The outdoor restaurant serves fresh-daily foods and the menu depends on what the farmers are offering that morning. The food was absolutely wonderful and the atmosphere unmatched. Not all of the galleries are open every day, and many close early; but it is still worth the visit to see what Hawai'i looked like 100 years ago. Shopkeepers were extremely friendly and were happy to tell us about their craft.
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