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Top 24 Neighborhood Amenities in Ala Moana, Honolulu, HI

Ala Moana, which means “path to the sea” in Hawaiian, is a commercial, retail and residential district of Honolulu. Ala Moana is situated along the southern shores of the island of Oʻahu and features a vast stretch of reef-protected white sandy beaches. The neighborhood is one of the most urban and complex districts in Honolulu.

Bank of Hawaii - Keeaumoku Branch

Bank of Hawaii opened on December 27, 1897 as the first chartered and incorporated bank in the Republic of Hawaii. It played an important role in Hawaii's transition to become a state. Bank of Hawaii provides varied financial services to businesses, consumers and governmental bodies. The Keeaumoku Branch is conveniently located to the north from Ala Moana Center, on South King Street.
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Being translated as "Dining Room", Shokudo is the place to go if you want to enjoy a Japanese meal. Located just near the Ala Moana Center, it offers a Happy Hour Meal, lasting from 4.00 to 6.00 pm. Their motto is "To Share", so be sure to order a selection of innovative foods all at once and enjoy them with your group.
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Side Street Inn

Located in the heart of the district, the Side Street Inn opened its doors in 1992 and till this day remains the gathering place for tourists and locals alike. It is the best spot to go for comfort food in a pleasant atmosphere. Moreover, the Inn is enjoyable for everyone- from sport to wine lovers, with a full bar and a big-screen TV.
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Cafe Sistina

Cafe Sistina is the Italian place to go in Ala Moana. Its chef and owner are Italian-born, who moved to Honolulu after spending some time in the U.S. Thus, the cooking style is exceptional, with a mix of great hospitality from the service and the unique atmosphere. The design of the cafe stands out because of the pretty walls which are painted as a presentation of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel.
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Mai Tai Bar

After a good day of shopping at the Ala Moana Mall, you can head over to the roof and enjoy a drink at the Mai Tai Bar. It offers live music and the atmosphere is great for a night out. During the Happy Hour enjoy a great deal on the meals and drinks with an outside view.
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Ryan's Grill

Loved by locals and tourists all the same, Ryan's Grill impresses since 1983. Seafood, fresh salads and other innovative meals are offered by an open kitchen with a view of the chef. The top-notch atmosphere and pleasant team will make the restaurant your favorite place in Ala Moana.
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Bookoff Hawaii Inc

Conveniently located in the Ala Moana Centre, Bookoff is great in two different ways: you can choose from a variety of books, CD's and DVD's to buy or you can sell your used items and receive either store or cash credit. With the store credit you can find great deals on books, CD's and DVD's.
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Barnes & Nobles

If you are of those people still enjoying a real book instead of a digital one, then Barnes and Nobles offers every bookworm a lot of options to choose from. You can wander off the bookshelves and even grab a book and read in one of the chairs there, before buying it.
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Walmart is definitely the store for everything. You can find great deals on things from electronics to clothing departments. Moreover, this particular one has also a variety of Hawaiian things that make it particularly unique.
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Zen Art Jewelry

Zen Art Jewelry is a fine jewelry shop, which offers beautiful-made pieces with kunzite, spessatite, blue zircon, tourmaline, calcedony, rubelite stones. The shop also provides custom-made, individual jewelry with innovative designs.
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Nijiya Market

Nijiya Market offers each person craving Japanese goodies, a good choice selection. You can find unique things depending on your taste, so come and pick something up. Closely located near the Ala Moana Center, it is a good spot in the neighborhood.
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Palama Supermarket

Palama Supermarket is the perfect place to get all kinds of Korean goods in the neighborhood. Snacks, freshly made lunches or other products for individual cooking are all to be conveniently found here.
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24 Hour Fitness

If you are looking for a gym that offers a variety of classes and private training, as well as every possible feature for exercising, then 24 Hours Fitness is the gym for you. Accessible located in the district, this fitness center is a great advantage for those sport lovers.
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Planned Parenthood - Honolulu Health Center

Planned Parenthood is a provider of reproductive health care. It ensures qualitative medical care to women, men and teens. The Health Center is also responsible for educative information, which acts as a primary, preventive medical care and ensures the commonsense of a healthy life.
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Pets in the City

If you are a pet owner, then Pets in the City is a great spot in the neighborhood. You can leave your pet for daycare, grooming, boarding or enjoy a selection of products for your pet. Enjoy a weekend away or give your pet the best treatment, all at this center.
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Honolulu Museum of Art

Located in two of Honolulu’s most beautiful buildings, visitors can enjoy the collection of visual arts, exhibitions and presentations of film, relevant to Hawaii’s ethnically diverse community. It also offers two cafes, gardens, a library and a theater. "Come be inspired" stands as its motto.
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Robert C Allerton Library

The Robert Allerton Library is a great addition to the Honolulu Museum Of Art. Art collectors, art students or any other people interested in art can find a collection of some 55,000 books to choose from and also an online collection makes this library priceless.
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Ala Moana Beach Park

Locals of the neighborhood love the Ala Moana Beach Park. One can easily enjoy here a picnic with the family, swimming and relaxing. Evenings bring a beautiful sunset and mornings are preferred by surfers. Easily located for those in the town, the Ala Moana Beach Park is a plus of the district.
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Thomas Square

Named after Admiral Richard Darton Thomas, Thomas Square is a nicely located park in the neighborhood. It offers the possibility to take a walk, enjoy the quite atmosphere, walk your dog or just relax on a bank.
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Sts Peter & Paul

Being a Roman Catholic Church in Honolulu, Sts Peter & Paul serves various districts, including Ala Moana. The Church carries the name of Saint Peter and Paul, who were important figures in the Christian religion.
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Washington Middle School

As the name suggests, Washington Middle School has its standards high. The staff and the faculty are exceptional professionals and assure the quality of learning of the students. The middle school years can prove to be challenging, therefore the school provides a safe environment for learning.
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Ala Moana Center

An important part of the neighborhood is the Ala Moana Center, which is the largest open-air shopping center in the world. Opened in 1959, it managed to become an important shopping destination, featuring a lot of brand-name shops. Take a full day and enjoy shopping in this impressive mall.
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Honolulu Museum of Art School

Opened in 1990 in the Linekona building, the Honolulu Museum of Art School provides art classes for children and adults. Exhibitions, workshops accompanied with artists and studio art classes are all enjoyable for a person with an art inclination.
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Honolulu Classical Ballet

Honolulu Classical Ballet offers classes of ballet dance for students of all ages. With the highest degree of excellence, they operate in a nurturing environment with highly professional staff. Their curriculum provides elements of Italian, Russian and French training.
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Top 24 Neighborhood Amenities in Ala Moana, Honolulu, HI