Kahala Mall welcomes Stir it Up and Goma Tei
Kahala Mall has announced that two new food and beverage merchants — Stir It Up and Goma Tei — will be opening this summer. Stir It Up, a unique boba tea shop serving a variety of options, will be located between Island Sole and Quiksilver Board Room. The shop will offer 12 specialty concoctions, such as its Caramel Creama (tapioca balls, milk tea, caramel drizzle and custard, and sea salt froth), as well as an à la carte menu in which customers can create their own dessert drinks. Non-tea options such as flavored milk and juices also will be available for young children. Goma Tei, best known for its delicious homemade broths and Tan Tan Ramen (a Japanese-Chinese hybrid noodle soup with sesame and chili pepper flavoring), will open across from Consolidated Theatres in the space previously occupied by Mark’s Hallmark Shop. This is the fourth store for Goma Tei, which has been expanding since first opening in 2005. The restaurant also serves rice dishes and gyoza, and offers an assortment of beers on tap. For more information, visit kahalamallcenter.com
BARRIO VINTAGE FASHION SHOW AT THE MANIFEST
Chinatown’s Barrio Vintage presents Psycho-Tropic, a fashion show at The Manifest (32 N. Hotel St.) Thursday, June 11.
It is free and open to the public, but guests must be 21 or older to enter. The evening begins with a reception from 8 to 9 p.m., featuring light refreshments and music by local DJs. The show starts at 9, followed by an after party until 2 a.m. On the runway will be an extensive collection of never-beforeseen vintage pieces the store has acquired throughout the past year, including many tropical/aloha prints.
Barrio Vintage is located at 1161 Nuuanu Ave., and is known for its continuously refreshed supply of fashion-forward vintage apparel for women and men. For more information, call 674-7156.
E-WASTE RECYCLING AT WAIPIO SHOPPING CENTER
Waipio Shopping Center hosts an E-Waste Recycling Event June 6 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Bring your unwanted e-waste for secure destruction and recycling. Items accepted include obsolete, irreparable or broken computers, keyboards, monitors and printers; telephones; DVD players and VCRs, and more. Not accepted are TVs, batteries or home appliances. There are no quantity limits.
Located at 94-1040 Waipio Uka St., Waipio Shopping Center is home to a wide variety of merchants, including anchor tenants Foodland, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Jack in the Box and Outback Steakhouse. For a complete list of e-waste items accepted, visit shopwaipio.com.