As you stroll through Waikiki along Kalakaua Avenue, turn onto Lewers Street heading toward the ocean. The block ahead is known as the Waikiki Beach Walk. Exploring this stretch of storefronts, restaurants, and galleries is similar to shopping in a mall, but with sunshine instead of florescent lighting. Browse for bathing suits in the island clothing stores, window shop for pearl jewelry, then grab a pick-me-up cup of coffee or gelato. Ride the escalator from the sidewalk to the second level of shopping and dining options.
Whether you're in the mood for a burger and a beer or a filet mignon and a glass of cabernet, the Waikiki Beach Walk has casual eateries, cozy cafes, and upscale restaurants to satisfy every craving. View the work of local artists in the Beach Walk's many galleries, and check for dates and times of special art exhibits or openings offering refreshments and giveaways. Cultural activities such as lei making, hula lessons, and learning to speak Hawaiian are available nearly every day of the week at Mana Hawai'i on the Waikiki Beach Walk. You can also enjoy the music of the islands during free performances on the Beach Walk's open air Plaza Stage. Visit the website or call 808-923-2220 for a full schedule of activities and events.
- 10am to 10pm daily
- Bar and Restaurant hours vary
- Valet parking available at Embassy Suites. Enter from Beachwalk Street. Valet parking at the Wyndham. Travel south on Lewers Street. Turn left on Helumoa Street. Both cost $6 for 4 hours with validation.
- Location: Lewers Street between Kalakaua Avenue and Kalia Road, HI
- Phone: 808-931-3591
- Website: www.waikikibeachwalk.com