Kaka’ako is one of those areas on Oahu that is really starting to sprout up nicely. Already known for holding major events and having a great art scene, we continue to hear more and more about the area, and with all the attention that Kaka’ako is getting, it will only be a matter of time until this is one of the most sought after areas on Oahu to live. Now, right before Valentine’s Day, Kaka’ako vendors are bringing their unique touch to the celebrated day by offering some unique goods that are sure to please.
Here are three Kaka’ako vendors that you may want to visit sometime before Valentine’s Day, as they are all offering a unique and interesting perspective on Valentine’s Day. Not only that, but their goods are second to none.
A unique boutique that offers a curated selection of loose cut flowers, living arrangements, and botanical books, gifts, and finds. This boutique creates art from nature and has a new and interesting twist for Valentine’s Day. Rather than shopping at your typical florist this Valentine’s day, people can stop by Paiko and get something original like a LOVE TERRARIUM. Please see : http://www.paikohawaii.com/ for more information as well as their Valentine’s Day Menu.
The Whole Ox Deli
A deli that features local meat and house made salami, sausages and more. The shop is open Monday thru Saturday from 9:30 am – 3:00pm. This Valentine’s Day, you can support local butcher and local farmers by purchasing something special to cook for your loved one. Visit the: http://wholeoxdeli.com for more information.
A unique bookstore, coffee shop, art gallery that offers some very quirky unique books. If your significant other loves cuddling up with books just as much as they love cuddling with you, R/D is the place to go to find a unique read that will WOW them. Visit: http://www.interislandterminal.org/rd/ for more information.
These are just a few of the Kaka’ako vendors that can make Valentine’s Day a memorable one for you and your loved one. Check them out and see all they offer. Happy Valentine’s Day!
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