Located in the heart of quaint and charming Hanalei, this eatery commands attention for its Cali-Mex menu with tropical accents. The open-air eatery ... More
Located in the heart of quaint and charming Hanalei, this eatery commands attention for its Cali-Mex menu with tropical accents. The open-air eatery sits shoulder to shoulder with boutiques, kayak outfitters and tour companies to make Hanalei a busy place for most of the day. The atmosphere is tropical with an inviting bar and friendly staff. The bar is a popular spot for locals who gather to relax after a long day of work in the sun or on the ocean. Island visitors love the ambiance, the happy hour and the relaxed setting. The dinner menu is a collection of steaks, seafood and pastas along with salads and burgers. - Lottie Tagupa
Went in for breakfast at 10:30 on a Saturday morning. Ordered the Banana and Macadamia Pancakes and was told they were out of Macadamia Nuts but did I still want them? NO! Send someone to the local store and buy some, DUH!
I won t be going back, and I own a place in Princeville.
I love this place! The atmosphere is great, esp. if you find a table outdoors. Sure, it takes a while for the food, but it is worth it. If you just want a relaxing yet fun place to eat, I would recommend Kalypso.
Under new ownership but still the same great food. The outside deck wraps around the restaurant and is a good place for a date. Their daily fish couldn't be fresher and the staff is nice and fun. Mellow attitude and good food.
A visit here fills sightseeing requirements and leaves plenty of time to relax. The pier is located in busy Black
Pot Beach Park, and is nearly a century old. Agricultural exporters originally docked their vessels here, but it ceased ...
Among other things, this store sells some of the funkiest, coolest Aloha shirts in all of Kauai. Designed by Reyn
Spooner and Jams, the shirts feature distinctive yet authentic patterns. They are perfect for island or mainland wear. Other ...
The tiny town of Hanalei now boasts two shopping centers: red roofed Ching Young Village and diminutive Dolphin Center. The
latter is housed in a pastel building that used to be a schoolhouse, just off the highway. There are ...