Chinatown is one of Honolulu's most colorful and exciting neighborhoods. The area has been a major gateway for immigrants to Hawai'i. Chinese medicine and Eastern religion have a huge presence, with Taoist, Buddhist and Shinto temples sandwiched between herbalists, shops, and restaurants. Highlights of Chinatown include Maunakea Marketplace, a local shopping plaza complete with its own ethnic food court, and the Chinese Cultural Plaza, a spacious open-air courtyard inhabited by jewelers, Asian restaurants and cultural organizations.


Dave & Buster's
Utage Restaurant & Lounge
Next Door
Smith's Union Bar
O Lounge (The)
rRed Elephant
Green Door Cafe
Bamboo 2.0 Café & Martini Lounge
Indigo Eurasian Cuisine
HASR (Highly Allocated Spoiled Rotten)
Grand Cafe & Bakery
ARTS at Marks Garage (The)
Hanks Cafe


Studio of Roy Venters
Honolulu Street Market
Asian Grocery
ARTS at Marks Garage (The)
Chinese Art Exhibition Hall
Ramsay Galleries
Mauna'ala (Royal Mausoleum)
Pegge Hopper Gallery (The)
Nu' Uanu Gallery
Bethel Street Gallery


Little Bit of Saigon (A)
Buddhist Vegetarian Restaurant
To Chau
Canton House
Pho 97 Vietnamese Restaurant
Legend Seafood Restaurant
The Legend Vegetarian Restaurant
Little Village Noodle House
Cuu Long II Incorporated
Green Door Cafe
Won Kee Seafood Restaurant
Huong Lan
Utage Restaurant & Lounge
O Lounge (The)
Little Village
Chosun Korean Restaurant
Mabuhay Cafe & Restaurant
Mei Sum
rRed Elephant
Dave & Buster's
Hanks Cafe
China House Restaurant

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