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Somebody Feed Phil – Hawaii (Honolulu O'ahu) Itinerary

Netflix: Season 4

Phil Rosenthal visits Honolulu on the island of O'ahu to experience the aloha spirit of Hawaii. Trying out the island's amazing foods like poke, shave ice, and more, he also takes the time to soak in the sun and the beaches. See the episode recap of the list of locations, restaurants, and attractions he visited on the show for the best of what to do in Honolulu.

For Part 2: Somebody Feed Phil - Hawaii (Big Island) Itinerary


1. Ahi Assassins

2570 S Beretania St #204, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96826


Phil starts off his trip at a poke spot located on top of a strip mall. He had never been a fan of poke before, but finds out that poke in Hawaii is very different. Made with freshly caught fish that morning and mixed with amazing flavors, Phil finds himself slowly becoming a fan of the dish.


Pake Poke - mixed with cold ginger sauce

Lunatic Poke - spicy flavored

Hawaiian Style Poke - with inamona (roasted kukui nuts), salt, limu (or seaweed)

Fried Ahi Tuna Bone

2. Hank's Haute Dogs

324 Coral St, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96813


After his lessons in rowing, Phil visits a hot dog shop which specializes in innovative and new flavors. The hot dogs are both filling and delicious.


Kobe Beef - wrapped with bacon and deep fried

Polish Dog

Spicy Louisiana Hot Dog

3. Uncle Clay's House of Pure Aloha

820 W Hind Dr Ste 116 Aina Haina Shopping Center, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96821


Originating in Taiwan, shave ice was brought to the Hawaiian islands in the late 1800s by Japanese immigrants working on the sugar plantations. In Hawaii, it is called "shave ice" rather than "shaved ice" as it is elsewhere. Phil tries out a number of different flavors to cool down from the sun.


Five different Shave Ice - strawberry, matcha red bean, coffee, etc.

4. Volcom House

On the North Shore of O'ahu right along the Pipeline, the Volcom House is a legendary place where surfers come to hang out and relax