Molokai embraces the true Hawaiian spirit but without the typical Hawaiian fanfare. The pace is slower here, the nightlife and megaresorts are practically nonexistent (no buildings taller than a coconut tree are allowed), you won't even find a traffic light on this small island (38 miles long and 10 miles wide). You will find tranquility and nature - waterfalls, beaches, coves, coral reefs and rainforests, all best explored by foot, horse or boat. Molokai is also known for its fabulous mountain biking.
Things to do in Molokai
4.5 based on 131 reviews
Molokai's version of the local, neighborhood ice cream parlor featuring 32+ premium flavors of "Made in Hawaii" Dave's Hawaiian Ice Cream with Kona coffee, macadamia nut, Hawaiian mud pie, chocolate macadamia nut, green tea, coconut-macadamia, cotton candy, cookies-n-cream, lychee sherbet, ube (made from Molokai purple sweet potatoes), haupia, and many others. Please ask for a free sample of one of the flavors on display. On hot days, enjoy triple banana splits, handmade waffle cones, milkshakes, sundaes, "Oreo frosties," handmade chocolate cookie ice cream sandwiches, and popular Icee floats served by customer-service-oriented employees wearing their signature red polo shirts and nametags! Or, if you cannot decide on a second flavor, take a pint or two home! There is FREE WI-FI service both inside and outside the store, available 24-7. Open 363 days per year (closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas).
Their ice cream selection is awesome. With 3 large displays of colorful choice ice cream there is something for everyone. The staff were friendly and happy to give you tastes of any and all the ice cream you desire. From traditional flavors, to Hawaiian twists,...MoreMahalo for your review, Soniyae R! We hope that our selection of 48 flavors will appeal to adults and kids alike. We also have one non-dairy flavor--mango sorbet--for our lactose intolerant friends. Happy New Year 2018!
4 based on 338 reviews
We have visited Molokai twice and thoroughly enjoyed the experience of eating at Kualapu'u Cookhouse. It exemplifies the atmosphere of Molokai...laid back with good home style cooking. Robin provided great service. They do not serve alcohol, but encourage you to bring your own. We actually bought a bottle of wine next door at Kualapu'u Market and brought it in. They are very accommodating and provided wine glasses and an opener.
4 based on 309 reviews
Well known bakery on Moloka'i island, Hawaii
A great stop for some fresh donuts and very nice breakfast. I really enjoyed their Loco Moco served with Macaroni salad. Service was good and friendly. Prices are comparable to other nearby locations. A very enjoyable experience.
4 based on 192 reviews
the store is alright but as we were sitting outside and it seemed as if work just got out but the boss( heard someone call her boss) by the name of pua had no courtesy for customers she argued and scolded the workers in front us and they all looked like they had a long day she should have done it behind closed doors or at least not by customers she did a good job making us feel uncomfortable even the look she gave us just made us feel unwanted she should learn to treat the workers better they are what makes or breaks a company i would avoid this place not worth being made uncomfortable
4 based on 270 reviews
I enjoy a good burger and this place didn't disappoint. Inside is clean and comfortable (with almost an In-n-Out motif) and the burger was really fantastic; they are thin style patties cooked on a flattop (like In-n-Out) and dare I say just as good. My...Morejohndentonca, Thank you for your great Molokai Burger review. I appreciate your positive observations and your business. Rod Felt
4.5 based on 15 reviews
I stopped in several times while we were on the island. The staff is super friendly and more than happy to help you. I would hands down recommend there coffee/espresso drinks over the coffee/espresso drinks at the Coffees of Hawaii. They are friendlier, the coffee is better and it there is actually room to wait for your drink. Get yourself some Aloha here!
4.5 based on 111 reviews
While everyone seems to be talking about their cooked food/deli service, it 's important to remember that they sell groceries here too. This is especially important for those folks like us who are staying in and around the 15+ mile markers. Rather than drive to town for some basics we forgot to get when in town, we stopped in for butter, bacon, etc. Not cheap but then again it ain't cheap at Friendly's Market either.
4 based on 324 reviews
This place was merely okay. The pizza was edible but it's nothing exceptional. I couldn't even tell you what kind of pizza I ordered it just so lackluster. Still, it's a nice change of pace to get out and have a pizza if we're going to stay for several days.
4 based on 371 reviews
Molokai is a uniquely wonderful Hawaiian island and Paddlers Restaurant is a part of that beauty. A favorite local hangout and a favorite of those visiting the island. The food is absolutely great, there is a full bar including specialty drinks, a large selection of beer and various wines. Live entertainment is provided with no cover charge most nights. There service is outstanding and every effort is made to make sure our guests are happy and satisfied.
We had the steak quesadilla and a burger. Both were good. We thought there would be music but there is only live music on the weekends. If you are on Molokai for an extended time definitely a place to try.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Believe it or not it is extremely difficult to find fish (or chicken) to take back to your place to cook/grill?? Go figure! But some incredible fish is available at this little food truck right in the middle of town. Fish of the day was seared MahiMahi - cooked perfectly! A drink comes with the meal. Everything runs around $13-15 and they do accept credit cards. Seating behind the food truck on picnic tables. A spritzer type set of tubes around the perimeter keeps the place cool.
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