Every day, thousands of Honolulu commuters have driven past the old Sam Choy’s restaurant space on Nimitz Highway in Iwilei, dreaming of the day when they would be able to stop and pick up some sweet, delicious coco puffs on their way home. And while the original opening in May had to be postponed, today that day has come. Liliha Bakery, a local institution going back more than half a century, has finally opened its second location. In addition to a massive array of baked goods, the Nimitz Highway location also features a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. And compared to the cozy accommodations in Kalihi, the new space can seat over 100 hungry diners.
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