Food & Dining

North Shore Marketplace 66-246 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa

Daily 12pm-9:30pm

Outdoor dining is casual and relaxed on a covered deck with Japanese-style seating on Zabuton pillows or conventional tables. Relax and dine while watching surf videos and sipping warm or cold sake.

Star Advertisers Best Restaurants (2007 – 2015)

BANZAI is known for sourcing their fish from the Honolulu Fish Auction (the second largest fish auction in the world after Tsukiji Fish market in Japan) and they also work with numerous North Shore organic farms to use seasonal ingredients when ever possible.

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North Shore Marketplace
66-246 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa

Open Daily 8am–Late
(808) 637-9898

Breakers Restaurant and Bar is where the surf culture comes to relax, grind and enjoy the laid back North Shore lifestyle. They are open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night. Daily specials and extensive menu includes local favorites like the Loco Moco and kalua pork fries as well as pizzas, fish and the best burgers in town!

Family-friendly Breakers is your first choice for fine food in a casual atmosphere at affordable prices. Kids-meet-surf in the GROM ROOM where your grom enjoys everything from chocolate chip pancakes to popcorn shrimp off the keiki menu. Mom can sip on a piña colada while Dad enjoys a cold beer and sports.

Breakers is a spot to relax anytime, inside or out on the patio. It features a full sports bar, 8 flat screen TVs, pupus menu, daily drink specials with Happy Hour Monday through Friday! Late night entertainment includes many top local bands, solo artists and Karaoke every Tuesday night.

Breakers is a “surf family” owned and operated business on the North Shore and was voted 2009 Best by Honolulu Magazine.

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Homestyle Mexican Food and Legendary Margarita Bar

66-250 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa
Open daily 9:30am-9:30pm
(808) 637-3059
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Cholos Homestyle Mexican Voted Hawaii’s “Best Mexican” by the Star Advertiser’s People’s Choice Awards. Cholos uses the freshest local ingredients to create traditional favorites such as Carne Asada, Chile Verde and homemade Tamales. Try the daily specials, inspired by street vendor food, which include favorites like grilled Ahi Tacos and Oaxacan Tlayuda!

Cholo’s Margarita Bar, said to serve some of the best margaritas island wide use top shelf premium tequilas adding fresh squeezed juices and a few secret ingredients. Choose the traditional Cadillac, Tropical Mango(in season), or local style Li Hing Mui! A full array of ice cold Mexican beers and Spicy Mexican favorite Michelada as well as refreshing Cuban Mojitos.

Dine in or take out. Large Parties Welcome!

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nostalgic food, local goods and everyone-is-family hospitality

55-370 Kamehameha Hwy. Laie
Open Monday–Saturday
(808) 293-3333

Hukilau Marketplace, at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, is a vintage throwback to 1930’s Hawaii offering nostalgic food, local goods and everyone-is-family hospitality. The atmosphere of the Marketplace is perfectly unpretentious and embraces all the flavor (and a few unpolished flaws) of Old La’ie. Whether you stop in weekly or during an O‘ahu vacation, the Hukilau Marketplace takes you by the elbow, puts you at ease, and invites you learn about and be part of a community that’s been here nearly 100 years.

Indeed, the Marketplace is an up-and-coming destination for shopping, casual dining, and stretching your legs during a day of sightseeing on the North Shore. It includes an inviting array of proprietors:

  • Pounder’s Restaurant
  • Polynesian Bakery
  • Roulotte Court
  • The Confection Store
  • Island Food Kiosks & Carts
  • La’ie General Store
  • Hapa Home Store
  • Ukulele Experience
  • And more

Encompassing 119,000 square feet and positioned just off Kamehameha Highway, Hukilau Marketplace sets adjacent to the Center’s Pacific Theater, site of the award-winning Ha: Breath of Life evening show. Admission and parking for the Hukilau Marketplace is free for both visitors and residents and is open longer than typical PCC hours, 11:00am – 4:30pm, Monday through Saturday.

The diversity of shops and dining establishments, plus daily, live performances of music and dance, will appeal to both visitors and residents and make a daytrip along the North Shore’s windward side even more enjoyable. Notably, the Hukilau name is a tribute to Laie’s fascinating heritage and longstanding legacy of cultivating the people and culture of Polynesia. In fact, the hukilau was the inspiration for creating the Polynesian Cultural Center, which opened in 1963.

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Farm Cafe & Fine Country Gifts

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56-800 Kamehameha Hwy, Kahuku
(808) 628-0639
Daily 11am-4pm (closed Tues)
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The Matsuda and Fukuyama families began farming on the north shore of Oahu over one hundred years ago. With the love of agriculture deeply rooted in both families, they opened their gates to the public in 2010. Today, their Farm Café features freshly harvested ingredients from their fields offering fresh fruit smoothies, tangy lilikoi sorbet, grilled banana bread, wholesome farm fresh salads, soups, panini, pizza and more.

Come visit and Take a fun-filled wagon ride through one of Oahu’s most beautiful farms. Visit our Farm Café for fine country gifts, fresh island fruit and tasty treats from our fields.

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66-160 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa
Open daily 11am-8pm
(808) 637-6067
4480 Kapolei Pkwy, Kapolei
Open daily 10:30am-8pm
(808) 674.4030

They might be known for their great burgers, but there’s plenty more where those came from – grilled fish, chicken, eggplant and peppers, fresh cut fries, and crisp salads just to name a few! Stop by today and dine in or take out.

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Naturally Simple Frozen Yogurt

56-505 Kamehameha Hwy, Kahuku
Mon.-Sat. 12pm-9pm, Sun 12pm-6pm
(808) 799-2110

At Ono Yo you’ll find local flavors like lilikoi, guava and papaya. We make our yogurt with real fruit, Greek yogurt and aloha! Choose one of our creations or build your own.

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North Shore Oahu

Local, organic, fresh prepared meals and drinks!

66-935 Kaukonahua St (Suite 105) (inside Scoop of Paradise)
(808) 638•2505
(Toll Free: (855) 933.2YOU)
brunch, lunch, or early dinner
Local, organic, fresh prepared meals and drinks, or weekly meal boxes – pick up, eat in or have it delivered!

Amazing vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, and paleo options!
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66-200 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa
Daily 11am-8pm since 1998
(808) 637-0104
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This is a great place to stop and eat on the North Shore. Enjoy large, small, or “by the slice” pizzas, featuring their made from-scratch dough and sauce. Try their pasta dishes with homemade sauces or their tasty selection of oven baked hoagies and authentic buffalo wings. Like them on Facebook.

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Handcrafted Hawaiian Lemonades

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66-526 Kamehameha HWY, Haleiwa
Mon-Sun, 10am-6pm
(808) 683-5482

43 S. Kamehameha Highway, Wahiawa
Tues-Sun 10am-6pm (closed Mon)
(808) 726-1077

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Handcrafted Hawaiian Lemonades, sourced from locally grown fruits and produce, from the farms to our friends. Also serving superfoods smoothies and unique signature Acai bowls.

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