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P. 8~13 Hawaii News & Events Exciting activities to expect this season

P. 14~29 Premier Shopping

Beauty • Trend Report • Bags in Season • Men's Fresh Look • Timepiece Kah

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P. 38~57 Shopping Destinations Ala Moana Center • Royal Hawaiian Center • Waikiki Beach Walk • Koko Marina Center

P. 66~67, 78~79 Aloha Souvenirs

Sweets, snacks, & resort wear that are positively "Hawaii"

P. 68~71 Discover the Big Island Adventure-packed itinerary for your 3-day getaway Shopping and Dining Along the Kohala Coast

P. 80~93 The Melting Pot

Ocean View Dining • New in Town • Breakfast Sweets

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Event First Day

The Merrie Monarch Festival (4/1 – 4/7)

Held annually in Hilo on the Big Island, the Merrie Monarch Festival is considered to be the most prestigious hula competition worldwide, dedicated to King David Kalākaua who revived this form of dance along with numerous other cultural traditions during his reign. The week-long festival features a Hawaiian arts fair, grand parade and performances by local and international halau.

91st Annual Lei Day Celebration (5/1)

May 1st is known as Lei Day, a statewide holiday that celebrates the aloha spirit through the giving and receiving of lei. On Oahu, the biggest Lei Day ceremony is held at Kapiolani Park. Festivities include lei making contests, live entertainment and a Queen Pageant.

Lantern Floating Hawaii (5/28)

This beautiful Memorial Day event gathers more than 40,000 guests at Ala Moana Beach Park in a sunset ceremony to honor loved ones and to symbolize hope for the future through the casting of paper lanterns out to sea.

Pan-Pacific Festival (6/8 – 6/10)

This huge weekend festival aims to promote a global community by showcasing rich cultures of the Pacific through an array of arts, crafts, cuisines, and stage performances around Waikiki. The event leads up to a grand parade down Kalakaua Avenue to celebrate international friendships and goodwill worldwide.

Weekly Events KCC Farmer's Market

Free Hula Show

Cultural Program

flowers, and local produce all in

Waikiki's iconic Duke Kahanamoku

ukulele, immerse yourself in island

Browse Oahu's freshest food, one place!

Location: Kapiolani Community College, Lot C

Time: Saturdays 7:30–11:00am 8

View the graceful art of hula near statue.

Location: Kuhio Beach

Time: Tues/Thur/Sat 6:30–7:30pm (6:00–7:30pm Nov.–Jan.)

From lauhala weaving to playing culture with free lessons offered Monday – Saturday.

Location: Royal Hawaiian Center Time: See page 48 for details


Hawaii Events Blue Note Hawaii Events Calendar

A premier venue for world-renowned artists, Blue Note is Hawaii’s source for jazz, blues, and local Hawaiian music. See below for the latest lineup of upcoming acts scheduled to perform.

April 14 – 15: Vieux Farka Touré

Hailed as “The Hendrix of the Sahara,” Vieux Farka Touré’s latest album 'Samba' is being praised by critics as his most well-rounded and mature album to date.

April 19: Robert Cazimero & Friends Present: Concerts for All Seasons – Spring

As a talented musician, prolific composer, and well-respected kumu hula, Robert Cazimero played a pivotal role in the resurgence of Hawaiian music and culture from the 1970s to present day.

April 26 – 28: Hiroshima

The multi Grammy-nominated group blends traditional Japanese folk music and instruments with jazz, R&B, pop, and rock to create a truly unique sound filled with heart and soul.

May 11 – 13: Jake Shimabukuro

At age 4, Jake Shimabukuro held an ukulele for the first time and fell in love. From that moment forward, his masterful fretwork would turn him into one of the most exceptional and innovative ukulele players of all time.

May 30 – June 2: The Wailers

The Wailers originally performed side-by-side with reggae icon, Bob Marley, for millions of fans around the globe. Today, they are led by co-founder and bassist, Aston “Family Man” Barrett, to keep their revolutionary sound and the spirit of Bob alive.

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HAWAII NEWS / Waikiki

Hard Rock Cafe

It’s the most important meal of the day, so make sure it’s a delicious one. Breakfast begins at

8:00am until 11:00am on the 2nd floor lanai with live acoustic music playing between 8:30am – 10:30am. Chow down on hearty Paniolo Steak and Eggs, savory and sweet Onolicious

Baked French Toast, or Kalua Pork Benedict on toasted taro muffins while sipping on a Guava Mimosa. Visit their official website for the full menu at www.HardRock.com/Cafes/Honolulu. @ Waikiki

Get Your Brunch On at Herringbone

Kick your weekend off right with a brunch feast like no other against the rustic, coastal

backdrop of Herringbone Waikiki. Gather around for menu items that highlight local Hawaiian ingredients, such as the Ray Ray Pancakes, Farmers’ Market Omelet, and Lilikoi Mojito. Served Saturdays, and Sundays from 10:30am – 2:30pm. @ International Market Place

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HAWAII NEWS / Kapolei Commons

Shop, Dine, and Play at Kapolei Commons 4450 Kapolei Parkway | Kapolei, Hawaii 96707

Conveniently located near Ko Olina Resort and Disney’s Aulani on the west coast of Oahu,

Kapolei Commons has become the premier open-air gathering place for locals and tourists

alike. Whether you’re visiting solo, as a couple, or with the whole family, there’s something to do for everyone thanks to its range of services and free community events. Its movie theatre,

Regal Kapolei Commons 12, was Hawaii’s first step into the luxury cinema experience offering fully reclining king-size seats, a gourmet concession menu, and high resolution wall-to-wall screens. If you’re staying near Turtle Lagoon at Ko Olina, hop on the free LeaLea West Oahu Trolley, which makes a convenient stop at Kapolei Commons on its round-trip route.

Eating House 1849

Among the numerous lunch and dinner spots, a highlight of the center is Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi, the pioneer of Hawaiian fusion cuisine. The

restaurant’s concept pays homage to the islands’ culinary heritage with simple, yet robust flavors

from the plantation era. Every dish is influenced by the many cultures that gathered during this time,

giving diners a true taste of Hawaii in one place.

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HAWAII NEWS / Kapolei Commons

Down to Earth Organic & Natural

From vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free items, to organic beauty lines and all-natural

household supplies, Down to Earth Organic & Natural provides everything you need for a

lifestyle that’s healthy, wholesome, and green for the environment. With a hot food bar and

made-to-order deli using the same farm-fresh products, no wonder it’s been voted Hawaii’s Best Health Food Store for 11 years in a row!

La Tour Café

Another locally owned and operated eatery, La Tour Café is a casual European-inspired

restaurant specializing in gourmet soups, sandwiches, flatbread pizzas, and desserts. Their French macarons are famous for being dainty, sweet, and always baked to perfection.

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MAUI DIVERS JEWELRY After a fateful dive off the Moloka‘i Channel led to the discovery of Hawaiian Black Coral, Maui Divers of Hawaii set their sights on showcasing this lustrous ocean beauty through a line of carefully handcrafted jewelry. 35 concept locations later, Maui Divers Jewelry has become the largest jewelry manufacturer in the state, expanding their line to feature pearls, precious corals, 14k gold, diamonds, and other beautiful gemstones.

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One of these locations is starting off the new year with a new look. The 820-square-foot space makeover sees brighter lighting, rich textures, and blue and white hues to reflect the tranquil ocean, clear skies, and the Aloha Spirit on which the company was founded. Peruse the “History Wall” decorated with news articles, old diving photos, and visuals of the manufacturing process from sketch to stone setting – all at the Maui Divers Jewelry within Waikiki's T Galleria by DFS.

Get wrapped up in Maui Divers Jewelry’s exclusive Bow Collection—only available at the T Galleria by DFS store location! Swaying with every movement, Maui Divers Jewelry’s handcrafted bow designs are the perfect way to remember your ties with Hawaii. MY HAWAII-PACIFIC JOURNEY - 15


Despite how beautiful springtime is, longer days in the sun and a shift to warmer temperatures could spell trouble without the proper care. Check out this season’s best of the best when it comes to keeping your complexion in tip-top shape.


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Moisturizers Sephora

A “multitasking” moisturizer that delivers

antioxidant-rich hydration while evening out

discoloration and minimizing the appearance of dark spots.

Ole Henriksen Sheer Transformation® Perfecting Moisturizer ($38)

ABC Stores

Tropical daily body creams that nourish the skin with an enriching mixture of all-natural shea butter, mango butter, and aloe vera.

Shea Butter Body Cream by Island Soap Company ($5.99)

An organic healing ointment that relieves excessive sun damage

and brings skin back to a healthy, balanced state.

Maui Vera Organic After Sun Moisturizer ($12.99)

Please see page 30-37 for store location.

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B e aut y

Face Masks Kiehl's

A refreshing gel mask formulated with Calendula flower petals and Aloe Vera to instantly calm

distressed skin.

Calendula & Aloe Soothing Hydration Mask ($45)

Sephora

A gentle, deep-cleansing kaolin clay mask in-

fused with botanical oils to soothe redness and

revitalize dry, sensitive skin.

Ole Henriksen Hygge HydraClay™ Detox Mask ($32)

Aesop

Intense hydration in the form of a lightweight, nourishing botanical blend. Highly recommended if

you’re in an air-conditioned envi-

ronment daily.

Blue Chamomile Facial Hydrating Masque

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Please see page 30-37 for store location.


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Hair & Nail Care A thick, buttery salve that not only rescues

cracked cuticles, but works like magic on rough feet, elbows, and knees as well.

Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter

LUSH

A creamy hot oil treatment that revives the

scalp and leaves hair feeling lusciously soft

and shiny.

Hair Doctor Hair Treatment

Serum Kiehl's

2-3 drops of this powerful oil blend visibly restores firmness and brightens overall

complexion overnight. Midnight Recovery Concentrate ($72)

Foundation bareMinerals

Clinically proven to promote a health-

ier, clearer complexion, this luminous

foundation helps keep skin in flawless condition even on nights that need a

little extra coverage.

