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  • ABC Stores – Kalakaua Ave.

    Locally owned and plentiful throughout Waikiki, ABC Stores offers everything from quick-stop groceries and sundries to fine wines and spirits, drugs and cosmetics, local apparel, and Island-style souvenirs from shell necklaces to music CDs. This is the perfect place to pick up creative Hawaii gifts ... read more >>
  • ABC Stores – Lewers Street

    Locally owned and plentiful throughout Waikiki, ABC Stores offers everything from quick-stop groceries and sundries to fine wines and spirits, drugs and cosmetics, local apparel, and Island-style souvenirs from shell necklaces to music CDs. This is the perfect place to pick up creative Hawaii gifts ... read more >>
  • Ala Moana Center

    One of the largest shopping malls in the world, Ala Moana Center boasts nearly 300 stores and dining choices. With an estimated 42 million visits per year, it is undoubtedly Honolulu’s unofficial town square. Choose from a host of wonderful local-style shops such as Cinammon Girl, Animation ... read more >>
  • Aloha General Store

    Aloha General Store serves up Hawaii’s best shave ice in 20 flavors, plus cold drinks, snacks and all-natural fruit smoothies. The shop also features Dave’s Ice Cream, recently voted the best ice cream in Hawaii. Pick up Island-style goods such as aloha shirts, muumuus, T-shirts, ... read more >>
  • Aloha Stadium Swap Meet

    Oahu’s largest swap meet takes place three days a week in the parking lot of Honolulu’s Aloha Stadium, just past the airport. More than 700 local merchants carry an eclectic variety of goods and wares, from Island-style souvenirs to luggage, jewelry and popular local snacks. Open ... read more >>
  • Art at Marks Garage

    Much more than a typical art gallery, this collaborative, multicultural, nonprofit community arts center in Chinatown has grown over the past ten years to attract over 100,000 people annually to more than a dozen exhibits and art festivals and over 150 performances, lectures, screenings, and ... read more >>
  • Bailey’s Antiques and Aloha Shirts

    In business for more than 30 years, Bailey’s has gained a loyal visitor and local following. With a collection of used, new, vintage and specialty aloha shirts numbering above 15,000, plus Americana and Hawaiiana antiques and collectibles from figurines to jewelry, sheet music, postcards and ... read more >>
  • Cedar Street Galleries

    More than 350 established and emerging artists are represented at this gallery owned by Sherry and Michael Schnack who have encouraged and exhibited many artists from the Hawaii over the years. Art styles range from Hawaiiana to abstract and classical realism. Featured media include oil, charcoal, ... read more >>
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