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Upper West Side

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight DinnerDining SoloKeeping It Kind Of HealthyLunch

An unfortunate truth is that this city possesses very few places to eat Hawaiian food. So if you’re near 106th Street, consider yourself lucky to have Makana close by. The casual space, quick service, and sub-$20 dishes make this an excellent restaurant to remember for a weeknight dinner, a solo lunch, or simply the next time you’d like to eat sweet-salty spam musubi. In addition to the musubi, we love eating Makana’s poke bowls piled high with refreshing tuna, edamame, seaweed salad, and crab salad.

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