Deluxe Original Foundation


Runway Rundown A look at the top style trends for Spring 2018

Playful Pastels For a look that’s delicate in nature, lavender and blush pink are the shades to shop this season.

Ted Baker London Rehannah Embroidered Skater Dress ($289)

Denim Darling

Michael Kors Lavender Crinkled Leather Biker Jacket ($495)

Skirts, jackets, suit pieces – you name it. You can find denim in virtually every form, making this trend easy for everyday wear.

Coach Fashion Quilted Patchwork Denim Jacket

kate spade new york Broome Street Flounce Sleeve Denim Jacket ($198)

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r The Floral Facto

ge Feel-Good Frin Don’t forget the trimmings, especially when it comes to tassels that move when you do. Fringe is the perfect way to add some shimmy to every step.

Diane von Furstenberg Side Slit Fringe Dress in Grass ($1,500)

Let’s face it: flowers never go out of style and this year, our favorite spring motif takes on a retro flair that makes it bigger and bolder than ever before.

Diane von Furstenberg Cinch Sleeve Maxi Dress in Avalon Poppy ($598)

CH Carolina Herrera Long Silk Dress with Hibiscus Floral Print and Polka Dot Fil Coupe ($1,380)

Mixing It Up Sometimes rules are meant to be broken. Let your imagination run wild with a mash-up of different patterns and textures.

Coach Quilted Patchwork Slip Dress

kate spade new york Broome Street Embroidered Stripe Ruffle Top ($168)

Please see page 30-37 for store location.

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BAGS IN SEASON

Though fashion tastes may change, deviate, and conflict, there’s one thing that most of us will agree on: you can never have too many purses. More than an accessory,

handbags are a staple. As a key component in everyday

life, the outside of one's purse has the potential to tell you just as much about a person as

what's being carried inside of it. From the stylishly functional to the head-turning state-

ment pieces, here’s a comprehensive guide to the bags generating the most buzz this spring. No outfit is truly complete without one, so which will you rock?

LOUIS VUITTON Capucines PM Studdy Speedy Doctor 25

CH CAROLINA HERRERA

Matryoshka M Bag ($1,180)

MIU MIU

Spring-Summer ‘18 Eco Leather Bag Spring-Summer ‘18 Matelassé Leather Basket Bag

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MICHAEL KORS

Bristol Small Floral Appliqué Leather Backpack ($328)

Blakely Snake-Embossed

Leather Bucket Bag ($448)

BALENCIAGA

Natural and Blue Tanzanite Panier XS ($935)

Paris Lambskin Bazar Shopper XS ($1,650)

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO

Leather Woven Shopper ($2,400) Snakeskin Saddle Bag ($3,000)

Please see page 30-37 for store location.

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MEN'S FRESH LOOK Samsonite Make the plane ride as exciting as the destination itself with a snug Memory Foam Pillow for your neck and a stylish Luggage Cover for quick pick-ups at the carousel.

Louis Vuitton It's the small, but vibrant details that give these monogrammed classics an edge over your average travel bag. See the sports webbing, scuba zips, cording, and hardware on the Backpack Outdoor or the Keepall 45B’s mixture of colored metallic pieces.

Salvatore Ferragamo All eyes are on this sneaker’s rich wine tint and unique shark tooth sole ($530).

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AllSaints The black and white Koloa SS Shirt is just the right balance of laid-back island vibes and cool sophistication ($160).

RIMOWA Whether you embark on a long journey or a simple weekend getaway, the TOPAS Multiwheel® 70cm is the ideal suitcase for any temperature and any terrain ($1,130).

The Art of Shaving Infused with Juniper Essential Oil for scalp health and a woody fragrance, The Forming Paste’s medium hold and matte finish will keep you looking neat and natural ($22).

As part of a limited edition line inspired by the scent of cask-aged bourbon, the Kingsman Shaving Cream generates a foamy, Bourbon Amber Aroma-filled lather that’ll leave skin feeling smooth after each shave ($32). Please see page 30-37 for store location.

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BRAND STORY : TIFFANY & CO.

In June 2018, Tiffany & Co. will celebrate a landmark relocation of its Hawaii flagship store from Luxury Row to a new boutique anchoring the Royal Hawaiian Center at the prominent corner of Kalakaua Avenue and Lewers Street. Upon completion, the new store will boast 3 floors of retail space that covers more than 7,000 square feet, making it the largest Tiffany & Co. store of all 4 Hawaii locations. The additional floor space allows an even broader range of collections to be showcased, such as Tiffany HardWear, Tiffany T, Home & Accessories, Timepieces, and of course, a large assortment of Tiffany engagement and celebration rings. Its layout and atmosphere will be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. The jeweler has built a special home here in paradise and to honor that, many of the abstract design elements and color palettes used in the renovation draw inspiration directly from the islands. Although the planning process had been years in the making, the project officially broke ground in September 2017, coinciding with a fantastic first year for Tiffany’s newly appointed Chief Artistic Officer, Reed Krakoff. Renowned for his global contributions to fashion, design, and the arts, Reed’s award-winning career has gifted him with the talent, creativity, and expertise needed to propel Tiffany & Co. forward as a global house of luxury.

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To truly appreciate this milestone relocation, let’s take a look back to where it all started nearly two centuries ago. On September 14, 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young opened the doors to a small stationery and fancy goods store at 259 Broadway in New York City. As modest as their initial earnings were, it did little to discourage the two budding entrepreneurs as it was an era teeming with opportunity and growth for those who had an ambitious imagination and the sheer grit needed to prosper in the greatest metropolis in the world. During the remainder of the 19th century, Tiffany & Co. went on to receive its first international accolades at the 1867 Paris World’s Fair, cementing its status as the premier purveyor of jewels. In the years and centuries to come, Tiffany & Co. not only continued to push boundaries, but break through them, continuously setting new benchmarks for excellence along the way. One of these feats includes the cutting of the world’s largest and finest canary yellow diamond into an unprecedented 82 facets—24 more than a traditional round brilliant, giving it its legendary fire and brilliance. Aptly named the Tiffany Diamond, the stone became the embodiment of Tiffany craftsmanship. Another momentous accomplishment is the creation and introduction of the engagement ring as we know it today. By lifting the stone up above the band and into the light, Mr. Tiffany was not only able to better highlight the brilliant cut diamond, but also create an icon and symbol of true love. Today, the company continues to uphold the rigorous standards and steadfast commitment to quality craftsmanship upon which it was founded. The new flagship location at Royal Hawaiian Center will be a shining example of excellence, both inside and out, welcoming current and future generations of Tiffany & Co. loyalists for years to come.

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Perfect Timing

Tory Burch Ellsworth Watch An ultra chic navy blue and ruby red leather watch with a glistening, golden round case ($195).

Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Cocktail in Stainless Steel A white guilloché dial set with round brilliant diamonds on a white calf strap that’s suitable for all occasions ($4,600). Tiffany East West Mini in Stainless Steel Flawless craftsmanship, turned on its side! The East West Mini features a Tiffany Blue dial with silver poudré numerals on an interchangeable single or double wrap calf strap.

Louis Vuitton Tambour Slim Metallic Flower A single metallic Monogram Flower takes center stage, emphasized by its matching iconic Louis Vuitton Monogram strap. Tambour All Black Petite Seconde This sleek, drum-shaped watch is meant to echo the rhythm of time and features a small second function on an interchangeable strap.

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Longines La Grande Classique de Longines A slender, timeless beauty that embodies the hallmark aesthetic traditions of the Longines brand (L4.241.0.11.6 | $3,400). The Longines Master Collection, Blue Edition The Longines Master Collection introduces colored dials to its exceptional line of pieces that blend elegance with excellence (L2.793.4.92.6 | $2,150).

OMEGA Seamaster Aqua Terra Co-Axial Master Chronometer This maritime tribute boasts a tranquil blue dial adorned with a horizontal “teak” pattern mirroring the wooden decks on luxury sailboats ($5,400). OMEGA De Ville Trésor Quartz Diamond-encrusted curves and an elaborate floral caseback etching make for a truly lustrous treasure on the wrist ($4,500).

Tourneau Panthere de Cartier in Small Yellow Gold and Steel Originally unveiled in the 80s, Cartier revives one of its most popular ladies’ watches to date in an extravagant gold and steel finish that demonstrates impeccable taste ($7,350). Baume & Mercier My Classima Commemorate life’s most precious milestones by engraving a message or date on the spacious back of the sleek My Classima ($990).

Please see page 30-37 for store location.

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Waikiki Luxury Shopping Map PREMIER SHOPPING

Luxury Row :: Tiffany & Co. / Coach / Saint Laurent Paris / Chanel / Gucci / Moncler / Miu Miu / Bottega Veneta

T Galleria by DFS :: Balenciaga / Burberry / Bulgari / Cartier / Céline / Chloé / Coach / Hermès / Loewe / Marc Jacobs / Michael Kors / Prada / Ralph Lauren / Salvatore Ferragamo / Swarovski / Tod's / Tory Burch / Van Cleef & Arpels

Swarovski / Prada / Max Mara Louis Vuitton / Dior

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Waikiki Shopping Memo

Quite a few luxury brand boutiques can be found along Kalakaua Avenue. It is about

ten minutes on foot from Luxury Row (near

Ala Moana) to the Duke Kahanamoku statue

at Waikiki Beach, with many hotels also

within walking distance. Most boutiques and

shopping centers stay open until 10 or 11 PM,

so you can enjoy shopping at any time of day.

Kings Village Hyatt Rege ncy Waikiki

Macy's

Kalakaua Ave. Moana Surfrider The Westin Resort & Spa

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Waikiki Police Station

Uluniu Ave.

