I thought this might just be a tourist trap, but I was wrong. It was mostly locals hanging out. This whole town is closed all week and opens on Friday nights only from 6-9 PM. I guess they go fishing the rest of the week. Beautiful arts and crafts, great street foods, handmade jewelry, and just a great family, down-home atmosphere. It really makes you feel the sense of Aloha that is real Hawaii. Don't miss it and get there early. Its easy to spend three hours walking the shops and eating great food. (We had mahi tacos, ginger fried chicken, deep fried ice cream and a thai iced tea- but were too full for Kalua dogs with pineapple relish.)
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