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I can’t think of a better way to experience the diverse cultures of the Hawaiian Islands than through the universal language of food. Some of Hawaii’s best-kept dining secrets can be found along the streets and deep into the hearts of neighborhoods and charming towns throughout the Aloha State. Whether you are a foodie in search of a multicultural dining experience or families looking to taste Hawaii’s local cuisine, Hawaii is host to a number of neighborhoods sure to satisfy an array of culinary cravings!

Highlighted below are a few must-visit neighborhoods on Oahu, Kauai, Maui, and the island of Hawaii:

KAIMUKI (OAHU)

For those looking to venture beyond the streets of Waikiki,  go to mauka (on the mountain side) of Diamond Head, to the eclectic neighborhood of Kaimuki. From traditional Hawaiian bakeries and health bars to craft pubs and inventive cafes with international inspiration, this walkable neighborhood offers an array of unique eats.

WAILUKU (MAUI)

Nestled at the foot of the West Maui Mountains is the charming town of Wailuku, known for its off-the-beaten-path family owned cafes, restaurants and bakeries. Among the many cherished “mom and pop” eateries, an assortment of contemporary bistros and coffee shops have emerged, providing a robust variety of options for visitors and residents alike.

HANAPEPE (KAUAI)

Known as “Kauai’s Biggest Little Town,” Hanapepe’s historic buildings are home to enchanting cafes and local eateries that offer a diverse array of culinary delights. Whether you’re craving Hawaiian plate lunches or authentic Mexican tacos, your clients will have many delicious options to choose from while admiring the numerous art galleries throughout the town.
 
Bear Bakery, Wong’s Restaurant, Taro Ko Farm, Unko’s Kitchen, Hua Hale Shave Ice, Hanapepe Cafe & Bakery

HILO (ISLAND OF HAWAII)

If you are vacationing on the island of Hawaii we encourage you  to spend a day in the historic town of Hilo. Bursting with local flavor and culture, visitors are invited to indulge in the diverse cuisines offered. Residents boast about the multi-ethnic comfort foods, farm-to-table concepts and lunch shops that will have guests coming back for more.

FOOD NEIGHBORHOODS
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