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Ala Moana Luxury Shopping Map PREMIER SHOPPING

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Luxury brand boutiques can be found on

the 2nd and 3rd floors of Ala Moana Center,

Hawaii’s largest shopping destination. High-

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Ala Moana Center. Trolley stops are located

along Ala Moana Boulevard, with a one-way

Palama Supermarket

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Moana Boulevard and you will reach the Ala Moana Center in about 10 minutes.

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Luxury Brand Ala Moana Center (P.38)

Neiman Marcus

PREMIER SHOPPING

Balenciaga

Bottega Veneta

ANTEPRIMA Wirebag Bally

Breitling

Burberry Bulgari

CH Carolina Herrera Cartier Céline

Chanel Chloé

Christian Louboutin

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★ Ben Bridge Jeweler ★ ★

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David Yurman

Diane von Furstenberg

Folli Follie

Damiani Dior

Fendi Furla

Gucci

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Harry Winston Hugo Boss 34

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International Market Place

Waikele Premium Outlets

TGalleria by DFS

Luxury Row

Royal Hawaiian Center (P.46)

Bloomingdale’s

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Luxury Brand Ala Moana Center (P.38)

Neiman Marcus

PREMIER SHOPPING

Jimmy Choo

★ Men's

kate spade new york

Jo Malone London La Perla

Loro Piana

Louis Vuitton

Michael Kors

Moncler

Marc Jacobs Miu Miu Omega

Prada

Rolex Boutique

Salvatore Ferragamo

Ralph Lauren

Saint Laurent Paris Stuart Weitzman

Swarovski

Tiffany & Co.

Ted Baker London Tod’s

★ Men's ★

★ ★ ★

Valentino

Versace

Tory Burch Tourneau

Van Cleef & Arpels

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★ Outlet

★ Outlet

★ Outlet

International Market Place

Waikele Premium Outlets

TGalleria by DFS

Luxury Row

Royal Hawaiian Center (P.46)

Bloomingdale’s

List

★ Outlet

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Ala Moana Center - New Shops Target

Anchoring the mall’s Mauka Wing is one of the

nation’s largest one-stop shopping experiences. Explore two floors fully stocked with every

necessity – from apparel, baby supplies, home

decor and electronics, to beauty, fresh groceries, and more – all at great values.

Diptyque

The French perfumer's Ewa Wing boutique marks its only location in Hawaii and 20th overall in the US. Visitors can expect a resort-like experi-

ence specially curated with exotic ornaments

and touches of greenery alongside oak, glass,

metal, and brass furniture classic to the brand’s essence. Diptyque is stocked with their entire product collections, offering personalized

fragrance fittings, expert advice on scenting your home, and more.

Lanai @ Ala Moana Center Ala Moana Center’s newest dining destination is officially open near Macy’s in the Diamond

Head Wing. The food hall welcomes a variety

of eateries that include local favorites as well as specialty vendors entirely new to Hawaii’s

culinary scene. The Lanai @ Ala Moana Center is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with your choice of indoor and outdoor seating or the

option to grab and go. Check out who’s already here and who’s coming soon.

Now Open & Coming Soon

Ahi & Vegetable / BRUG / HiTEA Café / Mahaloha Burger / Sobaya / Teppanyaki Farmer / Agave & Vine / Da Spot / Ike's Love & Sandwiches / Musubi Cafe Iyasume / Uncle Clay's House of Pure Aloha 38


Lucky Strike Social is now open at Ala Moana Center

Overview

Ala Moana Center, the largest open-air

Browse more than 30 new stores in the Ewa Wing

shopping center in the world, is home to more than 350 establishments and attracts 48 million visitors every year. In addition to

its extensive collection of luxury boutiques, specialty shops, and over 80 casual and

fine dining options, it is anchored by four

major department stores: Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, and Macy’s. At

the end of 2015, Ala Moana Center unveiled

its newly expanded Ewa Wing, which introduced 3 levels of renovated retail space and an additional 1,000 parking stalls. With free,

center-wide WiFi as well as a full calendar of

daily performances, seasonal events, promotions, and full-scale celebrations, Ala

Moana Center is Hawaii’s most frequented

Enjoy a complimentary hula show at Centerstage every day starting at 1pm

one-stop shopping destination. For details

on stores, restaurants, and events, visit http://www.alamoanacenter.com.

View the center’s collection of sculptures crafted by renowned artists, such as Yayoi Kusama

Enjoy free Hawaiian Music every day in the Ewa Wing, 5–6pm. MY HAWAII-PACIFIC JOURNEY - 39


Tiffany T Two Open Horizontal Bar Pendant in 18k white gold and rose gold with diamonds ($1,900 each)

Tiffany & Co.

Minimalism at its most magnificent, the Tiffany T collection is characterized by clean lines, sleek designs, and a hint of brilliance. Each delicate piece can be stacked effortlessly for endless mix-andmatch combinations. Tiffany T is truly an icon for a new era. Near Center Court, Level 2

Tiffany T Two Hinged Bracelet in 18k rose gold with diamonds ($7,500)

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Every closet should have at least one novelty accessory to kickstart a conversation, like the Bee My Honey Sun Hat ($88), Lobster Cross Bag ($378), or Rosaria Sunglasses ($160). Ewa Wing, Level 2

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Ala Moana Center | Accessories

Ted Baker London

Easily switch from shoulder bag to dressy clutch thanks to the Deanna Peach Blossom Crosshatch Tote’s smart removable strap ($179). Then slip into your pair of Hallden Palace Gardens Printed Satin Courts as the finishing touch before heading out the door ($210). Ewa Wing, Level 2

Coach

Go glam with sparkles from top to bottom with the shimmering Small Crystal Collar Necklace and the sturdy Western Buckle Bootie. Ewa Wing, Level 2

Louis Vuitton

Ensure good luck and prosperity throughout the Lunar New Year by sporting a special Chinese Zodiac watch face on the Connected Tambour Horizon timepiece. Near Center Court, Level 2

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Ala Moana Center Map Taxi Service

TheBus

For assistance, please contact Guest Services: Phone 808.955.9517

From Waikiki: TheBus 8, 19, 20, 23, 24 or 42 From Honolulu International Airport: TheBus 19 or 20 From the North Shore: TheBus 55 (Honolulu– Ala Moana Center)

Taxi stands are located throughout Ala Moana Center on Street Level 1 and Level 3 parking deck. Please refer to this directory’s legend for transportation icons and specific locations.

TheBus offers public transportation to and from Ala Moana Center with bus stops on Kona Street and Ala Moana Boulevard.

Street Level 1 KONA STREET

ALA MOANA PLAZA

Eggs ’N Things

Cho Dang Restaurant

1H

SHIROKIYA JAPAN VILLAGE WALK

Mall Information

Guest Services Sponsored by

Handicapped

Dining Within Anchor

Valet Parking

Elevator

Stairs

Centerstage

Shirokiya Stage

Telephone

Mailbox

Stroller Rental

Trolley

Taxi

Ala Moana Pink Line Shopping Trolley

Automated Teller Machines

Pepsi Machine

Clidlren’s Play Area

Timeshare Kiosk

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BRUG

Lani Beach by Mireille

McDonald’s

Escalator

Curry House CoCo Ichibanya

Jollibee

SUBWAY

Thom’s Barber Shop

Restrooms

Bus Stop

Sera’s Surf ’N Shore

Jeans Warehouse

ALDO etc.

Tricked Out Accessories

Territorial Savings Bank

Born of the Water

Hawaiian Island Creations

1A

Aloha Lane

Ross Dress for Less

Pressed Juicery

Old Navy

JTB USA JTB ‘Oli ‘Oli Station

Street Level Entrance to Bloomingdale’s

Legend

MAKAI MAR FOOD COU Famous Footwear

PIIKO I STRE ET

Street Level Entrance to Bloomingdale’s

1B

EWA WING

Vintage Cave Café

FOODLAND FARMS

Vim N” Vigor Health & Fitness

U.S. Post Office

Street Level Entrance to Nordstrom

Al Phillips the Cleaner

To Mall Level 2

AT&T

Taiyo Ramen

WAIMANU STREET / PIIKOI RAMP

Starbucks

Nijiya Market

KONA STREET

Payless ShoeSource


Pink Line Shopping Trolley

Pink Line Shopping Trolleys run between Ala Moana Center and Waikiki with daily service every 10 to 12 minutes. Trolley Depots are located on Ala Moana Boulevard (pick-up and drop-off). $2 fare each way.

Saks OFF 5TH

Planet Fitness

1F

Sears Appliances and Mattresses

MAHUKONA STREET

KEEAUMOKU STREET

KAPIOLANI BLVD

ET

KONA STREET

Jack in the Box

Honolulu Satellite City Hall

Barnes & Noble Booksellers

In4mation

Mall Management

MACY’S

Assaggio

Paris Miki California Wok

Regis Salon TK World Massage Lady Foot Locker VR Junkies Champs Sports

Lids Locker Room

1D

GNC

True Friends

See’s Candies

ABC Stores

Lids LUSH Paniolo Trading Co.

Goma Tei Ramen

The Cookie Corner

San Lorenzo Bikinis

Flip Flop Workshop

1E

DIAMOND HEAD WING

PAPYRUS Jungle Fun Island Magnets

Hula Lehua

Custom Teez

1G

Splash! Hawaii Auntie Anne’s

Poke & Box

Homeo Health

Curry House CoCo Ichibanya

MAKAI MARKET FOOD COURT

1C

E&K Jewelry

GRATiAE Chapel Hats The Body Shop Crocs sunglass hut

Jollibee

Freaky Tiki Tropical Optical

Minamoto Kitchoan

Swatch ABC Stores Island Vintage Coffee

SUBWAY

Ala Moana Golf Shop

Watumulls Alicante Big Island Candies

Hilo Hattie

NET Electronics AT&T Nature Republic

Island Sole

`Auana Quilts

Honolulu Handbag Co.

