Hawaii - Big Island


Courtesy of Merrimans

Considering its size—not to mention the abundance of produce, meat and fresh fish—it’s surprising that the Big Island doesn’t have a wealth of fine-dining restaurants. Most gourmet restaurants here are in the grand resorts, with the Four Seasons’ having two of the best. There are plenty of seafood joints and some good mom-and-pop cafés, and Tommy Bahama restaurants are cropping up in small shopping malls on this and other islands. Think casual and you won’t be disappointed.

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