Lāna‘i Guide: 8 Places Where You Can Play and Shop on Lāna‘i

Your guide to shopping and nightlife on Lāna‘i.


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Night Life

Hale Keaka  

 

Rural Lāna‘i may have the fanciest movie theater in the state, thanks to Ellison’s $4-million renovation of this 1926 landmark. Inside, you’ll be treated to state-of-the-art sound, plush seats, and free furikake and shoyu for your popcorn. Two new films play each week. 

456 Seventh St., Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-7500.

 

Lāna‘i City Grille

Snack on pūpū around the restaurant’s outdoor fire pits and listen to talented local musicians jam. It’s chilly after dark, so bring a jacket. 

At Hotel Lāna‘i, 828 Lāna‘i Ave., Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-7211, hotellanai.com.

 

Sports Bar

Challenge friends (new or old) to a riotous game of foosball at this classy watering hole overlooking Hulopo‘e Bay. The bar food and cocktails are both top-notch. 

Four Seasons Resort Lāna‘i, 1 Mānele Bay Road, Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-2093, fourseasons.com/lanai.

 

Shopping

Lāna‘i Art Center

Lāna‘i Art Center showcases local artists. In the bright boutique/workshop, you’ll find everything from pottery and paintings to kupe‘e (sea snail) shell necklaces.

339 Seventh St., Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-7503, lanaiart.org.

 

Cory Labang

Cory Labang is a local fashionista with an eye for vintage Hawaiian fabrics. Find her lovely clutches and coin purses at the Four Seasons. 

1 Mānele Bay Road, Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-2072 or Rainbow Pharmacy 431 Seventh St., Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-9332.

 

 

Makamae

At this luxe boutique in the Four Seasons lobby, you can buy a LeTarte bikini, Jimmy Choo sandals and Rayban Wayfarers—all you really need to look perfect by the resort pool. Fellas, there’s fashion here for you, too.

1 Mānele Bay Road, Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-2000, fourseasons.com/lanai.

 

TikiTales

TikiTales, aka Judi Riley, handcrafts adorable quilts, clothes and dolls for keiki, and also illustrates Island-inspired children’s books. Find her creations at the Four Seasons.

(1 Mānele Bay Road, Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-2072), Lāna‘i Art Center (339 Seventh St., Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-7503, lanaiart.org) or at tikitales.com.

 

Mike Carroll Gallery

Mike Carroll fills canvases with color-saturated scenes of life on Lāna‘i. Visit his Dole Park gallery to view his nostalgic oil paintings, as well as work by several other esteemed Hawai‘i artists.

443 Seventh St., Lāna‘i City, (808) 565-7122, mikecarrollgallery.com

 

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