BRUG

Lupicia

Lani Beach by Mireille

Jeans Warehouse

Sera’s Surf ’N Shore

TheBus Waikiki Bound: #8, 19 or 20

Cinnabon

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

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Pink Line Shopping Trolley Pick-Up/Drop-Off

ALA MOAN A BLVD

• Aja Sushi & Bento • Ala Moana Poi Bowl • Bangga Bangga • Blue Water Shrimp • Charley’s Grilled Subs • Cheeseburger Factory • Curry House CoCo Ichibanya • GRYLT • Häagen-Dazs

Makai Market Food Court

• Hibachi-San Japanese Restaurant • Honolulu Cookie Company • Honolulu Sushi • Island Crepes & Lemonade • Jamba Juice • Jollibee • Lahaina Chicken

• Little Café Siam • Mama’s Spaghetti House • Nagasaki Champon by Ringer Hut • Naniwa-ya Ramen • Panda Express • Panini Grill Sandwiches • Paradise Café

• Poke & Box • Sbarro • Savory and Seoul Hall • Señor Pepé • Steak & Fish Company • The Fat Greek • Yummy Korean BBQ • Zagu Original Crystal & Pearl Shakes

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Pierre Marcolini

Island Brew Coffee House

AQUA BLU

EWA WING

BLOOMINGDALE’S

Lorna Jane Active Living

Skechers

American Eagle Outfitters

Honolulu Coffee Co.

Gap

Gap Kids

Foot Locker

ALDO Shoes

Lids

Rip Curl

BLOOMINGDALE’S

Aerie

Abercrombie & Fitch

BoxLunch

Valentino

M. A .C

Moncler

Miu Miu

Tesla Motors

Disney Store

Oakley

Tory Sport

Brookstone

Banana Republic

Ted Baker London

TUMI

Dolce&Gabbana

Damiani

Sephora

CH Carolina Herrera

Tod’s

Brunello Cucinelli

Victoria’s Secret

Kiehl’s

L'Occitane

Na Hoku

diptyque paris

Longs Drugs

AGU Ramen

Café Lani Hawaii

Rokkaku Hamakatsu

2B

Toys “R” Us Express

3A

Local Motion

3B

Claire’s

Hot Topic

Loco Boutique

Hallmark

Island Slipper

T&C Surf Designs

Banana Republic

SwimSpot

Hermès St. John

La Perla

EWA WING

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Mr. Tea Café

Homecoming Honolulu

Happy Wahine Boutique Island Aēsop Vintage Dior Shave Ice

Forever 21

David Yurman Le Labo (Coming Soon)

Brandy Melville

Folli Follie

sunglass hut

Tory Burch

Escada

Planet Blue

Kay Jewelers

Ben Bridge Timeworks

Coach

lululemon

Rimowa

Jamba Juice

ma-lie

Diesel

To Pi`ikoi St. & Waimanu St.

The LEGO Store

Tempura Ichidai

The North Face

ALEX AND ANI

ZARA

Laline

Le Lotus Bleu

NORDSTROM ZARA

The Art of Shaving

NORDSTROM

Kids Foot Locker

Desigual Authorized Dealer

Gelato Bar

Ala Moana Center Map

Mall Level 2

Pearl Plus

2A Morton’s The Steakhouse

Please use elevator for Morton’s The Steakhouse

Level 3 & Upper Level 4F

T-Mobile


Target Please use escalator for Saks OFF 5TH

PANDORA

GUESS

2F

Tommy Bahama

Center Hours:Mon-Sat 9:30am-9:00pm, Sun 10:00am-7:00pm

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UNiCASE

Blue Hawaii Lifestyle

The Refinery Honolulu

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Crazy Shirts

1450 Ala Moana Boulevard, HI 96814

The Face Shop

808.955.9517 | AlaMoanaCenter.com

bareMinerals

John Masters Organics

3rd i LeSportsac

Reyn Spooner

Romano’s Macaroni Grill Jade Dynasty Seafood Restaurant

3F Ocean Queen

LensCrafters

Hawaiian Quilt Collection

Tanaka of Tokyo

Mama Pho (Coming Soon)

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

Beyond Bare Waxing & Salon Beautique

WIN

California Pizza Kitchen

Williams-Sonoma

Aloha Gelato Lacoste

Swarovski Ho`āla Salon & Spa‒Aveda

DIAMOND HEAD WING

Lucky Strike Social

Shoe Palace

abercrombie

Vans

Journeys

LOUIS VUITTON

3E PacSun

3C

The Brilliant Ox

THE WALKING COMPANY Hollister Co.

Fossil

Charlotte Russe

Zumiez

Godiva Chocolatier

Honolulu Coffee Co.

Gap

Gap Kids

Skechers

American Eagle Outfitters

Clarks

Janie and Jack

The Eye Gallery

Honolulu Coffee Co.

ALLSAINTS

Islands Fine Burger & Drinks

Ann Taylor

Anthropologie Emporio Armani

Vera Bradley

Animation Magic

sunglass hut

KA

Brighton Collectibles

M AU

Lucky Brand Jeans

G

Gymboree

GEN Korean BBQ House

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Mai Tai Bar

Express

ALDO Shoes

Maui Divers Jewelry

Samsonite

ONCÖUR

REDValentino

Apple

Armani Exchange

NEIMAN MARCUS

V

Target

Toys “R” Us Express

MACY’S

Sugarfina

Martin & MacArthur

2G

LANAI @ ALA MOANA CENTER

Sand People

Patisserie La Palme D’Or

Mani Pedi Spa Microsoft

Samantha Thavasa

Bath & Body Works

2D

Versace

OMEGA

SAINT LAURENT

Bulgari

Bally

BOSS Hugo Boss

Diane von Furstenberg

Tori Richard

MICHAEL KORS

Cole Haan

Fendi

Porsche Design

Salvatore Ferragamo

Ben Bridge Jeweler

Rolex

DIAMOND HEAD WING Montblanc

Cartier

Burberry

Prada Woman

LOUIS VUITTON

Truffaux

Gucci

akhouse

2E

Bottega Veneta

Longines

Nirav Modi

2C

Chanel

Chanel Shoe Boutique

United Airlines

Travelex Foreign Exchange

Genki Sushi

Prada Man

Balenciaga

CÉLINE

Damiani

Valentino

TIFFANY & CO.

Jimmy Choo

Dolce&Gabbana

Rokkaku Hamakatsu Sephora

CH Carolina Herrera

Tod’s

M. A .C

Miu Miu

Moncler

J.Crew-on-the-island

Harry Winston

MACY’S

Upper Level 4 Ho`okipa Terrace

NEIMAN MARCUS

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Located on Kalakaua Avenue, the Royal Hawaiian

Center is Waikiki’s largest shopping center. There are more than 100 shops and restaurants lining its open air floors, including high-class boutiques, popular

brand name stores, unique Hawaiian shops, and so on. Catch a free concert or hula lesson at the Royal

Grove, a gathering place overflowing with greenery. Address: 2201 Kalakaua Ave. Phone: 808.922.2299

Hours of Operation: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM (May vary according to store.)

Royal Hawaiian Center

Open 365 days www.RoyalHawaiianCenter.com

NEW SHOPS

Island Vintage Wine Bar

As many would agree, there’s no better way to unwind after an afternoon of shopping than by sampling a fantastic selection of fine wines.

Tsuru Ton Tan

Kokoro Café

Hervé Chapelier

Stussy

Opening in Fall of this year, TsuruTonTan strives to deliver artisanal bowls of authentic, high quality udon noodles to each table.

The first Hervé Chapelier in Hawaii will carry boutique-exclusive items in addition to its full line of famous French bags.

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Munch on shaka-shaped waffle cone ice cream, pineapple Dole Whip floats, and fluffy, flavor-filled “imagawayaki” pastries in the shopping center’s food court.

Following their flagship store in Kailua, Stussy Hawaii unveils its Waikiki location in celebration of the streetwear brand’s upcoming 40th anniversary.


distinctive stores Cartier kate spade new york Fendi Valentino Tiffany & Co.* Harry Winston Salvatore Ferragamo Hermès Jimmy Choo Omega Boutique Tory Burch

u niqu e dining

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse The Cheesecake Factory DEAN & DELUCA

Il Lupino Trattoria & Wine Bar Noi Thai Cuisine Restaurant Suntory P.F. Chang’s Waikīkī Doraku Sushi Tim Ho Wan* partial listing *coming soon

find the center of paradise 110 Distinctive Stores 30 Unique Dining Destinations One Unforgettable Experience Open Daily 10am –10pm Kalākaua Avenue and Seaside Waikīkī 808.922.2299 RoyalHawaiianCenter.com FREE WIFI


Complimentary Cultural Programming

Royal Hawaiian Center offers numerous cultural events and live entertainment to enhance your

Hawaii experience. Enjoy lessons in lei-making, Hawaiian quilts, hula dance, and ukulele every day

Mon

Hula Lesson 10:00am–11:00am The Royal Grove Lomilomi Hawaiian Massage 11:00am–12:00pm Building A, Level 3 Lei Making Class 1:00pm–2:00pm Building A, Level 3 Keiki Hula Lesson 3:30pm–4:00pm The Royal Grove

Tue

Wed

Thur

from Monday to Saturday.

