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Restaurants in Oahu Hawaii: Hale‘iwa Joe’s

46-336 Ha‘iku Road, Ha‘iku Gardens, Kāne‘ohe and
66-011 Kamehameha Highway, Hale‘iwa
(808) 247-6671

With two locations on O‘ahu, one in Kāne‘ohe and the other on the North Shore in Hale‘iwa, Hale‘iwa Joe’s has been serving up great food with great views and ambiance since 1998. Founded by three surfers who came to O‘ahu’s North Shore for the famous monster waves, Hale‘iwa Joe’s Hawaii offers guests a dining experience for those wondering where to eat in Oahu in an ambiance that celebrates legendary surfers and surfing history. Their Hale‘iwa location treats you to stellar views of the North Shore’s spectacular surf, while Hale‘iwa Joe’s Kāne‘ohe establishment in Ha‘iku Gardens boasts an open-air tropical atmosphere with incredible vistas of the lush Ko‘olau Range. The fun staff members are much more than servers, bartenders and chefs; all of them are also artists, surfers, divers, musicians and canoe paddlers. With fantastic scenery, a dynamic restaurant team, and excellent food, Hale‘iwa Joe’s is a fun, eclectic example of restaurants in Oahu Hawaii that’s sure to be one of the highlights of your stay.

Hale‘iwa Joe’s Hawaii Specialties

Fresh seafood, quality steaks and locally grown produce prepared with a Pacific Rim flair are the hallmarks of Hale‘iwa Joe’s restaurants in Oahu Hawaii. Whet your appetite with starters such as Lū‘au Lumpia, Crunchy Coconut Shrimp, or Emma’s Poke. Their soups and salads are all made from locally sourced ingredients, and include delicious offerings like Fish Monger Soup, Ginger Peanut Chicken Salad, Grilled Salmon Spinach Salad, and a super original salad creation called The Wedge. Dinner entrees range between $20 and $32, and you get a lot of bang for your buck. Aged Hand-Cut New York Steak, Alaskan King Crab, fresh fish and chicken dishes, prime rib, and much more are sure to satisfy even the most discriminating of palates. Be sure to leave room for dessert! Top off your meal with a tropical treat like Paradise Pie, Burnt Caramel Macadamia, or a tropical fruit sorbet.

How to Get There

Hale‘iwa Joe’s, Kāne‘ohe: From Waikīkī Beach, take Kalākaua Avenue to Kapahulu Avenue. Turn left, and take Kapahulu to Castle Street. Turn right on Castle, go up three blocks to 6th Avenue. Turn left on 6th, go over the H-1 overpass to Harding Avenue. Turn left on Harding and merge onto Intrastate H-1 West. Take Exit 20A and merge onto HI-63 N/ Kalihi Street towards Likelike Highway. Follow HI-63 about seven miles through the mountains to Kāne‘ohe. Merge onto HI-83/Kahekili Highway. Take HI-83 to Ha‘iku Road, turn left. Follow Ha‘iku Road for .2 mile, Hale‘iwa Joe’s will be on the left.

Hale‘iwa Joe’s, Hale‘iwa: From Waikīkī Beach, follow the same directions above to get onto Intrastate H-1 W. Follow H-1 past Pearl Harbor and Pearl City to Intrastate H-2 N (follow the signs for Mililani/Wahiawa). Take H-2 to Wilikina Drive/HI-803. Follow HI-803 four miles to Kaukonahua Road. Turn right, and follow Kaukonahua to the traffic circle, where you will take the second exit onto Kamehameha Highway. Follow Kamehameha Highway into Hale‘iwa; Hale‘iwa Joe’s will be on the left just after Hale‘iwa Road.