It may look dilapidated and questionable, but this place is a favorite of locals and has been for years. It does a booming take-away business ... More
It may look dilapidated and questionable, but this place is a favorite of locals and has been for years. It does a booming take-away business throughout the day and evening. While an indoor dining area is available, most diners usually choose the outdoor patio area. The fare is simple and meaty. Dishes are either American or Asian in origin. Only-in-Hawai'i dishes include the Fried Rice Omelet and the Tripe Soup. Weak stomachs need not worry, however; there is a decent selection of burgers, omelets and other familiar food.
Anyone who's looking for friendly spirits on the Friendly Isle will probably want to come to Molokai Wines & Spirits.
It's pleasant, clean and upscale; closer to a wine shoppe than a liquor store. A wide selection of wines ...
If you love the smell of fresh bread and pastries baking, visit this historic venue. The bakery, founded in 1922
by Fred and Shigeo Kanemitsu, was originally based in a shack in Manila Camp. After moving to the downtown ...
This solemn little memorial is not in the heart of downtown Kaunakakai; it's about a block away. It looks like
a perfectly manicured park. Upon closer inspection, one notices the symbolic cannons and the giant marble monument that looks ...