Fri

Hawaiian Lomilomi Ukulele Lesson Hula Lesson Quilt Lesson Hawaiian Massage 12:00pm–1:00pm 10:00am–11:00am 9:30am–12:00pm 11:00am–12:00pm Building B, Level 1, The Royal Grove Building B, Level 2, Building A, Level 3 Helumoa Hale Paina Lanai Food Court Lomilomi Ho‘okani Pila Lauhala Hawaiian Massage 12:00pm–1:00pm Weaving Class 11:00am–12:00pm Hula Lesson The Royal Grove 1:00pm–2:00pm Building A, Level 3 10:00am–11:00am Building A, Level 3 The Royal Grove Lauhala Ukulele Lesson Weaving Class Hawaiian 12:00pm–1:00pm Ukulele Lesson 1:00pm–2:00pm Entertainment Building B, Level 1, 12:00pm–1:00pm Building A, Level 3 6:00pm–7:00pm Helumoa Hale Building B, Level 1, The Royal Grove Helumoa Hale Lei Making Class Hula Lesson 1:00pm–2:00pm 4:00pm–5:00pm “Rock-A-Hula” Building A, Level 3 Lauhala The Royal Grove Mini Show Weaving Class 7:00pm Hawaiian 1:00pm–2:00pm The Royal Grove Entertainment Building A, Level 3 Hawaiian 6:00pm–7:00pm Entertainment The Royal Grove 6:00pm–7:00pm Hawaiian The Royal Grove Entertainment 6:00pm–7:00pm The Royal Grove

Sat

Lei Making Class 1:00pm–2:00pm Building A, Level 3 Hula Kahiko at Helumoa Saturday Series of Traditional Hula 6:00pm–6:30pm The Royal Grove “Rock-A-Hula” Mini Show 7:00pm The Royal Grove

“Rock-A-Hula” Mini Show 7:00pm The Royal Grove Schedule and venues are subject to change. For details, please contact guest services (808.922.2299). http://www.royalhawaiiancenter.com/info/culturalprogramming

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Shoes | Royal Hawaiian Center

Tory Burch

This editors’ favorite has feminine ruffle details and a comfortable rubber sole for traction, proving that the best accessories are fashionable yet functional ($228). Bldg. B, 1st & 2nd Floors

Salvatore Ferragamo

With a reputation of crafting the most stunning and innovative footwear, Ferragamo’s Spring/Summer ‘18 collection includes creative designs like the Cage Heel Leather Mule ($930) and Flower Heel Leather Slide ($595). Bldg. B, 1st & 2nd Floors

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Subtle floral prints on the Amber sneaker ($198) and the Barnie slingback flat ($298) can dress up any pair of jeans for a day in the city. Bldg. B, 1st & 2nd Floors

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LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2 Lewers St .

Starbucks

Mahaloha Burgers

Island Slipper

Pink Sand

Tory Burch

Kate Spade

Roy al H Allure Swimwear awa iian Hot Love Renaissance el

Koa Nani

Herve CHaplier

Forever Flawless

Tricked Out Accessories

Simply Wood Studios

To Waikiki Beach

Bridge Rolex Boutique Fendi

Apple Store

Omega Boutique

Jimmy Choo Forever 21 The Cheesecake Factory Banan

Public Beach Access

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Subway

B1 Kiosk: - Island Vintage Shave Ice -“Rock-A-Hula”Legend Waikiki Royal Hawaiian Theater Box Office

Nalu Storage

Salvatore Ferragamo

Curry Café

Harry Winston

Tory Burch

Kate Spade

Seaside Ave.

Island Vintage Coffee Island Vintage Organic & Natural

Loro Piana

Hermès

Panda Express

Champion’s Steak & Seafood

Tourneau

Valentino

*Wok to Walk

Kokoro Café

B1Cart: - Hokuya

*Island Vintage Wine Bar

Kalakaua Ave.

Koi Honolulu

Hawaiian Island Arts

Sbarro

Uncle Tetsu Japanese Cheesecake

Harry Winston

Furla

Malie Kai Chocolates

Maui Tacos

Pearl’s Korean BBQ

Ezogiku

The Royal Grove

Helumoa Hale & Guest Services

Salvatore Ferragamo

Stussy

Il Lupino Tratorria & Wine Bar

Fighting Eel

Anteprima Wirebag Lole Hawaii Aloha Wear Kobe Jewelry

i She rato n Wai kik

H Co on ok olu ie lu

LeSportsac

Vitra Eyewear

Royal Hawaiian Ave.

Dean & Deluca

Harley-Davidson Waikiki

Lani Beach by Mireille

A1 Cart: - Komang Jewelry - Lu Koa Collection

Letarte

Island Soap & Candle Works Royal Hawaiian Quilt

Pho Factory

Island Fine Jewelry Sunglass Hut

Silver Lanis Spark

Cartier

ABC Store

P.F. Chang’s Waikiki

Bob’s Ukulele

Lanai Transit Hawaii

Kulu Kulu Honolulu

Don Ho St .

To Waikiki Beach

P.F. Chang’s Waikiki

Tourneau Loro Piana

Valentino Hermès Fendi

C1 Cart: - Iolana Design - Clearlight Jewelry

Honolulu Home Collection Omega Boutique

C1 Kiosk: - Disney Vacation Club - Hilton Grand Vacations - Pick A Pearl

Forever 21


LEVEL 3

Royal Hawaiian Boutique

LEVEL 4

Royal Hawaiian Golf Shop

Island Fashions Ranger Sports Western Classics

Laki Hawaiian Designs

Pineapple Princess Lingerie

*Tsuru Ton Tan

Leather Soul *Tim Ho Wan

H.I.S.

Olivia Hawaiian Jewelry

Restaurant Suntory

“Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikiki Royal Hawaiian Theater

“Rock-A-Hula” Legends Waikiki Royal Hawaiian Theater Box Office

Doraku Sushi

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

Spa Royal Hawaiian

Disney Vacation Club Showroom

Noi Thai Cuisine Beijing Chinese Seafood

Building A

Restrooms

Building B

This is a Smoke-free Center

Building C

Customer Service

Coming Soon

Lei Stand

Evelator Escalator

Parking Garage

Automated Teller Machine

For more information, please visit www.royalhawaiiancenter.com/directory/add Forever 21

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An all-in-one entertainment plaza conveniently

located in the heart of Waikiki, packed with an array

of high-class timeshares, hotels, shops, restaurants, and bars for visitors and locals alike. This vibrant district also hosts free Hawaiian music concerts.

Waikiki Beach Walk

Address: 226 Lewers St. Phone: 808.931.3591

Hours of Operation: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM (May vary according to store.) Open 365 days www.WaikikiBeachWalk.com

Sunshine Swimwear Whatever your plans may be, this

one-stop swim shop has everything you need for soaking up the

sun. Meeting up with friends for

cocktails by the pool? The Becca’s lace one-piece suit and poncho

cover-up keeps it casual yet cute. 10

Crazy Shirts

For both fabric and designs stand the test of time, Crazy Shirts is the place to shop. By combing 100% ring-spun cotton to remove impurities, their T-shirts become soft and lightweight while maintaining incredible durability. The artwork itself, such as the famous Kliban Cats collection, is printed with environmentally-friendly ink to better penetrate each fiber and prevent cracking or peeling.

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Blue Ginger

Slip into vacation mode by sporting the exotic Batik prints found at Blue Ginger, a favorite in Hawaii for the past 30 years. Its vivid hues and distinctive patterns come in a

variety of sundresses, aloha shirts, and kids clothing for the whole family to enjoy. 14

store hours : 9:00-22:00 / tel: (808) 924-7900

Popits

Popits are a cute, comfortable and absolutely charming way to spice up your footwear daily. Instead

of digging through your closet for the right shoe, simply “design� a sandal that matches your outfit,

mood or event with its full line of colorful, lightweight styles and

over 200 interchangeable charms. 3

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Market on the Plaza

Every Thursday from 4:00 to 8:00 PM, Waikiki Beach Walk presents “Market on the Plaza,” a local farmers’ market featuring gourmet items, seasonal Hawaiian fruits and vegetables, freshly squeezed juice, coffee, chocolate sourced from local Hawaiian cacao, freshly baked sweets, Hawaiian salt and other seasonings, roasted macadamia nuts, poke, laulau, kalua pork bowls, goat cheese, salsa, and more. Location: Lewers Street (Between Kalakaua Avenue and Kalia Road)

Waikiki Beach Walk Map Casual Dining Beachwalk Cafe Café Glace Honolulu Cookie Company Subway Poke Bar Apparel & Shoes Blue Ginger Crazy Shirts HiLife Island Sole

21 7 11 11 4 14 5 6 14

Kahala Sportwear Mahina Malibu Shirts Noa Noa Popits Hawaii Pull-In Quiksilver Sunshine Swimwear

12 13 7 9 3 5 2 10

Gift / Art / Specialty ABC Stores Aloha Lovely Nails Hawaiian Quilt Collection Peter Lik Gallery Shiatsu And Massage Center The Refinery The Ukulele Store Under the Koa Tree Waikiki Christmas Store Wyland Galleries

Jewelry & Accessories King Jewelry Na Hoku Quiksilver Truffaux Hatmakers

3 2 8 8 4 16 12 3 4 10

Convenience & Services ABC Stores First Hawaiian Bank

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Beach Walk

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Level 2

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Embassy Suites Aloha Tower

Hawaii Tours

Amenity ATM

Elevator

Escalator

Restroom Phone

Valet Parking 10

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Restaurant Cheeseburger Beachwalk Giovanni Pastrami Kaiwa Waikiki Roy's Waikiki Ruth's Chris Steak House Taormina Sicilian Cuisine Yard House

* Map as of 2/2018

To Waikiki Beach

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Koko Marina Center Enjoy a waterfront shopping and dining experience in the cool marina breeze

Apparel, Special Gifts, and Local Restaurants

Koko Marina Center is nestled in an upscale residential area of East Oahu, only 20 minutes away from Waikiki. In addition to its movie theater and unique collection of apparel shops, visitors can sign up for exciting water activities, such as jet skiing and parasailing. Other points of interest include Bubbies, known for its premium mochi ice cream, as well as Assaggio Italian cuisine and Zippy’s, a local family favorite restaurant. Located near Hanauma Bay, this is a great place to stop by before or after driving along the Oahu coastline.

