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Located in the heart of Waikiki, Honolulu Tavern is a perfect place to bond with locals. This small bar with its warm and cozy ambiance welcomes one and all. Try and hit the bulls-eye with the dart boards; with the friendly crowd cheering you on, you will surely score. Throw caution to the wind - don't be shy to sing out your favorite tune in a loud and clear voice. Tired after having all that fun? Gorge on the lip-smacking pupus (Hawaiian appetizers) or simply grab a burger. Add chilled beer to your order and enjoy the evening.
Brewseum is a German beer hall meets an American history museum. It traces not just the history of Hawaiian beer but also the state's role in World War II, including the epoch-making Attack on Pearl Harbor, which occurred just 24 miles (38.6 kilometers) away from the site of this brewpub. The bar is a colorful kaleidoscope of World War II vehicles, memorabilia, photographs and beer cans, as though you have walked into the well-preserved home of a former fighter. Of particular attraction are a train surrounding the beer hall and a jeep belonging to Chester W. Nimitz, Commander-in-chief of the United States Pacific Fleet. A Colonel who participated in 334 Vietnamese missions has donated a Southeast Asian vehicle called tuk-tuk. This particular tuk-tuk was used to transfer airmen to their respective Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircrafts. Working models of trains and fighter planes also hang from the rafters. The Fallen Comrade Table and Missing Man Table commemorate those American soldiers who were jailed or killed. The television screens air wartime films like Tora! Tora! Tora!, which tells the story of Pearl Harbor Attacks. You can also view a large collection of beer cans and sip Hawaiian craft brews, seated in the jeep or on benches typical of German bierkellers. Wear vintage hats and have a photo clicked while you pretend to drive the jeep! Test your beer and war-related knowledge at trivia nights, celebrate the annual Oktoberfest, or listen to live jazz on theme nights.
La Mariana Sailing Club is an authentic local Tiki bar tucked away near the airport at Keehi Lagoon. Founded in 1957, La Mariana is the only original Tiki bar left in Honolulu and has a lot of decor from old famous Tkiki bars like Don The Beachcomber's Koa Wood Tables as well as fun island decor like cheesy shell chandeliers. Enjoy a Mai Tai and some Hawaiian cuisine while listening to live music and feel like you've stepped back in time to the relaxed pace of the 1950s.