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Ukulele Site

The North Shore's top ukulele store, this place also has a top online site and ships all over the world. Head to the store to see and try out a mind-boggling array of ukuleles. As good as it gets for ukulele fanatic…
Food & Drinks in Haleʻiwa

VJs Butcher Block

Your one-stop shop for every meat-lover out there, this full-service butcher shop is a specialty supplier of locally grown and GMO-free meats and seafood, and adjoins its next-door food-truck sister venue, which is …
Alcohol in Haleʻiwa

Haleiwa Bottle Shop

A locally owned bottle shop, this North Shore gem offers shoppers a diverse and well curated selection of craft beers and wines. Choose from a wide selection of brews, IPA, porters, ales, browns and more, as well as…
Food in Haleʻiwa

North Shore Goodies

This family-owned-and-operated business claims to be creator of the original coconut peanut butter. It was first introduced at a local farmer's market and things took off from there. It now makes over 50 products. T…
Homewares in Haleʻiwa

Kai Ku Hale

Take island style home with you from this cute store on the main drag. We're talking a shop packed with environmentally inspired Hawaiian art, wood wall carvings, homewares, jewelry, souvenirs and gifts.
Clothing in Haleʻiwa

Guava

This chic, upscale boutique for beachy women’s apparel, such as gauzy sundresses and strappy sandals, has moved down the street into the newly developed Haleʻiwa Store Lots. You can also shop online.
Clothing in Haleʻiwa

Barnfield's Raging Isle Surf

Packed full of beachwear, surfboards, skateboards, accessories and anything else you might need for life on the North Shore, this local hot spot should cater for all your outdoors shopping needs.
Shopping Centre in Wahiawa

Waikele Premium Outlets

The mother lode in terms of outlet stores. Lots of big brands are here and the place is so popular that there is direct transport from Waikiki. Prepare to battle the shopper crowds for the deals.
Arts & Crafts in Haleʻiwa

Haleʻiwa Art Gallery

A little like a visit to an art museum, head here to see works by around 30 Pacific-island, local and regional painters, photographers, sculptors, glassblowers and mixed-media artists.
Clothing in Haleʻiwa

Growing Keiki

This kids’ shop, in a 1930s-era building, has gear for junior surf grommets and budding beach bunnies, including mini aloha shirts, trunks, Hawaiian books and wooden toys.