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It’s time for Food 2Go and also Food-A-Go-Go week, so we’ve been highlighting food spots that have been participating in the Localicious campaign where they use locally sourced ingredients in their offerings.
It’s time for Food 2Go, and it’s Food-A-Go-Go week. So for this Aloha Tuesday, we’re featuring eateries participating in the Localicious Hawai’i Campaign, and this time we’re headed to the Ward Entertainment Center to experience the ono Vietnamese cuisine at An Di Dzo.
It’s time for Food 2Go, and it’s Food-A-GoGo week. So we’re featuring food spots participating in the great campaign and today we’re checking out the Hawaiian-Filipino fusion on Maui at Macadangdang.
Denise Yamaguchi from the Hawaii Agricultural Foundation is here to tell us more.
Food-A-Go-Go is a week-long effort to support local farmers, businesses and restaurants. Kapena Tequila is one of those businesses.
Hawaii Agricultural Foundation (HAF) is hosting the second Food-A-Go-Go Week from March 23 – April 6. Food-A-Go-Go Week will join a year-long public awareness campaign called Localicious® Hawai‘i that highlights restaurants and businesses that use locally sourced ingredients or products in their offerings.
And 53 By the Sea is taking part in Food-A-Go-Go Week. We asked restaurant manager Kalen Yasutake about the restaurants participation.
Domo Cafe is happy to be participating in the Food A Go Go Restaurant Week which kicks off today! Their special is a Fresh Spicy Ahi Poke Bowl which also comes with 2 shrimp tempura, imitation crab salad and some ocean salad on a bed of sushi rice with some furikake on it.
It’s Food-A-Go-Go Week and we have another great company to mention. It’s Goen Dining + Bar by Roy Yamaguchi. The special dish on the menu for Food-A-Go-Go is a delicious duck dish! Maple Leaf farms breast of duck, Ahiki Farms assorted roasted vegetable, and a maple glaze is featured for $33.
HONOLULU (HI Now) – Food-A-Go-Go Week is back and will run from March 23 to April 6! Food-A-Go-Go Week will join a yearlong public awareness campaign called Localicious® Hawai’i that highlights restaurants and businesses that use locally sourced ingredients or products in their offerings. Local restaurants and businesses participating in Food-A-Go-Go Week will feature local products, special menu, dish, and/or prefix menu.
Known for its free resource for restaurants and customers, the Food-A-Go-Go campaign assists Hawaii’s community with supporting local restaurants statewide.
Hawai‘i Agricultural Foundation (HAF) will host the second Food-A-Go-Go Week from March 23 through April 6. Food-A-Go-Go Week will join a year-long public awareness campaign called Localicious® Hawaii that highlights restaurants and businesses that use locally sourced ingredients or products in their offerings.