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Haleiwa Beach House


The Haleiwa Beach House is most scenic and relaxing restaurant in Haleiwa, on Oahu's North Shore. We have done extensive renovations to the old Jameson's building, bringing it back to its glory days, while keeping with the country feel of this beautiful town. Located across the street from Ali'i beach, we offer unmatched Haleiwa sunset views.

Executive Chef, Chris Blanc, has created an amazing menu with a wide variety of offerings. He has taken your old favorites and presents them in a new and interesting way, using unique flavors to bring them to life. We have a large selection of fish that we can prepare any way that you wish. Also on the menu, are steak and meat options, burgers, and a large selection of pupus or appetizers.

The Beach House features TWO bars, one downstairs in the dining area, and one upstairs, flowing into an open-air deck. The spectacular views overlook the ocean in one direction and the beautiful and historic Lo Ko Ea fish pond in the other. We have 16 hand-selected craft beers on draft, as well as a wide assortment of bottled beers to choose from. Our bar manager, Eric Caldwell, has crafted 10 signature cocktails for you to try, including a new take on the Bloody Mary and our famous Mai Tai. We also offer over 40 different wines, sold by the bottle or glass, to enjoy with your dinner.

The next time you are on the North Shore, please join us for lunch or dinner with the family, or stop by with a friend. Savor a delicious meal in our dining room or grab a drink and relax around one of our four fire pits. However you choose to enjoy The Haleiwa Beach House, our goal is to treat you like family and to have you leave with a smile on your face. So please, join us...

GOOGLE DIRECTIONS :

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Haleʻiwa+Beach+House/@21.5959416,-158.1049212,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x7c0058d13dba1967:0xf234e1bac83f7a55!8m2!3d21.5959366!4d-158.1027325


62-540 Kamehameha Hwy. Haleiwa, HI 96712
 (808) 637-3435

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Haleiwa Bowls

The acai bowl may be a fad in the mainland, but once this delicious superfood blend was introduced in Hawaii, everyone became instantly obsessed.

There is nothing quite like enjoying an acai bowl full of acai berries, fresh fruit, granola or oatmeal, and a drizzle of honey for breakfast or as a post-hike meal. While you’ll find delicious acai bowls across the islands, our favorite comes from Haleiwa Bowls, a small, charming hut on Oahu’s north shore that serves up the best acai bowls and smoothies around. Let’s dig in. 

 

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Haleiwa Joes Seafood Grill

Through a passion for the ocean, great food, and a desire to share the stoke, friends Joe Lazar, Steve McGillin and Moe Lerner founded Haleiwa Joe’s restaurant in 1998.
Their adventures brought them to the North Shore for waves, but the Aloha spirit of sleepy Haleiwa town made them stay.
The founders believed that this Aloha spirit could be shared through a dining experience by celebrating surf legends in original memorabilia on the walls, menus boasting fresh, local ingredients and staff members that are just as talented at swimming with sharks as they are serving Mai Tais.
The Haleiwa location overlooking the ocean’s spectacular surf has become a social and culinary cornerstone for locals and visitors alike. In 2000, Haleiwa Joe’s opened a second location in Haiku Gardens on the windward side of Oahu. The open-air restaurant in this lush valley overlooks its own tropical garden and koi pond with a breathtaking view of the Ko‘olau mountain range.

WITH TWO AWESOME LOCATIONS-

 

Haleiwa Joe’s on the North Shore
Located in historic Haleiwa town on Oahu’s illustrious “Seven-mile Miracle,” the original Haleiwa Joe’s location boasts views of the harbor, ocean, and postcard sunsets. While the restaurant is casual enough for family dining, the food and service is fit for royalty. It is common to bump into surf celebrities and Hollywood stars dining here in the Surfing Capital of the World. This location is a notable hot spot for live entertainment and late night parties on the weekends.
Contact Haleiwa

 

 

Haleiwa Joe’s in Haiku Gardens
The second Haleiwa Joe’s location opened in 2000 on the windward side of Oahu in Kaneohe’s Haiku Gardens, which has a rich history. The land was sold in the mid-19th century as a royal possession to an Englishman named Bakersfield, who had quite a green thumb, planting many of the lily ponds and flowers still blooming in the gardens today.
In the Star-Advertiser’s PULSE quest for the best pau hana spots on Oahu, Haleiwa Joe’s Haiku makes the top of the list with the locals as, “one of those relaxing places that you’re happy to return to time after time.” The serenity of Haiku Gardens also makes this a popular venue for date nights, wedding parties, and special events. Sunday brunch is unique to this location and an absolute must for those who have yet to experience it.

