The family that owns Mitch’s Sushi also owns a seafood import business, which is why Mitch’s has some of the freshest fish around. It’s one of Honolulu’s most expensive sushi bars, as well as its most casual, a place where slippers (local lingo for flip-flops) and T-shirts are the norm, along with a cooler of beer (Mitch’s is BYOB). Here you’ll find New Zealand salmon, as luxurious as fatty tuna belly, and Mitch’s famous lobster sashimi, which you inspect as it’s brought to your table, alive and kicking, and then sample in the form of sashimi and lobster miso soup.