To prepare for Hawaiian feasts, hunters search for weeks to catch wild boars in the act of eating apples. Reap the benefits of others' patience with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Hawaiian fare, clothing, and jewelry at The Hawaiian Hut in West Valley City.
At The Hawaiian Hut, patrons swim through a sea of Polynesian goods, such as fresh and canned food, clothing, and fresh flower leis. Noses thrill to the mixed potpourri inside the store, a combination of sweet candy ($0.45–$4.95) and canned goods sourced from Hawaii itself, which inevitably inspire stockpiling for future meals, environmental disasters, and spontaneous urges to hibernate. Shoppers can drape necks in fragrant kukui-nut flower leis ($8–12) or outfit beach-ready bods with a smattering of sarongs ($11.99) and Hawaiian shirts ($19.99) hand-selected by the island-apparel-savvy owners. Items may also be special-ordered and delivered by the postal service or dolphins with particularly ambitious work ethics.