Coffee Shops in Wailuku


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  • Cafe Central
    Find something on the menu for everyone at Wailuku's Cafe Central. Cafe Central is a local restaurant that accommodates both large and small groups. Casual dining at its best, Cafe Central customers are free to enjoy themselves in jeans and a T-shirt. You can also serve food from Cafe Central at your next party — the restaurant offers catering. Bring your car to dinner and easily find a space in the area — street parking is available, as is a nearby lot. The food here is super budget-friendly, too, with most items costing less than $15. Cafe Central is cash only so be sure to swing by an ATM on your way.
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    1910 E Vineyard St
    Wailuku, HI US
  • Volcano Vapor Cafe
    Primarily purveyors of electronic cigarettes and accessories, the Volcano Vapor opened the Volcano Vapor Cafe as a relaxed space that is welcoming to both electronic-cigarette aficionados and espresso enthusiasts. More than 50 specialty coffees and drinks, free WiFi, game consoles, and an e-cigarette-friendly atmosphere make Volcano Vapor Cafe an ideal hangout for caffeination and relaxation. Premium Hawaiian beans infuse every coffee drink, from a regular cuppa joe ($1.50–$1.80) to iced lattes crowned with luscious whipped cream ($3.35–$3.75). A 60” HDTV occupies the premium real estate of the café’s scarlet walls, ready to connect with the Xbox and PlayStation 3 game consoles and play host to caffeine-fueled bouts of friendly e-competition. Volcano Vapor's free WiFi and computer consoles equipped with 24-inch touchscreen monitors provide paved access to the information superhighway. Sippers who prefer to remain stationary can lounge in sumptuous leather seats inside.
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    449 Kapahulu Avenue
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Waikiki Old World Coffee
    Meandering through rows of coffee trees in a Waialua coffee orchard, roastmaster John Alvarez gauges by sight alone the maturity of the trees and the ripeness of the berries peeking out from verdant leaves. Though the coffee aficionado follows his beans’ route from germination into each piping mug, his true passion lies in roasting. Back at his roasting site in the shadow of Mount Ka'ala, handfuls of beans cascade through his fingers, pouring back into the drum roaster’s cooling bin as he inspects their chafes and hues to ensure an even roast. Though he concedes each island’s orchards produce different flavors, it’s the slow-roasting process—featured on Hawaiian Grown—that accounts for his coffee’s smooth, sweet taste. “It’s like being a chef at a restaurant,” he says of his duties. “A lot of people take it for granted, but it’s what makes all the difference.” Just outside, amid the Ilikai Hotel's fountains and gardens where his coffee shop is located, people sit on the patio, take in the sun, chat, and sip on the signature coffee.
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    1777 Ala Moana Boulevard
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Air Park Karaoke Lounge
    Air Park Karaoke Lounge offers its visitors the chance to be a star, if only for a handful of hours. Each of the 11 rentable rooms contain a full karaoke setup, allowing friends to belt in private without the worry of Michael McDonald dropping in unannounced to add harmonies. In each room, a 55-inch HDTV shows video and lyrics, while the system's vast catalogue includes tunes in English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean?with songs updated monthly. There's also a more public space in their social lounge area, featuring a 70-inch plasma screen and a full bar that serves up beer, wine, and signature cocktails. And despite there being a room and drinks themed around Hello Kitty, Air Park Karaoke Lounge only admits those 21 and older.
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    510 Piikoi St.
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Ryan's Grill & Kincaid's - Honolulu - RUI
    One has lived in Honolulu its entire life, and the other can be found on the mainland as well, but what ties Ryan's Grill and Kincaid's together is the restaurants' approach to dining. Both destinations champion American cuisine with a twist and present the hearty flavors of comfort food with upscale touches. Whether it's a bacon cheddar burger made with impossibly tender beef and a smoky mustard aioli, or pork ribs in a guava-tamarind barbecue sauce, Ryan's menu presents plenty of tasty surprises. Kincaid's, on the other hand, specializes in meaty platters such as slow-roasted prime rib, bacon-wrapped meatloaf, and pasta loaded with spicy sausage. Bites at either location can be paired with sips from a selection of craft brews and fine wines.
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    1200 Ala Moana Blvd.
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Kissaten Cafe Honolulu
    Kissaten Japanese Noodle Shop’s litany of ramen showcases a variety of broths composed of miso, curry, or classic shio base, highlighted by the fresh medallions of pork or fried shrimp tempura floating amid thin noodles. In addition to the 12 types of noodle bowls, Kissaten Japanese Noodle Shop serves up rice dishes adorned with shitake mushrooms or vegetable tempura, or beef bowls served over yam noodles. A second location bolsters the menu with a variety of delicate café fare, such as salads with smoked salmon and baby spinach and sandwiches with shaved pastrami and caramelized onions.
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    2250 Kalakaua Ave.
    Honolulu, HI US
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