From vibrant throwbacks to one-of-a-kind costume jewels, Barrio Vintage features a hand-curated array of vintage and retro clothing and accessories for both women and men. @barriovintage
1160 Nuuanu Ave.
Embodying Hawaii’s action sports, lifestyle, and retail market, Human Imagination carries alternative design concepts and eclectic lines and products for both men and women. @in4mation
1154 Nuuanu Ave.
Owens & Co. is a contemporary boutique offering a curated collection of hard-to-find and handmade merchandise from independent designers for the home or office. @owensandco
1152 Nuuanu Ave.
This artist-run nonprofit community art center features multicultural, multi-disciplinary exhibits and performances. @artsatmarks
1159 Nuuanu Ave.
A locally owned, fully custom tattoo shop and art gallery, Black Cat Studio prides itself on the simple standards that has made Black Cat Tattoo Studio what it is today: a clean, friendly, professional, and artistic environment. @black_cat_tattoo
1111 Nuuanu Ave.
O’Toole’s Irish Pub features live music every night, the coldest beer in town, and an ever expanding selection of whiskey. /otoolesirishpubhonolulu
902 Nuuanu Ave.
The kind of Irish pub found in Boston, Murphy’s has been featured on the Food Channel’s “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” for its Shepherd’s Pie and corned beef and cabbage. /murphys-bar-and-grill
2 Merchant St.
Grondin French-Latin Kitchen features an interpretation of classic dishes from South America and France paired with hand-selected wines, beer, and classically made cocktails. @grondinhi
62 N. Hotel St.
With professional support services, educational events, and a stimulating environment, ROC provides work spaces for innovation, inspiration, and collaboration where you and your company will grow
2 N. Hotel St.
Featuring indoor and outdoor patio bars, Bar 35 boasts one of the largest selections of beers around alongside standard and specialty cocktails and spirits and gourmet pizza and fries. @bar35hawaii
35 N. Hotel St.
Sister restaurant to the hit Lucky Belly right across the street, this restaurant features a seasonal menu of Americana comfort food and fun cocktails with names that pull at your childhood heartstrings.
49 N. Hotel St.
Located in the legendary old 39 Hotel, the baby sister of Lucky Belly and the Livestock Tavern family tree boasts tasty tapas and a carefully curated wine bar with a Mediterranean flare.
39 N. Hotel St.
Browse selections of dried fruits, imported teas, medicinal herbs, select fresh fruit, and other items in this grocery/apothecary shop.
127 N. Hotel St.
Serving classic favorites like burgers, fries, milkshakes, and desserts, with vegetarian and vegan options, this casual diner also features live entertainment nightly. @downbeathawaii
42 N. Hotel St.
Pho'hana combines old school Vietnamese cuisine, using family recipes dating back generations, with Hawaiian comfort and a laid back ambiance. @phohana808
52 N. Hotel St.
This nondescript eatery serves traditional Mexican fare from tacos and wet burritos to chile rellenos and chimichangas in generous portions.
15 N. Hotel St.
The 5,000 piece collection of art made by notable Hawaii artists documents half a century of island history at this free "people's museum".
230 S. Hotel St.
Rooted in tradition and history, but geared toward the modern-day man, this premier barbershop offers expert cuts, shaves, line-ups and more. @mojobarbershop
1157 Bethel St.
With more than 1,500 designs and dozens of different apparel styles to choose from, the cloth becomes your canvas where patrons customize hand-screened shirts. @blankcanvascustoms
1145 Bethel St.
Since 1922, the award-winning historic Hawaii Theatre has been the destination for people, both locals and visitors, to gather and celebrate culture and the arts in a superb setting. @hawaiitheatre
1130 Bethel St.
Fighting Eel combines sexy with simple, offering versatile tops and dresses in buttery soft fabrics that can be dressed-up with heels or worn casually with flip-flops. @fightingeel
1133 Bethel St.
This fresh-to-place eatery prepares its lunch and pupu-style portions in the evening with fresh ingredients available in the market, alongside a complete bar with craft cocktails and craft beer. @palatecrafteatery
1121 Bethel St.
Serving as the Kailua-based operation's factory location, this bean-to-bar chocolate shop focuses on providing customers with a passion-driven, hands-on, artisan chocolate experience with weekly chocolate making workshops and a retail space to buy your favorite craft bars.
8 N. Pauahi St.
A men’s and women’s brand and lifestyle boutique by Roberta Oaks specializing in modern Aloha shirts, vintage inspired dresses, and handmade products, made in Hawai'i. @robertaoakshawaii
19 N. Pauahi St.
This new shop features vintage goods, with an emphasis on clothing and Hawaiiana. @heritage_tradingco
79 B S. Pauahi St.
Inspired by the rich culinary heritage of Vietnam, this farmers market faborite features an eclectic menu that will delight the senses. @pigandthelady
83 N. King St.
This trendy boutique offers the latest on-trend apparel for both men and women, as well as unique novelty items like iPhone cases and reading glasses. @homecominghonolulu
12 S. King St.
A unique, haïr boutique experience catering to the modern working man and woman, Citizen exclusively carries Davines and Rene Furterer hair products.
12 S. King St.
A corner pub with burgers, poutine, and pulled pork sandwiches, this location is a fun spot for lunch, dinner, or an evening drink. @smithandkings
69 N. King St.
A space for creative risk-taking and artistic mastery, this arts center's mission is to build a sustainable art community.
184 N. King St.
A product of Paul Mitchell the School Honolulu, this six-chair boutique salon provides an exceptional salon experience, striving to help guests look and feel their best at all times. @ryanjacobiesalon
918 Smith St.
With a quest to provide "approachable, fun, delicious" food, this brunch spot switches up their menu seasonally, offering unexpected breakfast and lunch items. @scratchkandb
1030 Smith St.
Unique flavors are introduced to Hawaii with this Ethiopian eatery. It is perfect for small dinners, as guests eat with their hands from big family style dishes. Located in the Mendonca Building under the Art Smith Lofts
1112 Smith St.
Inspired by Hawai'i' land, sea and native culture, Sig on Smith carries the classic "Sig Aesthetic" while also featuring prints and colors exclusive to the shop. Keep in mind, the shop is only open on Fridays. @sigonsmith
1020 Smith St.
Indulge in freshly made ice cream with unique and unusual flavors like black sesame, horchata, and honey chrysanthemum as well as shave ice and acai bowls. @wingicecream
1145 Maunakea St. #4 (Entrance on Pauahi St.)
Browse the unusual at this cozy curiosity and oddity shop that sources its vintage and collectable goods from around the world and hosts monthly rotating art displays and specialty workshops. @houndandquail
920 Maunakea St.
Owned for two generations, whether it be for graduations, May Day, airport welcomes, or tropical arrangements, this hole in the wall is a one-stop shop.
1017 Maunakea St.
This new shop has a pared-down menu of savory sandwiches anchored by a mainstay sub that features the perfect prime rib topped with chimichurri and horseradish, served between soft bread, and finished with a side of homemade pickles.
1120 Maunakea St.
Retailer of exclusive men's footwear and accessories with a passion for craftsmanship, style, the perfect fit, and uncompromising service.
119 Merchant St.
This chill spot off an alley is the perfect place to shoot pool or enjoy a cold beer and slice of pizza with surprising, and surprisingly tasty, combinations of toppings. @proofhnl
1154 Fort Street Mall