Hanapepe Café & Bakery
Dawn Traina Gallery
This artist focuses on traditional Hawaiian themes in many different media, including oil paintings, limited-edition giclées, portraits...
Arius Hopman Gallery
Art photography and giclée prints.
Island Art Gallery
Here is your first stop for contemporary Hawaiian art. Come and see Rocky Riedel’s reverse acrylic paintings (paintings on the back of a...
Storybook Theatre Of Hawaii
The Storybook Theatre, which tours Hawaii telling stories with puppets, has been home to the Russell the Rooster Show – featuring a...
Fish and chips, plate lunches and a killer roast pork with gravy; this is a predominantly locals spot and boasts such high-calorie eats...
Lonely Planet review
This is your one must-visit Westside restaurant. At once creative and old-fashioned, it is located in a former pharmacy, with a dozen ceiling fans, walls covered in local art and oodles of charm. Breakfasts such as frittata with red potatoes ($12) or quiche and croissant pair well with spicy espresso, while ‘ahi (Hawaiian tuna) makes a great $14 lunch. The Friday specials-only dinner menu takes the cake, with items such as Hungarian mushroom soup, Creole-inspired mahimahi bouillabaisse and macadamia-nut spinach salad. Owner Helen Lacono also serves up a genuinely customer-driven attitude. Dedicated to keeping her patrons happy, her famous in-house baked focaccia, multigrain breads and aromatic cinnamon rolls make even North Shore recluses trek to the sleepy Westside.