While this shopping center isn't in the center of any tourist district, it caters in part to the tourist contingent, as ... More
Keauhou Shopping Center
While this shopping center isn't in the center of any tourist district, it caters in part to the tourist contingent, as evidenced by the free shopping shuttle and the advertisements in weekly magazines. However, it's still appealing to locals, thanks to the presence of numerous practical retailers and business services. A chiropracter, real estate office and post office are onsite. Retailers include Liberty House, Alapaki's and Bad Ass Coffee. Formal restaurants, snack shops and a shave ice stand are also on the premises. Credit card acceptance varies by merchant. Call to know the open hours.
Eliminating Aloha Friday is a Big Management Mistake
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 9/5/07
We have owned a vacation rental house in Captain Cook since 1999 and have been coming to the Aloha Friday activities for many years. We do shopping, attend the movie, and often have dinner there. We always suggest that our tenants and visitors come to the shopping center on Fridays, see the hula show, and visit one of the many fine restaurants. While we enjoy the stores there, we think it is very short-sighted on the part of the center management to discontinue Aloha Friday. We sincerely hope the shopping center management reverses their decision to discontinue Aloha Friday activities.
Bob Hofmann and Nancy Bolt
Thank you for having such a clean and wonderful plaza. We visited from Canada and really enjoyed the stores. We ate and shopped there everyday & especially wanted to support you after hearing how you take care of the stray cats. We were thrilled to hear about your kindness towards them. See you next year!
Zahava and allan
I have always loved this shopping center, especially on Fridays, because I could make a lei or take ukulele lessons, or just listen to people play and sing and do the hulu. Now I have learned that this shopping center's management has decided to stop having the Aloha Friday activities. I for one will stop frequenting this place, and I know that my friends will also STOP going there if these activities cease. What a horrible mistake this is. I know that Willie and Ukulele LehuLehu will definitely find a more welcoming place to play and sing and dance, but what a shame for the tourists who came to listen to authentic Hawaiian music and watch the hulu being done. Since the new management came, things have changed up at the center and not for the better, I might add.
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