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happy4travel wrote a review Nov 2019
Northern California1,292 contributions336 helpful votes
The nicest people we’ve ever met! Our family was so impressed by this little shop and the delightful people who lived there. Great atmosphere for locals as well. The folks here are truly welcoming and VERY friendly! Definitely a must stop for families and locals especially. We enjoyed our lunch, and DINNER, too! This little town was amazing!! Hopefully we’ll return again someday. 🏄♀️…
Date of experience: June 2019
norman m wrote a review Oct 2019
Pahoa, Hawaii1,214 contributions77 helpful votes
This is a nice place to stop in ......but be sure you look at the many other shops on the street......all kinds of things to buy and see......one of the shops even gave me a free T shirt....
Date of experience: October 2019
bobsboy_texas wrote a review Mar 2017
Carrollton, Texas181 contributions21 helpful votes
Stopped in Honokaa on our drive up the Kamakua Coast and sampled some of the local shops. It was worth a look, and a nice break from the drive.
Date of experience: April 2016
Steve L wrote a review Jul 2016
Jamestown, New York519 contributions76 helpful votes
We stopped through Honokaa on a Sunday, and this was one of the few places open. It had some very nice locally made items (and some other items made elsewhere that you would have thought were local... So inspect before you buy). I bought a few hand made items. Also some very nice hand made quilts in here. Worth a stop in this unique little town. …
Date of experience: July 2016
Joel W wrote a review Mar 2016
Rhinebeck, New York575 contributions161 helpful votes
Not the best but worth a stop if you happen to be in Honokaa. You might say this is the mini-walmart of Honokaa as they have a huge and varied souvenir selection as well as some locally produced goods (quilts).
Date of experience: February 2016