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  1. #18714
    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorForLife  [View Original Post]
    Bars would never go busy like it once was. Too much drama and BS. Too expansive to drink.

    Look at how Summit and Camelot once was. Busy nitely and now it is almost empty at most nights.

    Once the older generation move on. The KBs will die. It is just a matter when.
    I've posted the same thought myself, but a little more direct: "Once the older generation move on" - which means, as the old guys die off, which is already happening. I'm one of those guys, but I am on the "younger" side of old.

    Once we're gone though, the industry here in Hawaii will fold. We are the customers for these places, our demographic are the patronizers, the youngsters do not care for these bars, "they are for old people".

  2. #18713

    Same Wa'a

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnRoss  [View Original Post]
    I really hope the bars start picking up again. It has been slow, so my gf has been home since April. I'm a prisoner in my own home because when I go out, she wants to go with me. LOL. I'm living my life through your experiences nowdays.
    I'm in the same boat JR! For past year no can! If things start pick up again, maybe my SO go back to work and give me some freedom. Upside is I've dried out, saved a lot of money, and stopped paying other guys house payments!

  3. #18712
    Quote Originally Posted by Esk808  [View Original Post]
    On the Diamond Head side of Yamato's was the "Gion Room" then "Club Ruby" and then "Sada Restaurant". I think Club Casino was next to Sada.

    Wasn't Club Ruby the old Denver Grill? Denver Grill was before my time.

    Towards Ewa from Yamato's was a Japanese bar called "Schontti" and later called "Club Eriko".
    I think you are right about Denver Grill. Damn you have good memory. Thanks for the 411. Much Mahalo. After all sooner or later there will be no more Kapiolani KB'S and the only thing left will be the memories and all the fun times.
    Last edited by Lualualei808; 05-23-17 at 10:35. Reason: Spelling

  4. #18711

    Sorry to say

    Bars would never go busy like it once was. Too much drama and BS. Too expansive to drink.

    Look at how Summit and Camelot once was. Busy nitely and now it is almost empty at most nights.

    Once the older generation move on. The KBs will die. It is just a matter when.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnRoss  [View Original Post]
    I really hope the bars start picking up again. It has been slow, so my gf has been home since April. I'm a prisoner in my own home because when I go out, she wants to go with me. LOL. I'm living my life through your experiences nowdays.

  5. #18710
    I really hope the bars start picking up again. It has been slow, so my gf has been home since April. I'm a prisoner in my own home because when I go out, she wants to go with me. LOL. I'm living my life through your experiences nowdays.

  6. #18709
    Quote Originally Posted by Lualualei808  [View Original Post]
    Yes, it was on Makaloa. Good place to drink with good food. Was close to Sada's. Too bad she passed, and Kurobara also had great food.
    I, for one, like to reminisce about the old days, but isn't the blog "Thread: Rememba the Gud Ole Dazs" more appropriate for our comments?

  7. #18708
    Quote Originally Posted by Lualualei808  [View Original Post]
    Yes, it was on Makaloa. Good place to drink with good food. Was close to Sada's. Too bad she passed, and Kurobara also had great food.
    On the Diamond Head side of Yamato's was the "Gion Room" then "Club Ruby" and then "Sada Restaurant". I think Club Casino was next to Sada.

    Wasn't Club Ruby the old Denver Grill? Denver Grill was before my time.

    Towards Ewa from Yamato's was a Japanese bar called "Schontti" and later called "Club Eriko".

  8. #18707
    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty808  [View Original Post]
    Anybody remember Club Yamato? Local bar owned by Haruko. Some nice local oriental girls. Unfortunately, Haruko passed away a few years ago while owning Club Kurobara across Aala park.
    Yes, it was on Makaloa. Good place to drink with good food. Was close to Sada's. Too bad she passed, and Kurobara also had great food.

  9. #18706

    Club Yamato

    Anybody remember Club Yamato? Local bar owned by Haruko. Some nice local oriental girls. Unfortunately, Haruko passed away a few years ago while owning Club Kurobara across Aala park.

