Spanning the length of Lewers St. from Kalakaua Avenue to Kalia Road, Waikiki Beach Walk is a genuinely delightful place to shop and dine. Open and airy with a carefully curated mix of tenants, it has a classy yet casual vibe that attracts residents and visitors alike. Top-quality local vendors include Hawaii’s foremost jeweler, Na Hoku, and the irresistible traditional yet contemporary fare at the Hawaiian Quilt Collection. With an eclectic selection of restaurants — world-famous Roy’s, beer-centric Yard House and the busiest Ruth’s Chris in the nation among them — you can’t go wrong on the dining scene.
In the mood for a massage? The Shiatsu & Massage Center garners great reviews. The Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame exhibit is also worth a visit, and free cultural activities are presented throughout the week.