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Kimo and Kalani Mack from Hawaii own and operate Mo’ Bettah Steaks. The specialty here is what in Hawaii is known as a “steak plate” or “plate lunch,” a protein served with rice and macaroni salad. At Mo’ Bettah Steaks, the macaroni salad totally rocks. And so does the Kahlua pork—juicy, shredded, heavily salted (authentically Hawaiian) tender pork that is so full of flavor your taste buds will be doing the hula. The teriyaki chicken lunch plate is a pile of boneless, skinless thighs that’ll instantly transport you to the islands. Best of all, Kalani and Kimo encourage all comers to arrive in shorts and “slippahz” (flip-flops).
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