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Waialae on the Rise

This 2.5-mile stretch makes up one of the city's last, best walking neighborhoods, packed with restaurants, shops and small businesses.

Waialae on the Rise 

Food


3660 on the Rise
9th Avenue Rock House
Coffee Talk

JJ's Bistro & French Pastry
Ka Lei Marketplace
Ninniku-Ya
Ninth Ave. Flowers & Island Fresh Produce
W&M Bar-B-Q Burgers
 

Community


Aikido of Honolulu
Hawaiian Humane Society
Better Home Appliances & Kaimuki Bargain House
Kaimuki Community Park
Queen Theater
Saint Louis School and Sacred Hearts Academy
St. Patrick's Church

Retail & Services


Airspace Workshop
Brazilian Show Room Outlet
Downing Hawaii
Glenn's Cycle Supply
Punchbowl Fender Works
Hawaiian Hydroponic
Kahala Urgent Care
Modern Pacific Wedding
Toys n' Joys
Young Scale Co.
 





 

 

Fast Fact:

The neighborhood along Waialae Avenue got a jumpstart in 1900 when many of the suddenly homeless survivors of the first Chinatown fire relocated to Kaimuki.

 

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It's hard to think of a Honolulu street that mixes old and new quite as well as Waialae Avenue.  In a way, its 2.5-mile stretch makes up one of the city's last, best walking neighborhoods, packed with restaurants, shops and small businesses that manage to be both quirky and essential.  Many, such as W&M Burgers and Young Scales, are decades-old institutions, but the street is also being invigorated by exciting young upstarts, from a hip design studio to a new bridal shop.