  10. #18705

    Pre-superblock

    Quote Originally Posted by Lualualei808  [View Original Post]
    Did they also have the "Kaiten Sushi" style. The conveyer belt style. I believe they were the first one.
    I believe you're right about the first robata sushi place. Alan Yamamoto had his golf shop close to the strip bar on Ewa-side of Sheridan and there was also a KB Makai of Crystal Palace next to Masu's with a game room across the way (Ewa); used to see the KBGs waiting in their cars (for the place to open), 6 AM. I ordered the Masu's Massive steak and could only finish 1/3 of it; I think they stay Liliha.

    When Talent pau, Hemhi, sans Hana, moving to Twilight (her appearance already causing a stir with existing KBGs and barback); most Talent regulars moving to Twilight due to early opening time. Had rumors of other maneuvering (s) by KBGs but still kinda early to confirm as they always change their minds like the Hangul Kingdom of the Winds, full of drama and backfill. Until then, take care and no forget Excalibur as one of the superblock KBs.

  11. #18704
    Quote Originally Posted by BeaverLiquor  [View Original Post]
    Okay I think it came back to me. I think it was toku's sushi. I remember taking my girlfriend there, and trying to keep my cool when I would see those drop dead gorgeous Crystal palace girls.
    Did they also have the "Kaiten Sushi" style. The conveyer belt style. I believe they were the first one.

  12. #18703

    Sushi bar

    Okay I think it came back to me. I think it was toku's sushi. I remember taking my girlfriend there, and trying to keep my cool when I would see those drop dead gorgeous Crystal palace girls.

    Quote Originally Posted by BeaverLiquor  [View Original Post]
    Yup, I remember most those places. My friends family owned part of hawaii blueprint. It was on the corner makai of torii's store. I've been trying to remember the name of the sushi bar that was next to Crystal palace. It's on the tip of my tongue, but the Alzheimer's is stronger than my brain cells right now so it eludes me. I think mitsfunai's memory might be better than mine. Do you remember?

  13. #18702
    Quote Originally Posted by BeaverLiquor  [View Original Post]
    Yup, I remember most those places. My friends family owned part of hawaii blueprint. It was on the corner makai of torii's store. I've been trying to remember the name of the sushi bar that was next to Crystal palace. It's on the tip of my tongue, but the Alzheimer's is stronger than my brain cells right now so it eludes me. I think mitsfunai's memory might be better than mine. Do you remember?
    Toku sushi. Used to be a great place to hang out. My friends uncle owned place, so we got great deals. Had eating contests monthly. Cute waitresses. DJs from 93 QFM hosted. Good times. Damn I'm getting old.

  14. #18701

    What was the sushi bar that was by Crystal palace.

    Yup, I remember most those places. My friends family owned part of hawaii blueprint. It was on the corner makai of torii's store. I've been trying to remember the name of the sushi bar that was next to Crystal palace. It's on the tip of my tongue, but the Alzheimer's is stronger than my brain cells right now so it eludes me. I think mitsfunai's memory might be better than mine. Do you remember?

    Quote Originally Posted by MitsFunai  [View Original Post]
    Sada, Lotte, Target, Masu's Massive, 2-pump service station, billiard hall (2nd floor), original Safari, KB with the huge fish tanks, tow yard, KZOO radio station, Torii's lunchwagon, etc.

  15. #18700

    Raw Omelet

    Quote Originally Posted by Shipshape  [View Original Post]
    I'm thinking that Honolulu Datsun (aka nissan) was there as well as Pioneer Chicken, and Diners not to mention Starstrip and the original Crystal Palace. Maybe Saba (or Sada's). Wasn't Limu there too originally? It was a sad day when they started tearing down those fine establishments. As an aside, some of our finer establishments along Kapiolani have existing leases ranging from 2 to 5 years. Unless they are willing to accept a buyout, I would think that demolition may be delayed. But what the heck do I know. Kalihi has at least three bar sites available, Pau Hana Inn, Kools, and P Water.
    SS.
    Sada, Lotte, Target, Masu's Massive, 2-pump service station, billiard hall (2nd floor), original Safari, KB with the huge fish tanks, tow yard, KZOO radio station, Torii's lunchwagon, etc. Developers seem to be hesitant about moving forward at this time offering short, extended leases; maybe because of a HART member leaving recently (lawyers don't hang around a sinking ship; they when process the thing for viability already; Talent when take one buyout). I believe the success of this 'block development' is contingent upon completion of the rail to Ala Moana. They (investors) maybe going suck eggs (or they being taken for a ride like one Las Vegas turnaround).

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