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H1 Waikiki Diamond Head

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Koko Marina Center

Makapu‘u Lookout

Sandy Beach Park

Koko Crater

Hanauma Bay

Information Koko Marina Center

7192 Kalaniana‘ole Highway, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM

*Hours vary by store. 808.395.4737

http://www.kokomarinacenter.com


opping Entertainment & Sh

Dining

Sophie’s Gourmet Hawaiian Pizzeria

Relax with pizza and cold Hawaiian craft beers you can't find anywhere else

Activity

The popular Moena Café, serving loco moco, eggs benedict, and pancakes

Event

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By rental car Head east on the H1 Freeway and continue straight onto Route 72 towards Hawaii Kai. Koko Marina Center will be on the left-hand side at the intersection of Kalaniana‘ole Highway and Lunalilo Home Road, just before the bay. Approximately 20 minutes.

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By TheBus Take Bus No. 22 from Kuhio Avenue and exit at the Koko Marina Center stop. Approximately 30 minutes.

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Welcome to Kailua

Kailua Beach Center 130 Kailua Rd. Kailua, HI 96734 (808) 263.6339 www.islandsnow.com Mon–Thur 10am–6pm / Fri–Sun 10am–7pm

Island Snow

Founded more than 30 years ago in 1979, this iconic specialty shop has become an integral part of Kailua’s flourishing history. Its owner envisioned a gathering place for friends and

family alike, leading to the shop’s unique offering

of both Island Snow’s original brand clothing and signature shave ice. Today, Island Snow operates two locations and carries everything from

coveted brands such as Stussy, Herschel, Vissla,

and Patagonia to local favorites like Hilife, Kailua Boys, Reyn Spooner and more.

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Kailua Shopping Center 600 Kailua Rd. Suite 111 Kailua, HI 96734 (808) 261.2900 Sun–Thur 10am–7pm / Fri–Sat 10am–8pm

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Now open on the second floor of Island Snow within Kailua Shopping Center, Stussy Hawaii is one of only four flagship stores in the United States. Originally started by board shaper, Shawn Stussy, today it boasts an unshakeable reputation as one of the most sought-after streetwear brands. Here you can find the latest season of T-shirts, hats, and accessories emblazoned with the iconic Stussy logos as well as extremely limited edition products available exclusively in this Hawaii flagship store. Don’t miss out!


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The History of the Aloha Shirt Painted with dynamic colors and tropical patterns, nothing says “Hawaii” quite like the Aloha shirt. Although its Polynesian motifs and simple, colorful designs were inspired by the Tahitian pareo, its history is also rich with Japanese influence since many tailor shops in downtown Honolulu were owned by Asian immigrants in the 1920s and 30s. During this time, silk and cotton Aloha shirts featuring Japanese prints became wildly popular thanks to Chinese-American merchant Ellery Chun, who registered the trademark for the term “Aloha shirt” in 1937. After World War II, business attire in Hawaii shifted from European-style jackets and ties to open-collared shirts, which were more suitable for the warm Hawaiian climate. The 1950s became known as the Golden Age of Aloha shirts, where more complex patterns made of rayon entered production full-swing. The shirts from this era are still highly coveted by collectors to this day. In the 1960s, Aloha shirts gained acceptance as typical summer business attire. Around this time, veteran brand “Reyn Spooner” began creating button-down Aloha shirts with a tailored inner lining, which ultimately became the standard for Hawaii businessmen. In the 1970s, it was trendy to find vintage Aloha shirts from the 50s in secondhand clothing stores and by the 1980s, Aloha shirts captured international interest when designers, such as Yves Saint Laurent, began incorporating Hawaiian prints into their luxury fashion lines. Expensive brand name Aloha shirts emerged in the 1990s, making it Hawaii’s signature look. The Aloha shirt is now widely appreciated as a symbol of the Aloha spirit, as it was created in tandem with the multicultural evolution of the Hawaiian Islands.


Resort Wear - Spring 2018

Island Slipper

The unmistakable feel of full grain leather combined with a special foam midsole makes the TL Lehua pleasantly comfortable for all-day wear while still giving you the right amount of height ($94.95). Embossed with a lush Hawaiian fern design, this slipper is constructed with the original Island ProÂŽ rubber outsole for the best arch support ($119.95). @Ala Moana Center & Royal Hawaiian Center

Quiksilver

A leading apparel shop for outdoor lovers worldwide, Quiksilver has everything you need for surf and sea including Roxy reversible swimsuits and Hawaii-exclusive boardshorts, tees, and accessories. @Waikiki Beach Walk

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Vilebrequin

The Moorea Primitive Turtles Swim Shorts ($250) and Flocked Turtles Swim Shorts ($290) – two vibrant marine prints sharing the same tailored elegance. @International Market Place

Blue Ginger

You won’t be able to resist reaching into your closet for this gorgeous Purple Flower Garden-printed Lehua dress ($89). @Waikiki Beach Walk

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All New Koa Wood Watches Our Hawaii craftsmen create top quality watches made with Koa wood and mother of pearl faces in blue and white. We hand-select special Koa wood from our private stock because we own more Koa than anyone else. (From $579)

Barefoot Pendant Forget slippers. Real Hawaiians go barefoot. This beautiful Barefoot pendant is made with a real Diamond and 14K Gold. ($535)

Koa iPhone Covers All new Koa cover for iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The only iPhone cover made with Hawaii Koa wood. Special flap protects your phone screen. Everyone will admire your beautiful Koa cover. Also available for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. ($160)

Innovative design and style. Made with Hawaii Koa wood.

Pua Perfume Best-selling Pua Perfume by Martin & MacArthur. A great gift to remember the sweet smell of Hawaiian Plumeria flowers. All natural and made with Real Plumeria flowers from Hawaii. (only $49).


Palm Tree Pendant Beautiful Palm Tree pendant made with 14K Gold and Diamond Solitaire. Created by the famous Hawaii jewelry designer, Mikel (from $485).

Koa-Tungsten Rings All New Koa rings made with 14K Gold and Tungsten. Beautiful Koa wood grain. Seven styles for men and women. Perfect for weddings, friendship and love. Perfect memory of beautiful Hawaii. (From $199)

Butterfly Pendant Made with special Koa wood from Hawaii. Beautiful 14K gold plated. Comes with chain. ($195)

Big Island Koa Wood Watches Made with Swiss movements. Mother of pearl faces. Sapphire crystal glass prevents scratching. Beautiful metal frames around each Koa link. (From $750)

Shop List Ala Moana Center 808.941.0074 / Ward Center 808.591.1949 / Sheraton Waikiki 808.922.0021 / Hilton Hawaiian Village 808.792.1140 / Outrigger Reef 808.447.2797 / Moana Surfrider 808.380.5747 www.martinandmacarthur.com


Souvenirs

Big Island Candies From shortbreads to chocolates to brownies, bring a little bit of Hawaii back home with you by picking up an assortment of mouthwatering treats by Big Island Candies. Ala Moana Center Center Court, Level 1

Malie Organics Boost the ambiance in any room with the fragrant aromas of the Malie Organics Linen & Room Spray ($38). Ala Moana Center & Royal Hawaiian Center

Neiman Marcus If you love Hawaii, you certainly don’t want to miss out on these Neiman Marcus Honolulu exclusives: Ohia Bakery Cookies ($16) and the “Mariposa” Maui Fruit Jewels collection ($20). Ala Moana Center | Center Court, Level 2

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d n a l s I !  a Bi w a Get Hop on a plane to the southernmost tip of the Hawaiian Archipelago and discover an island brimming with the subtle power of nature. Home to a multitude of the world’s various climate zones, its landscape encompasses everything from lava deserts and lush rainforests to snowcapped mountain tops. Take a look at our 3-day itinerary of must-see spots as you navigate the majestic beauty that is the Big Island.

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: Day 1 Kona o t e m Welco

• Arrive bright and early to pick up the keys to your rental car.

• Fuel up with a Kona coffee plantation tour, where some of the world's most flavorful coffee beans are harvested.

Photo Credit: Tor Johnson (HTA)

• Make your way to Waimea and roam the green pastures of cowboy country by horseback, ATV, or zipline. • Have an afternoon snorkeling session at the perpetually sunny Hāpuna Beach, often rated as one of the finest beaches worldwide.

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Photo Credit: Tyler Schmitt (IHVB)

• Pre-book your spot on a guided tour of Mauna Kea for a complete 7 to 8 hour excursion that starts with pick up in Kona and ends with stargazing at the summit.

• No tour? No problem. The Mauna Kea Visitor Information Station is accessible by rental car and offers stargazing programs every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday (weather permitting).

Photo Credit: Tyler Schmitt (IHVB)

: Day 3 Hilo Hello

• Start the day off with a stop at the Waipio Valley Lookout for a breathtaking view of King Kamehameha I’s serene childhood home.

Photo Credit: Kirk Lee Aeder (IHVB)

• Continue on to the Akaka Falls State Park, where two spectacular waterfalls plunge over 400 feet into the river below. • Pick up something sweet to snack on from the Big Island Candies headquarters.

• See the active Kīlauea volcano in action with a Crater Rim Drive around Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park.

• Catch a stunning sunset next to some Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles on the famous Punalu’u Black Sand Beach.

Photo Credit: Big Island Visitors Bureau


Shopping and Dining Along the Kohala Coast Tiffany HardWear link bracelet in 18k rose gold with pavé diamonds

King's Shops 250 Waikoloa Beach Dr.

Tiffany & Co.

