Keaʻau • Pāhoa • Kurtistown • Mountain View • Glenn Wood
If this is your first time visiting Pohiki, it is a wild geological wonder where the earth literally created new land, beaches and forever changed the coastline of Hawaii Island.
A few of our favorites include their Korean Ahi, Blackened Ahi, Hawaiian Style Poke and Furikake Poke.
Whether you are just arriving after a long flight, or find yourself out for a night on the town, Big Island Reviews has compiled a list of restaurants and bars open until 10 PM or later for your convenience.
Dive into a bowl of fresh salty chips and buttery guacamole while sipping on a Lilikoi margarita.
One of the most popular and indemand farmers markets on the Big Island.
Painted BRIGHT yellow, you can’t miss it! This unique bakery serves up delicious sweets, and savory food.
This coffee shop serves upscale brewed coffee, espresso drinks, cold brew nitro and macchiatos, chocolate drinks, teas and more!
This restaurant is open 7 days a week, and boasts an amazing brunch menu as well.
Their bagel options change from week to week, a few of our favorites include: onion, garlic, everything, cinnamon raisin, blueberry and sesame.
Have a seat at this eclectic restaurant and order a slab of their savory BBQ pork ribs or one of their ½ pound burgers.
The Puna forest is full of life, giving way to dense flora and fauna that is so unique and lush to this district.
Modernizing old Pahoa, this shopping center has something for everyone.
Visit the Hawaiian Paradise Park Cliffs and listen to the roar of the waves gently lapping against the shoreline.
Follow parts of the historical “Kings Trail” to a beautiful marbled black and white sand beach.