It’s finally here! Anytime Fitness opened its newest gym in Kakaʻako on June 19, and new members can enroll for $1. In addition, they’re offering 50% off your first month of personal training. To learn more, visit www.afkakaakohawaii.com.
ORANGE THEORY: Get your heart pumping with a free class at Orange Theory for first- time visitors. Great for those looking for a high-intensity, full-body workout to help build strength, power and endurance. Sign up for your free class at www.orangetheory.com. The facility is located on the second floor of SALT, above Moku Kitchen.
SWEAT AND SOUL: If you’re looking to build long, lean dancer-like muscles, the barre fitness classes here will help you build strength and flexibility. Try two weeks of unlimited classes for $49 (it’s $26 for a single drop-in class). For the full class schedule, visit www.sweatandsoulstudio.com