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Things to Do this Valentine’s Day

    By Ashley Duquette. February 11, 2015 - 10:14 am

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Make that special someone in your life feel truly loved with Kalamalama’s Valentine’s Day Guide.

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Think beyond the box of chocolates 

For those who know they need to think of something  just a little more unique than the typical box of chocolates this year, Honolulu Cookie Company has a new line of Valentine’s treats that are sure to please. Celebrating the timelessness of romance, the signature pineapple shaped shortbread cookies have been transformed into beautiful hearts. The pretty pink, red and silver packaged gifts are available in all sizes and price points. Try the Satin Heart Tin, with 9 delicious cookies for just $9.95. Find a HOCC retail location near you.


Shrimp and Snow Crab Claws

Shrimp and Snow Crab Claws at the Top of Waikiki

Make a dinner reservation

Tables are booking up fast, so don’t wait until the day of to plan dinner. Many restaurants in the greater Honolulu area, such as the Top of Waikiki, are offering special pre-fixed menus for this Saturday night. Top of Waikiki, Hawaii’s only revolving restaurant, is promoting their Early Lover’s Special; available between 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Originally $75, the same four course meal by executive Chef Lance Kosakais is just $55 during this time, perfect for couples on a budget.

Check out more Valentine’s Day dinner options here on Open Table.


Cozy up with your original favorite boy band


Yes, Boyz II Men is performing at the Blaisdell on Saturday and yes, tickets are still available for as low as $58. The Soul Session Vol. 7 by Boyz II Men will feature special guest Rebel Souljazh at 7:30 p.m. If you know this is your date’s ideal way to spend an evening, grab seats to the show before they’re all gone!


20140501023538_696658950_1967_9Romance on the seas

What’s more romantic than a beautiful sunset with the one you love? A gorgeous sunset in Hawaii of course. This Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to take that sunset sail you’ve been waiting to go on. A variety of sunset cruises leave right from Waikiki Beach and range from $39 with included drinks, up to around $100 for a full dinner (sometimes even with a show). Enjoy some cocktails alongside stunning views and start the night off right.

Island Magic Catamaran Sail

Star of Honolulu Dinner Cruises


Photos courtesy of Honolulu Cookie Company, Top of Waikiki, the Blaisdell Center and