Inspired by urban street style, the new Tiffany HardWear collection is an elegantly subversive addition to the Tiffany & Co. fashion jewelry line-up. Utilitarian yet sophisticated, the bold designs of Tiffany HardWear pay tribute to the power and attitude of the modern woman. Daily 10:00AM – 8:00PM 808.886.1931 www.tiffany.com

Tiffany HardWear ball ring available in 18k gold or 18k white gold with pavé diamonds

Noa Noa

One-of-a-kind batik fabrics inspired by Pacific Island textiles and ethnic patterns from around the world. Daily 9:30AM – 9:30PM 808.886.5449 www.noanoahawaii.com

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Maui Divers Jewelry

Carry the hidden message of Aloha wherever you go. Aloha Heart Pendant in 14K Yellow Gold, 18mm ($395). Chain available at additional cost. Daily 9:30AM – 9:30PM 808.886.0055 www.mauidivers.com


The Shops at Mauna Lani

Queens' Market Place

68-1330 Mauna Lani Dr.

69-201 Waikoloa Beach Dr.

Ruth's Chris Steak House

Romano's Macaroni Grill

Daily 5:00PM – 10:00PM 808.887.0800 www.ruthschrishawaii.com

Daily 11:00AM – 10:00PM 808.443.5515 www.macaronigrill.com

Lavish candlelit restaurant serving top-of-the-line USDA Prime Steaks, aged to perfection and broiled at 1,800 degrees to give it a mouthwatering sizzle.

A lively open kitchen atmosphere specializing in rich Italian classics and flavorful Tuscan entrees that make dining out feel like home.

Reyn Spooner

Fashion-forward Aloha shirts featuring vintage artwork, thoughtful tailoring, and Hawaiian tradition in every stitch for both professional and casual settings. Daily 10:00AM – 9:00PM 808.885.4493 www.reynspooner.com

Blue Ginger Family

Matching custom print aloha shirts, sundresses, muumuus, and accessories for all ages and all island occasions – guaranteed to brighten your day. Daily 9:30AM – 9:30PM 808.886.0022 www.blueginger.com

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Mauna Loa® macadamia nuts have a unique signature “crunch” and buttery flavor unlike any other nut. They are dry roasted to golden perfection. Come experience for yourself at our visitor center where you can see our factory in action, shop for an assortment of island treats and gifts, plus try samples of over 11 mouth-watering flavors.

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Share the Aloha with Hawaiian Host. The Original Premium Chocolate Covered Macadamias.

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Souvenirs

Honolulu Cookie Company Bringing a piece of paradise to the rest of the world is no small feat. In honor of the signature pineapple-shaped cookie’s 20-year heritage, Honolulu Cookie Company is releasing a collectable Hawaiian Quilt pattern tin and a decadent new flavor, White Triple Chocolate Macadamia ($17.95).

Dole Plantation

These bite-sized Milk Chocolate Pineapple Crunch morsels will satisfy even the biggest sweet tooth. @Wahiawa, HI

Lupicia A thoughtful starter set for the tea-lover in your life, this neatly packed gift box contains a heat-resistant ‘Mon Pote” mug, organic Ohia Lehua honey, and two popular blends: Momoko (an enchanting vanilla and peach green tea) and Anela (a Hawaii-exclusive black tea scented with strawberry, lychee, and jasmine). @Ala Moana Center

Tropical Bamboo Die-Cut Coasters featuring an intricate Hibiscus Flower, Hawaiian Islands Map, and Honu motifs for the living room or the study ($4.99).

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Gathered from an isolated Kiawe forest on the Big Island, the unparalleled quality of Rare Hawaiian Organic Kiawe Honey makes it a gourmet treat you can't find anywhere else ($19.99).


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Ocean View Dining Only one word can truly describe the experience of enjoying the island’s most delectable dishes

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RumFire Home to the largest selection of rum in America, this bar and lounge is one of the hottest spots in Waikiki. Sip on true liquid aloha from their extensive menu of expertly crafted concoctions, ranging from the classic RumFire Signature Mai Tai to the daring Scorched Strawberry made with Hawaiian chili pepper water. Whether you’re craving wine, beer, or a fishbowl for two, you’ll never go thirsty here. Kick back and relax into the tropical Waikiki night with a cocktail by the beach, RumFire’s signature comfort food, and great company all around.

INFO Sheraton Waikiki Hotel 2255 Kalakaua Ave. 808.922.4422 www.sheraton-waikiki.com/rumfire.html

Sun - Thur 11:30am – 12:00am Fri - Sat 11:30am – 1:30am Happy Hour 3:00pm – 4:00pm

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Ocean View Dining

Azure Restaurant & Bar Indulge in an intimate dining experience surrounded by candles, plush banquettes, and a canopy of dramatic decor at this world-class gem along the Waikiki beachfront. Azure chefs handpick the freshest catch every morning further demonstrating that quality is their top priority. By artfully incorporating organic vegetables and other local ingredients, each dish truly embodies the expression of "farm to table." Choose between an aromatic herb roasting or an innovative tropical cuisine preparation, and then have your meal paired with the perfect wine.

INFO The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort, Waikiki 2259 Kalakaua Ave. 808.921.4600 (Reservation Hotline) www.royal-hawaiian.com/dining/azure

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Daily 5:30pm – 8:45pm


beachhouse at the moana This tranquil oceanfront restaurant is nestled within the timeless white walls of Waikiki’s very first hotel, the Moana Surfrider. Through its Victorian-style architecture and dynamic island cuisine featuring the finest selection of steaks, seafood, and award winning wines, you’ll find yourself transported back in time to a classic Hawaiian era. It is, without a doubt, a legendary landmark with legendary flavor.

INFO Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa 2365 Kalakaua Ave. 808.921.4600 (Reservation Hotline) www.beachhousewaikiki.com

Daily 5:30pm – 9:30pm

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Ocean View Dining

The Signature Prime Steak and Seafood The Signature Prime Steak and Seafood's breathtaking panoramic view, sparkling crystal chandeliers, and live

piano music make it one of the most romantic dining spots. Start the evening with a noteworthy appetizer or by sharing the Seafood Tower. Their main menu offers the finest entrees and side dishes, from perfectly aged steaks to succulent Maine Lobster and King Crab. Pair with a cocktail and don't forget to leave room for dessert.

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Ala Moana Hotel, 36th Floor 410 Atkinson Dr.

808.949.3636 www.signatureprimesteak.com

Daily 4:30pm – 10:00pm

Dinner 5:00pm – 10:00pm


Editor's Pick Liliha Bakery

Ask any resident about Hawaii's must-eat treats and they will surely

mention the Liliha Bakery Coco Puff. Debuting more than 45 years ago, its distinct Chantilly frosting over a buttery, chocolate-filled shell has become a treasured part of the island’s food culture. The bakery is

committed to oven-freshness, churning out new pastries from morning to night, while its café side serves equally delicious breakfast and local

classics. This is a neighborhood spot many locals grew up loving because at Liliha Bakery, you are always treated like ohana (family).

515 N. Kuakini St. Tel: 808.531.1651 Open 24 hours a day from Tuesday 6am to Sunday 8pm / Closed Mondays

580 N. Nimitz Hwy. Tel: 808.537.2488 Daily 6am – midnight (Bakery) Daily 6am – 10pm (Coffee Shop)

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New Restaurant | New Menu

Yauatcha

Through trusted traditional techniques and contemporary twists of flavor, this Michelin-starred teahouse delivers a dynamic combination of dim sum, cocktails and European patisserie in a space artfully designed with Feng Shui principles top of mind. Yauatcha’s menu is broken down into authentic steamed, baked, grilled and pan-fried dim sum as well as hearty duck, fish and noodle dishes – all of which can be complemented with a drink from its eclectic Asianinspired cocktail program. For dessert, Yauatcha’s handmade petits gateaux, macarons and chocolate are notable favorites. Additionally, diners can enjoy sipping on an assortment of international teas including a hibiscus flower-infused Jade Oolong blend created exclusively for its Hawaii location. Other customized Waikiki menu items, such as the Scandinavian Scarlet cocktail and taro-flavored dim sum, are just a few innovative examples of how Yauatcha constantly strives to take everyday meals, social drinks and afternoon tea to the next level.

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INFO International Market Place 2330 Kalakaua Ave., Suite 326 808.739.9318 www.yauatcha.com/waikiki

Restaurant Sun – Thur 11:00am – 10:00pm Fri – Sat 11:00am – 11:00pm


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Herringbone Waikiki welcomes this new nautical eatery from the mind of Chef Brian Malarkey where “Fish Meats Field” – a melding of the freshest line-caught seafood and the highest-quality beef to create a coastal cuisine that highlights the best of both worlds.

With dreamy maritime décor reminiscent of a summer day spent relaxing on the shore, Herringbone fits seamlessly into the culinary scene of the Hawaiian Islands. But at the heart of its blueprint is the interactive, loungelike layout that encourages diners to connect with each other as much as they connect with the food. Serving everything from brunch to dinner alongside an extensive range of craft beers, savory wines and seasonal cocktails, a meeting among friends at Herringbone can easily become an all-day affair.

