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Located on a heavily trafficked section of South Kihei Road, this shopping center has a few major businesses. Foremost among them are Foodland, one of Maui's favorite grocery stores, and Chuck's Steakhouse, a large, busy, family-style eatery. A few specialty stores are also located here. The Rainbow Attic is a popular second-hand clothing store, known for its low-priced designer consignments. Diver's Locker rents and sells pro snorkel and dive equipment.
Aesthetically a notch above its across-the-street neighbor the Aloha Marketplace, this bazaar sells local arts, crafts and gift items. A number of local artisans and vendors have booths in the open-air market, while specific business such as Jabooka Jooce and Alexander's Fish & Chips are clustered around the bazaar area. A sunny outdoor patio in the center is the perfect spot for an informal meal. It is fairly easy to spot this place; it looks like a gigantic warehouse with no front doors. Credit card acceptance policy and hours of operation vary by merchant.
Is marinated tofu with baby greens your idea of the perfect lunch? If so, this is your kind of grocery store. It is located on the jam-packed South Kihei strip and caters to health-conscious people of all kinds. The food is organic and delicious, with a variety of deli and grocery items available. It makes a great place to stop for lunch. Build your own salad and sit outside in the Maui sunshine to enjoy it. This is a favorite of health-conscious denizens of South Maui.
After a slow start, this pretty little shopping center seems to have finally attracted some notice among the tourist contingent. The main attraction is the Maui Ocean Center, the only thing the island has that even remotely resembles a zoo or aquarium. However, plenty of other shops and restaurants are filling up the other spaces, albeit not rapidly.You can now find Maui Dive Shop, Hula Cookies and Ice Cream, and Moonbow Tropics in the center. There are several dynamite restaurants, including newbie Capische!, sophisticated Bamboo Bistro and old favorite Buzz's.
Credit card acceptance varies by merchant.
When you are planning on buying little hula dolls for about 100 people back home, this is the place to visit. Great quantities of every stereotypical Hawaiian souvenir are on the shelves. You will find sarongs, souvenir license plates, macadamia nuts, hats and more. This is also the place to find flip-flops, trashy paperbacks or any other beach essential. The store is large, well-lit and well-organized—which is good, because the service can be sluggish. There are other store locations throughout Maui.
Na Hoku draws on the themes of nature and Hawaiian aesthetics to create sophisticated pieces of jewelry, which are sure to set you apart from the regular crowd. A range of ornate cuff links, chains, bracelets, pendants, anklets, necklaces, and watches is available in white, rose and yellow gold at this store. So come with a loaded wallet all set to splurge—everything here is worth the money, and simply exquisite!