Places to eat

Places to eat

On campus

The Club Dining Facility

The Club offers all-you-can-eat meals for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Featuring special made-to-order entree, an International Corner, complete salad bar, home-style meals and soup du jour, The Club has a selection that is right for you.

The Seasider

Located in the Aloha Center Mall, The Seasider offers a variety of grilled favorites, refreshing frozen treats, an array of healthy options from our deli, a salad bar or sizzling stir-fry made to order. For those on the go, The Seasider offers an assorted selection of "grab-to-go" items.

Laie Shopping Center

The Laie Shopping Center offers a variety of fast food locations for those in a rush including:

  • Taco Bell
  • Pizza Hut
  • Laie Chop Suey
  • Subway
  • L&L Hawaiian Barbaque

Seven Brothers

Seven Brothers is a favorite local eatery known to produce some of the best burgers on Oahu to go with their homestyle fries and milkshakes. Located in the Laie Shopping Center, the restaurant has a cool North Shore ambiance and their food is worth the wait.

Hukilau Cafe

The Hukilau Cafe in Laie was featured in the Travel Channel's "Man vs. Food," series.  Famous for its Hukilau Burger, a large burger topped with a fried egg, teriyaki beef and grilled onion, the cafe offers  breakfast & lunch dishes including Hawaiian French toast & loco moco.

Tita’s Grill

Famous for its garlic shrimp, this no-frills, Hawaiian go-to for counter-serve platters in Kahuku.

Ted’s Bakery

Located in Sunset Beach, Ted’s Bakery is a favorite eatery for locals and tourists alike. They offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, but their most popular items include garlic shrimp, loco moco, pineapple macadamia nut cheesecake and chocolate-haupia pie.

Papa Ole’s

This mom and pop restaurant in Hau’ula serves up home-style Hawaiian breakfast, lunch and dinner. Though everything on the menu is fantastic, peanut butter rolls and garlic chicken are two favorites.

Matsumoto’s Shave Ice 

Matsumoto Shave Ice in Haleiwa was established in 1951 and has since become world famous for their shave ice (Snow Cones for the mainlanders). On an average day, the store produces over 1000 shave ice to locals and many people from all over the world. They offer over 30 flavors and extras like vanilla ice cream and azuki beans.

 
 

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