Disguised as an escape from reality, Herringbone is more than just a place to eat; it is a collection of culinary and social dining moments to be experienced. INFO International Market Place 2330 Kalakaua Ave., Suite 316 808.797.2435 www.herringboneeats.com/waikiki/

Dinner Sun - Thur 5:00pm – 10:00pm Fri - Sat 5:00pm – 11:00pm

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Basalt at Dukes Lane Market & Eatery Taking residence on the ground floor of Hyatt Centric Waikiki Beach is an impressive new contender in Waikiki’s vibrant food landscape. Basalt is a full service farm-to-table restaurant named after the volcanic rocks of Hawaii, where diners can expect ever-evolving breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus that utilize locally sourced ingredients for its global list of entrees. INFO 2255 Kuhio Ave., Honolulu, HI 96815 808.923.5689 | www.dukeslanehawaii.com

Breakfast 7:00am – 10:30am

Happy Hour (Daily) 3:00pm – 6:00pm

Lunch 11:00am – 2:30pm

Sunset Dinner Special 5:00pm – 6:00pm (daily prix-fixe menu, 3 course meal)

Dinner 5:00pm – 10:00pm (last seating at 9:45pm)

Live Music (Daily) 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Complimentary validation for Basalt customers at the Hyatt Centric Waikiki Hotel

Restaurant Suntory Like a hub for cuisine, the newly renovated Restaurant Suntory brings all of Japan’s eclectic dishes together under one roof. Whether you prefer teppanyaki on the grill, multifaceted kaiseki courses, crispy tempura, hot pot, fresh sushi or a traditional set meal, there is something here to satisfy every palate. Not many restaurants are able to offer such a dynamic range of dining experiences and hit each unique taste spot-on, but Restaurant Suntory pulls it off with grace. INFO Royal Hawaiian Center Building B - Lv.3 2233 Kalakaua Ave. 808.922.5511

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New Restaurant | New Menu

Yummy Korean BBQ

A fresh twist on a staple Korean entrÊe, the restaurant’s new Cold Noodle dish swaps its traditional buckwheat and arrowroot starch noodles with delicate Japanese somen noodles in a mixed bowl of chilled beef broth, kimchi, daikon, choy sum, cucumbers, and boiled egg in a sesame-vinegar sauce. @Ala Moana Center & Koko Marina Center

Charleys Philly Steaks Sink your teeth into a juicy Philly Cheesesteak recipe 30 years in the making. Every Charleys Philly Steak is made fresh to order and grilled right in front of you using 100% USDA Choice Steak or 100% All-White Meat Chicken Breast, piled high with all-natural cheeses and hand-cut vegetables. Tie the whole meal together with gourmet fries and refreshing real fruit lemonade. With hundreds of locations worldwide, each flavorful bite proves that mouth-watering food knows no bounds. @Ala Moana Center


Il Lupino Trattoria & Wine Bar

Moena Café

Breakfast surrounded by lush greenery Il Lupino’s substantial breakfast menu makes it a great place to indulge in the classics, such as Belgian waffles topped with fresh fruit, whipped cream, and maple syrup.

Dig into the best dishes at this popular café Located in the stylish town of Hawaii Kai, you’ll be hooked on the chewy texture of their strawberry milk-flavored pancakes and the savory notes of flavor from its pistachio topping.

8:00~22:30 2201 Kalakaua Ave. Tel: 808.922.3400 www.illupino.com

6:30~15:00 Koko Marina Shopping Center 7192 Kalanianaole Hwy, Suite D 101 Tel: 808.888.7716 www.moenacafe.com

Hawaii Swee�s

Goofy Cafe & Dine

Café Kaila

Tastes from a hidden gem You’ll have a happy heart and tummy with the large portion sizes of Goofy’s various breakfast sweets, such as the Big Island Honey French Toast and Berry Bowl.

A delicious full menu spread Enjoy fresh fruit piled on top of Café Kaila’s signature waffles, known for being perfectly crisp on the outside yet light and airy on the inside.

Breakfast 7:00~11:00 / Lunch & Cafe 11:00~16:00 Dinner 16:00~23:00 1831 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 201 Tel: 808.943.0077 / www.goofy-honolulu.com

7:00~15:00 (Last Call 14:00) 2919 Kapiolani Blvd. Tel: 808.732.3330 www.cafe-kaila-hawaii.com

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Scratch Kitchen & Bake Shop

Bills Hawaii

Downtown’s hole-in-the-wall kitchen Discover a menu of items that are handmade from scratch, like the Milk & Cereal Pancakes and Strawberries n’ Cream Stuffed French Toast.

A moment of bliss with fluffy ricotta pancakes This casual dining spot from Australia happens to have some of the best pancakes in the world. Even Hollywood celebrities can’t get enough of the irresistibly fluffy merengue-like texture.

Mon~Fri 9:00~15:00 Mon~Sat 17:00~21:00 Sat/Sun 7:30~15:00 Ward Village 1170 Auahi St Tel: 808.589.1669 www.scratch-hawaii.com

7:00~22:00 280 Beachwalk Ave Tel: 808.922.1500 www.billshawaii.com

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Sunny Days

Liliha Bakery

A winning café on Monsarrat Avenue Among all of the hip, trendy cafes on Monsarrat, Sunny Days is our favorite spot for healthy, delicious morning plates and pancakes.

Hawaii’s favorite coco puffs Liliha Bakery has been serving Hawaii for more than 60 years. Their most famous creation – the coco puff – is filled with chocolate cream and topped with a dollop of Chantilly.

8:00~20:00 3045 Monsarrat Ave. Tel: 808.799.0034 www.sunnydays-hanafru.com

Tues 6:00~ Sun 20:00 (Open 24 hrs)  Closed Mondays 515 N. Kuakini Street Tel: 808.531.1651 / www.lilihabakeryhawaii.com

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Waikiki Memo

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An easy way to navigate Waikiki is by identifying its major

roads. Kalakaua Avenue (running parallel to Waikiki Beach

towards Diamond Head) is Waikiki's primary shopping spot, lined with storefronts and bustling with people. On the

other hand, Kuhio Avenue can be thought of as the main

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Look for the yellow plates labeled “TheBus” along Kuhio Avenue, which is where many designated bus stops are. Bus numbers and destinations are displayed on the front of each bus. Kuhio Avenue (also running parallel to the beach, but inland) is a main route for TheBus, while the Ala Wai Canal, located a block away, is a great place for a stroll. As your destination nears, pull the cord above the window and simply push on the hand-operated door as you are exiting. Fare: 1 Adult ticket $2.75, Children $1.25 (6 – 17 years old) One-month commuter passes ($70) can be purchased at ABC Stores or at Satellite City Hall inside Ala Moana Center.

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Ohua Ave.

Waikiki Beach Marriott Resor t & Spa

Liliuokalani Ave.

Aqua Continental

Kapuni St.

Cleghorn St.

Hilton Waikiki Prince Kuhio

Kaiulani Ave.

Kanekapolei St.

Tusitala St.

St.

Ohana Waikiki East

Sheraton Princess Kaiulani

Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort

Super Market

Uluniu

International Market Place

Walina St.

Nahua St.

Aqua Honolulu Prince

Ilima Hotel

Duke Ln.

Nohonani St.

Ala Wai Blvd.

Hyatt

Place

Cartw

right

Que en Lem Kapiola on ni

Aston Waikiki Beach

Rd.

Rd.

Waikiki Grand Hotel

Honolulu Zoo Kapiolani Park

Kuhio Beach

8 19 20

Waikiki Aquarium

42

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MAP

O‘ahu Map

Turtle Bay Resort Golf Club Sunset Beach

Waialua

55

Waialee

Waimea

Around 60 mins drive from Waikiki. Take bus 52 from Ala Moana.

Pupukea

Waimea Beach

La Waimea Falls

Waialua

North Shore 52

Dole Plantation

Wahiawa Makaha

40

52

Mililani Waianae

Waipio Waikele Country Club

Waikele

Waikele Premium Outlets

40 42

Freeway

Kapolei Golf club

Ko Olina Golf club

Major road

Golf Course

Kapolei

Sightseeing

Major Beach

Ko Olina 5 km 96

Around 30 mins drive from Waikiki, no bus service.

Ewa

Pearl City

Pearl Harbor Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

Hawaii Prince Golf club

19

20


Bus Route

West Bound

East Bound

2

5

B

4 8 13 15

Polynesian Cultural Center

Laie

19 20 22

23

40 42

Kahana

E

52

55 56

Kualoa Ranch

57

TheBus Homepage www.thebus.org

Kahaluu 55

ty

20

Kaneohe

Pearl Country club

Kailua Beach

56

Lanikai Beach

Ko‘olau Golf Club

Kailua

4

52

Nuuanu Pali Lookout

13 15 2

9 Do

Honolulu International Airport

wn

Tantalus Look out

n t ow

Waikiki

Honolulu A la

an Mo

Wa

ik i

Sea Life Park Hawaii

Hawaii Kai

13

Kahala

ki

57

Hawaii Kai Golf Course

a

8

Waimanalo

23 22

2

Diamond Head

Waialae Country Club

Around 30 mins drive from Waikiki. Take bus 59 from Ala Moana.

Koko Head

Halona Blow Hole

Hanauma Bay

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Helpful Hawaii Information American Money There are four types of coins worth 1, 5, 10, and 25 cents as well as six types of paper bills worth $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100.

Weights and Measurements Fruits and vegetables are generally sold by weight in supermarkets. “$2.99 / lb” on a price tag means that one pound of the item costs $2.99 whereas “$2.99 / ea” means that each indi-

25 cents (quarter)

vidual item costs $2.99. At gas stations, the price displayed is per gallon (3.78 liters).

10 cents (dime)

American Units

English Abbrevi– ations

Unit

1inch

in.

2.54cm

1 foot

ft.

30.4cm

1 yard

yd.

91cm

1 mile

mI.

1.6km

1 ounce

oz.

28g

1 pound

lb.

450g

1gallon

gal.

3.78L

Length

5 cents (nickel)

Weight 1 cents (penny)

Volume

On-island Phone Calls

Alcohol and Tobacco

Time limitless phone calls can be made for 50

According to Hawaii State law, only those over

cents from public pay phones.

the age of 21 may purchase alcohol or tobacco. In most cases, you will be asked to present photo

Emergency Contact List

identification at the time of purchase. Beaches,

Ambulance, Police, Fire Department . . . . . . . . . 911

parks, hotels, restaurants, and other public spac-

Honolulu Police Department . . . . . . . . . 808.529.3111

es are all non-smoking areas. Failure to abide by

Doctor On Call (24 hours) . . . . . . . . . . 808.971.6000

this law will result in severe penalty.

Waikiki Emergency Medical Clinic . . . 808.924.3399

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Pacific Journey Hawaii – Spring 2018  

A luxury shopping and dining magazine.

Pacific Journey Hawaii – Spring 2018  

A luxury shopping and dining magazine.

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