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Finding Beretania

The people, businesses, landmarks, history and food that make this street such an integral part of Honolulu’s cityscape.


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In just 3.3 miles, Beretania Street manages to pack in a complete cross-section of urban life in Honolulu, passing through residential, business and government areas, and lined with food, shopping, history and interesting people. For all its charms, though, Beretania isn’t known as a walking street, and it’s easy to overlook all kinds of treasures as you’re zooming through on your way to work. We hit the streets, exploring the blocks between Moiliili and Iwilei on foot, to find the best of Beretania—the stuff that’s worth discovering for yourself.

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