If you love the smell of fresh bread and pastries baking, visit this historic venue. Kanemitsu Bakery and Restaurant, founded in 1922 by Fred and ... More
If you love the smell of fresh bread and pastries baking, visit this historic venue. Kanemitsu Bakery and Restaurant, founded in 1922 by Fred and Shigeo Kanemitsu, was originally based in a shack in Manila Camp. After moving to the downtown location in 1931, the operation expanded to include a cafe. A huge old-fashioned gumball machine adorns the bakery area. The spacious but plain dining room has peeling linoleum floors, Formica tables and no windows. The food is inexpensive and satsifying. A full American-style breakfast is available. Lunch fare includes burgers, sandwiches, salads and local plate lunches. Cash only.
This is the only harbor on Molokai, and it gets quite a bit of traffic. In addition to the few
island charter companies that operate out of the harbor, many locals keep private boats at the slips. The enormous ...
In the days of Hawaiian royalty, this was the site of King Kamehameha's holiday home. The home is gone now
except for a few decrepit foundations, but the park is still a nice place to relax and wander. Stroll ...
The benches outside this downtown grocery store seem to be a local hangout. It starts around 8:30a, when a few
old men gather to shoot the breeze. By noon, the crowd usually expands to include a few employees from ...
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