Opened: Sept. 9
Location: Pia Marine Hotel and Condominium
Hours: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Monday – Saturday
Owners: Kaiheng “Chef Kane” Huang and Pamela Huang
Number of employees: 5
Seating capacity: 66
Taking over a third of the former Corridos 848 restaurant, Good Neighbor strives to impress its customers with international cuisine, although its Chinese dishes have been increasingly popular. Chef Kaiheng Huang incorporates his experience as a chef in the Hong Kong hotel industry to bring favorite Chinese dishes, including mapo tofu and sweet and spicy grilled chicken.
Opened: Nov. 1
Location: Mangilao Plaza, across from Mobil Gas Station
Hours: 3 p.m. – 8 p.m. Tuesday – Sunday
Owners: Lenny J. and G. Pika Fejeran
Number of employees: 5 – 10
Kådu Guam serves a variety of Guam’s Chamoru stew in a to-go style restaurant. Instead of dining in, customers can call to order their food at 646-5238. Kådu variations include chicken, beef, port, deer, shrimp or even vegan.
Opened: Nov. 10
Location: Sun Plaza in Tumon, across from the Westin Resort Guam
Hours: 5 p.m. – 12 a.m. Sunday – Tuesday and Thursday; 5 p.m. – 1 a.m. Friday and
Partners: Dylan Saad and Richard Hawes
Number of employees: 8 – 10
Seating capacity: 44
Primo Pizzakaya started off as an Italian pizzeria but was later infused with Japanese cuisine for a unique cultural pairing. Much of the Japanese influence is seen in its izakaya setting — casual pubs found throughout Japan.
Seas + Sidewalks
Opened: Nov. 10
Location: Second floor of Micronesia Mall, next to Bestseller
Hours: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily
Owner: Ariana C. Andres
Partners: Alex and Christine Andres
Number of employees: 4
First-time business owner Ariana C. Andres partnered with her parents to open Seas + Sidewalks, a surf apparel and equipment store at the Micronesia Mall. The shop sells surfboards, kiteboards and other watersport-related equipment, as well as casual wear, swimwear and accessories for a day at the beach or out in the ocean.
Island Color and Copy
Opened: Nov. 16
Location: Next to Graphic Center in Tamuning
Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday
Manager: Kevin Camacho
Number of employees: 5
A sister company of Graphic Center, Island Color and Copy offers printing and copying services catered to personal and professional consumer needs. The business has a gallery of sample products it can print for anything, from school events to weddings.
Opened: Launched Nov. 23
Managing partners: Patrick H. Sherman and Gary Sung
President: Richerson Chen
Tobikogo is envisioned to be a localized version of Amazon.com for residents on Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and other islands in Micronesia. Customers can shop online from a selection of Ikea furniture, electronics, food, toiletries and other products.
Opened: Nov. 26
Location: Agana Shopping Center, next to Froots
Hours: 2 p.m. – 12 a.m. daily
Owner: Steven Hur
Number of employees: 3
Snowberry Dessert Café opened its second location in a relatively more central area, in comparison to its first shop in Tumon. The café is most notable for its specialty Korean shaved ice which comes in a variety of flavors. On top of that, Snowberry has a selection of frozen treats and baked goods for all to enjoy.
Sling Stone Coffee and Tea Co., Hagåtña
Opened: Dec. 1
Location: East Hagåtña, across from Guam AutoSpot car lot
Hours: 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. weekdays, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekends
Owners: Peter and Hiroko Walls
Number of employees: up to 10
Running with the idea of on-the-go service, Sling Stone Coffee and Tea Co. Co-owners Peter and Hiroko Walls opened their second drive-through location in east Hagåtña. Their newest coffee spot is modeled after its previous tenant, a car inspection service station, and motorists drive through the warehouse-like structure to order their coffee.