nostalgic food, local goods and everyone-is-family hospitality
55-370 Kamehameha Hwy. Laie
Discover the aloha spirit of historic Laie in PCC’s Hukilau marketplace. With daily live entertainment, more than 40 unique vendors of Polynesian handicrafts and souvenirs, and the tastiest traditional food on the North Shore, this nostalgic marketplace is unlike any other on Oahu.
Dine at the renowned Pounders Restaurant, sample Sam Choy’s Hawaiian Poke or Tita’s garlic shrimp plate, and don’t forget the world-famous Dole Whips for dessert.
The Hukilau Marketplace is also rich with history—from the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame, to the Ukulele Experience, to the monuments of iconic Laie residents, who invented the steel guitar and shaka symbol.
Free entrance, parking, and Wi-Fi make it easy to shop, dine and discover all this 1950s-era throwback has to offer. Intrigued? Stay for six island villages, the Ali‘i Lū‘au and PCC’s spectacular evening show. Special packages available at polynesia.com.
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