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Posted On: 09/25/2019
Traveling can be rough for anyone, but traveling with kids can be even rougher. As a family owned business, IMI Tours knows exactly what it’s like to travel with little ones, and we want to make every part of your vacation as easy as possible. That includes airport shuttles, friendly tour services, and even food.
There’s amazing food all over Oahu, but not every restaurant is the most kid friendly establishment. Both you and your kids should enjoy all your meals on vacation. Here are some of the best places to eat with children in Honolulu.
Duke’s is right on the beach with fun tiki vibes and great surf 'n' turf. Make yourself at home and experience a little bit of old Waikiki. Their buffet is very kid friendly and reasonably priced. The restaurant also offers generous helpings of Aloha spirit.
Address: 2335 Kalakaua Ave #116, Honolulu, HI 96815
Helena's Hawaiian Food is a James Beard award winner and Hawaiian institution. . It’s also a no-frills sort of restaurant that’s casual enough for kids. Great food for Mom and Dad, but not too stuffy for the little ones. Although, authentic Hawaiian food may not be ideal for picky eaters.
Address: 1240 N School St, Honolulu, HI 96817
If you’re bringing your kids to Hawaii, shaved ice is a must. And Uncle Clay's House of Pure Aloha (HOPA) is more than just shaved ice. There’s no artificial flavors, artificial colors, or artificial sweeteners. No artificial anything! HOPA is all-natural, homemade, real fruit shave ice served with a taste of Pure Aloha.
Address: 820 W Hind Dr #116, Honolulu, HI 96821
Liliha Bakery is another Honolulu institution. This bakery serves famous favorites like Coco Puff Chantilly cupcake and hot cross bun. It also services some of the best breakfast in Honolulu with kids’ favorites like fluffy pancakes and sweet bread French toast. Keep in mind the bakery can get crowded.
Address: 580 N Nimitz Hwy, Honolulu, HI 96817
If you’re headed out of Honolulu, you definitely want to hit Seven Brothers in the North Shore. You’ll find some of the best burgers in Hawaii. They offer a selection of modern burgers and shakes. The also offer four kinds of fries! The world famous Dole Whip is also worth visiting in Wahiawa. The Dole Whip is a frozen, soft serve, which can only be found at Dole Plantation and at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. The Dole Pineapple Plantation is on IMI Tour’s Oahu Circle Island Adventure Tour.