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Hawaii Theatre Center
1130 Bethel St (Pauahi St.)
"I love that old local ladies run this joint. They're so sweet & let me take my water bottle in! Said it was our little secret! Too cute. Oh & the parking structure, literally right there"
3142 Waialae Ave (at St. Louis School)
"It's American-style seating, so make sure you use the restroom beforehand, or you may have to squeeze by a lot of people to get to the aisles on the sides."
Kumu Kahua Theatre
46 Merchant St
"Delightful per-theatre dinner with Jan Davis and her sister Jean Johnson at Indigo before "Kamau A'e" here at Kumu...."
4211 Waialae Ave (btwn Hunakai St & Kilauea Ave)
"Great indoor mall. Parking can be an issue during sales and mall events. Good selection of woman's boutiques and food venues. Post office and gas station are nearby. Convenient!"
Fort Ruger Market
Snacks · $$
3585 Alohea Ave
"get some of the freshest ahi poke here. $15 per pound, but that is more than enough to share among 3 people"
Diamond Head Market & Grill
3158 Monsarrat Ave (at Campbell Ave.)
"Get the mix plate, and a blueberry cream cheese scone! The Okinawan sweet potato dessert is also fantastic."
Local's Guide to Hawaii
Created by Ashley Raethel18 items • 1 follower
Been There - Done That
Created by Tiffany Kiyabu Nishimura21 items
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