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Best things to do in Wahiawa

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Seafood Restaurant
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“All of the food here is great... but the prime rib after 5PM is incredible! Parking can be a challenge though. 45 minute drive to the North Shore from Ko Olina”
70 locals recommend
Food Truck
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“The most famous shrimp truck on the North Shore, originally launched out of a converted bread truck more than 20 years ago. Now that's some staying power. Will it be garlic shrimp today drenched in butter, shrimp scampi, or perhaps we're feeling a little braver and will have the no refunds, hot and spicy shrimp plate!”
39 locals recommend
Farm
“Everything Pineapple. Far drive so look so other activities in the area. Or look for a tour that has the plantation on the destination on tour. Well worth the trip. They also have a lot of activities for children.”
37 locals recommend
Neighborhood
“A drive to the North Shore is a must on Oahu. Turn Left (East) on the highway as you leave Villa Laulea to experience the greatest views, and come back through Central Oahu after enjoying dinner in the historic beach town of Haleiwa. ”
35 locals recommend
Ice Cream Shop
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“Growing up as a kid on the North Shore meant my reward for sitting still for a haircut was a Shave Ice. Not a bad deal. The barber shop is now Aoki's Shave Ice, right across the street. My favorite flavors are Li hing mui, Lilikoi and Lychee. Order with Ice Cream on the bottom!”
41 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“They have a wide variety of coffee beverage and food. They have free WIFI They sell Waialua Coffee beans. Located inside the North Shore Marketplace”
37 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“They are open late which is nice for Hawaii. Their food is also great and isn't too expensive for the amount of food you get. We have eaten there and done take-out, great family food. ”
33 locals recommend
Bistro
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“The Haleiwa Beach House is one of my favorite restaurants on North Shore Oahu. My favorite is the Poke Bowl with the catch of the day. ”
29 locals recommend
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“Open for breakfast and lunch Healthy meals and fun atmosphere. Located next door to Haleiwa Post Office”
42 locals recommend
Café
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“Locally owned, all local produce and homemade bread. Very reasonable prices and relishes casual spot fo take out or to grab a great healthy lunch.”
41 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Malama Market Located in Haleiwa town. Small grocery store where you can find all of your grocery essentials. Beer, Wine and Alcohol sold here”
22 locals recommend
Mexican Restaurant
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“When our family needs our Mexican food fix, we head over to Cholo's. If they have their fresh fried fish tacos on special, order them, so good.”
32 locals recommend
Sushi Restaurant
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“Great rolls, fun atmosphere but not a place to be in a hurry. We love going to Banazi sushi but don't too often because the wait is usually too long. They do not take reservations but they will let you go sign in and they will call you when they have your table so you can go walk around while you wait. ”
29 locals recommend
Park
“Spend the day exploring the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands. Wander through 42 acres of tropical splendor and enjoy the adventure of traditional hands-on activities. Dine like royalty at an authentic Polynesian luau and top it off with the most spectacular evening show in the islands. All of Polynesia in one exciting place.”
23 locals recommend
Pharmacy
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“some awesome deals are to be had here - including chocolate covered MacNuts”
16 locals recommend
Board Shop
“Beach gear, surf board hire, stand up paddle boards, diving gear and an ongoing array of sale items. Lost your t-shirt at the beach? No problem. Just pop in here and pick up a bargain. All surf brands. Hats. Sunscreen. Beach gear galore!”
19 locals recommend