 

 

Google Directions: 

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Haleiwa+Joe's/@21.5929464,-158.1059952,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x7c0058d3c82ca71d:0xcc193f36c9ed743d!8m2!3d21.5929414!4d-158.1038065

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Hard Rock Cafe

The Hard Rock Cafe is located in the heart of Waikiki with awesome views of Kalakaua ave.

This Hard rocks atmosphere is second to none, with live music almost daily.

Tons of amazing art pieces and things to look at and there is a nice Gift shop at at the entrance when you are greeted by their friendly staff.

Now not to mention the food and drinks are out of this world with happy hours every day and amazing food and drink specials. 

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Honolulu Beerworks

In 2014, Geoff Seideman and his wife Charmayne opened Honolulu Beerworks, a neighborhood craft brewery in the heart of Kaka'ako. From the beginning they focused on using unique and locally sourced ingredients in the brewing process. Honolulu Beerworks now has an experimental and robust barrel aging program.

 

The atmosphere, food and drinks and friendly staff make this one of the best brewery's on the island of Oahu.

They have something for everyone not to mention they sell take home cases of beer and growlers if your looking to bring the taste home with you.

Located in the beautiful kakaako district about 5 -10 min dirve from Waikiki depending on traffic. 

THREE REASONS TO STOP :

  1. DOZENS OF CRAFT BEERS TO TRY 
  2. AMAZING FOOD (FOR A BREWERY)
  3. ATOMPSHERE - THEY HAVE GAMES TO PLAY AND INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SEATING AND THE STAFF IS ALWAYS SO FRIENDLY 

 

 

But don't take our word for it Make sure to give these guys a try and tell them GOGO sent you. 

 

OPEN Tues, Wed, Sun 12-8P
& Thur, Fri, Sat 12-10P
Closed on Mondays

 

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Kailua Beach Adventures

Kailua Beach Adventures is by far the best place in kailua to get kayaks and stand up paddle boards.

 

KAYAKS:

  • Double kayaks - Starting at $79
    • Single kayaks - Starting at $59
    • Stand-up paddle board - Starting at $59
    • Bikes - Starting at $20
    • Snorkel set - Starting at $15
    • Boogie board - Starting at $15
    • Surfboard - Starting at $20

 

PADDLE BOARD :

1/2 day- $59
full day- $74

 

The staff is very friendly and welcoming, they also offer tons of different lessons be sure to hop on their website to see all they have to offer. 

 

https://www.kailuabeachadventures.com/

 

 

 

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Liko's Tap & Table

Liko's Tap and Table is one of the few amazing restaurants that sits on the water in Koko Marina Located in the lovely Hawaii Kai area.

They have a great beer selection to choose from. Awesome cocktails and even better food. 

Relax by the water and watch the paddle boarders and boaters pass as you enjoy one of there delicious loco mocos.

The atmosphere here is second to none and ocassionionly have live music its a must while in Hawaii Kai. 

 

 

Recommendations :

 

  1. Loco Moco - Fan favorite 
  2. Bacon Mac & Cheese 
  3. Fish & Chips 
  4. Liko's fresh catch 

 

Great food great atmosphere we would rate this 8.5 out of 10 

 

 

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Moku Kitchen

Moku Kitchen is a chef-driven concept that brings Hawaii’s rich upcountry farming and ranching heritage to downtown Honolulu’s urban lifestyle. The upcountry way of life echoes a simpler time where food was locally-sourced and cooked over an open fire on the ranch. At Moku, we like to keep things simple and will serve Chef Peter Merriman’s twist on upcountry specials from our lively rotisserie oven.