RELISH A NEW SHOPPING AND DINING EXPERIENCE WHILE YOU RELIVE OLD LAIE.
The Polynesian goods and cuisine of that nostalgic, 1950’s era are offered once again at the new Hukilau Marketplace. Come experience a new dining and shopping experience, accompanied by the sights, sounds and tastes of the North Shore’s good ol’ days. Mahalo!
WANT A NEW SHOPPING EXPERIENCE? RETURN TO THE OLD LAIE.
The diversity of shops and kiosks, plus daily, live performances of music and dance, will make your day-trip to the North Shore even more memorable. Souvenirs, aloha wear, island home décor, Hawaiian jewelry, Polynesian art and more await you – as does free parking and clean restrooms.
COME SAVOR CLASSIC ISLAND CUISINE.
The Hukilau Marketplace – a throwback to the hospitable era of 1950’s Laie, when the food was as lively and authentic as the North Shore natives. Enjoy a taste of of pani popo, polasami, lupulu, haupia-filled pastries and plenty more.
OLD LAIE. NEW EVENTS.
The atmosphere of the Marketplace is perfectly unpretentious and embraces all the personality (and a few unpolished flaws) of Old Laie, including native music and dance performed daily. And if you’re looking for more island entertainment, step inside the adjacent Polynesian Cultural Center and let the fun begin.
ONE OHANA SHARING ALOHA!
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