Island Living

  • Arvo Cafe

    Arvo, Aussie slang for “afternoon”, is a trendy cafe serving unique drinks, like the charcoal latte and tasty snacks like the loaded avocado toast or the Australian Classic, Vegemite Toast. The space also acts as a shop where local creatives showcase their art, pottery, clothing and other unique items. Arvo’s first location is in Honolulu in Kaka’ako and their second location is on Hawai’i Island in Waimea. 

    Visit Website
  • HiCo

    A newer addition to Kona’s coffee shop scene, HiCo sources all their coffee exclusively from the Hawaiian Islands. They offer nitro brew, cold brew, espresso drinks, gourmet musubi, affogatos, and other freshly prepared snacks. They also offer fun weekly events, like open mics and live music.

    Visit Website
  • Holuakoa Coffee Shack

    Holuakoa Coffee Shack is located in historic Holualoa village in the middle of the Kona Coffee Belt. Their coffee shack operates out of their newly renovated and charming 1900’s coffee shack under a mature Monkeypod tree. There’s plenty of seating indoors and outdoors for you to lounge at while you enjoy your Kona coffee and a freshly baked treat like the banana bread, croissant, or doughnut. If you are looking for something heartier, they also offer breakfast burritos and an assortment of sandwiches.

    Visit Website
  • Kaya’s Coffee

    Kaya’s Coffee has been a long time favorite for many North & South Kona locals. In addition to coffee, teas, local kombucha, and smoothies they also offer a wide assortment of sweet treats like pies, cookies, scones, bars, etc. They also have a full breakfast and lunch menu with sandwiches, salads. Dietary restrictions? No problem for Kayas, much of their menu can be made vegan and/or gluten free.

    Visit Website
  • Kona Coffee & Tea

    All of the coffee at Kona Coffee and Tea is grown, milled and roasted right here in Kailua-Kona on their single-estate farm. The coffee is award-winning and it’s easy to taste why. They also offer Hawaiian tea like Mamaki Mint, Matcha, Coffee Cherry, and more! Without a doubt, this is a definite favorite for locals and tourists alike.

    Visit Website
  • Kona Mountain Coffee

    100% Kona Coffee from their farm on the Big Island, Kona Mountain Coffee serves up delicious coffee, tea, smoothies. They also house a great assortment of locally-made food products that make great gifts and souvenirs.

    Visit Website
  • Tealicious

    Located right in the town of Kailua-Kona, this cafe serves up fresh pastries, cakes, salads, sandwiches and of course the biggest selection of tea on island. They have a variety of over 20 teas to choose from as well as espresso drinks and Kona coffee. It’s hard not to smile when you walk into this café and see the smiling faces of the barista’s and smell the freshly baked almond croissants!

    Visit Website
  • Waimea Coffee Co

    Waimea Coffee Company is a community-oriented coffee shop with two locations on the Big Island, one in Waimea and the second location in Hawi. Stop in to see their friendly staff and for a great mix of estate and blend coffees and teas. Try the local honey in their honey latte and don’t miss out on their award winning food like macaroons to smoothie bowls and bagel sandwiches.

    Visit Website

E Komo Mai to LUVA Real Estate. Speak with an agent today!

Contact Us