Highly recommend Pint n Jigger. I wasn’t aware that the guy who runs the place was one of the first folks to popularize craft beer, or introduce sous-vide and barrel-aged ingredients for cocktails to Hawai’i.
Really, the only reason we even walked in was to kill time until our hotel room was ready. Large selection of craft beers on draft (leaning heavily towards IPAs and pale ales, which are not my cuppa),
a good cocktail menu, and a reasonably priced food menu. Kitchen is open late on Fri & Sat nights, and there’s also brunch. The scotch selection is the largest I’ve seen in my life, and the staff is friendly & knowledgeable.
I had a lovely “The Floor is Guava” sour (so lovely that I had 2), then enjoyed a “Catch Her in the Rye” and an Ohoro martini.
We didn’t get to try the much touted Scotch egg (but just might before we leave), the seafood cakes with a tobiko vinaigrette and caper sauce were perfection.