Hōnaunau (also spelled Honaunau) is an unincorporated community on the island of Hawaii in Hawaii County, Hawaii, United States. It lies just off Hawaii Belt Road on the opposite side of the island from Hilo, the county seat of Hawaii County. Its elevation is 52 feet (16 m). Because the community has borne multiple names, the Board on Geographic Names officially designated it "Honaunau" in 1914 and 1954 before changing to the current spelling in 2000. Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code 96726.
Things to do in Honaunau
4.5 based on 128 reviews
This little fruit stand offers a surprising variety of interesting and local fruit. Fresh smoothies and panini sandwiches. Yes, it is small and has limited quantities but almost all are grown right their on their farm. I Love ❤️ that you can get multiple types of avocados always some that ripe and ready to go.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
We stopped here after visiting the nearby National Park mid afternoon. We shared a fish of the day plate that was excellent. The Ono was perfectly cooked and presented on some fresh vegetables. The espresso was probably the best we have had. Dessert was good too.
The staff were all friendly and helpful.
It was a memorable meal.
5 based on 370 reviews
Fresh, handmade in-house gelato, pastries & baked goods, 100% Kona Coffee
The greatest difficulty you will experience at this gelato shop is deciding which flavors to choose. They let you sample everything and every flavor is so, so good. You have to try the lilikoi— it’s my favorite and I can’t get anything else when I go!
4 based on 18 reviews
Gourmet sandwiches and farm-direct organic Kona Rose coffee. Mahina Mele Farm presents.....2 Step Cafe using organic macadamia nut oil and macadamia nuts throughout the menu including macadamia nut pesto and cheese. Enjoy fresh roasted Organic Kona. Smooth rich and full bodied with hints of chocolate and fruit. Friendly and inviting with grab and go options or a pleasant place to sit and relax.
Good location not too far from the Two Step snorkel spot. Good natural food for reasonable prices. Sandwiches were good included vegan chick pea option.
Tacos were good not great. Liked all the ingredients including the fish, cabbage and aioli however tortillas did not seemed heated so sort of ruined it. May have been a new cook? Breakfasts looked good.
It is in a nice outdoor courtyard Not fancy but relaxing and in the shade. We would return to this restaurant. Also would like to try Annie’s burgers and big island bbq.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
Looking for authentic Hawaiian food and found it here. Laulau pork or chicken, Salmon rice (out of Poi) and Kalua pig and cabbage. Cooked to perfection. I take pride in cooking pork either smoking and grilling, but this was really the best pork I have ever had. Steamed and was so moist and seasoned just right.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Visited for breakfast at the end of March. we arrived at 7.30am and there were people there before us. Had a good breakfast and coffee, the Latte Café and egg benedict and my husband had the vegetable scramble eggs with potato and rye toast, the food was all very good and a superb location, looking down to Captain Cook Bay. Sad to see that the restaurant was up foo sale. Hope the new owners can keep the level of service and food up to what it Is at the moment. Service very good.
4.5 based on 164 reviews
Overlook the strange name and industrial location and head to this puka (Hawaiian for hole). Primarily a fish market they offer catch of the day and house specials. Whatever you order will be generous and tasty. I had ono, crab cake, sea weed salad, and brown rice for about $12! Everything was delicious. More customers are there for take out, but two tables and folding chairs are provided for on site dining. No pretensions here!
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