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  • Cinnamon’s Restaurant

    Cinnamon’s brings you classic “good food at reasonable prices” and focuses on natural ingredients, wholesome and nutritious foods. Their menu includes classic breakfast menu with a fun Hawaiian twist! Be sure to try their fan-favorite, the guava chiffon pancakes!

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  • Leonard’s Bakery

    Leonard’s Bakery is known across the state as the home of the Hawaiian malasada. Opened in 1952 by Leonard and Margaret Rego, Leonard’s mother suggested making malasadas, a Portugese tradition. Not familiar with malasadas? They are a Portugese doughnut without a hole. Often at Leonards they are fried to perfection and can be filled with custard, guava macadamia nut, or chocolate! Opened in 1952 by Leonard and Margaret Rego, Leonard’s mother suggested making malasadas as a Portugese tradition and they were a huge hit!

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  • Liliha Bakery

    Home of the iconic coco puff, a stop a Liliha Bakery is a must when on Oahu! This family established bakery has been baking fresh cakes, pastries, coffee and local dishes since 1950.

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  • Matsumoto’s Shave Ice

    Located on the North Shore, Matsumoto’s Shave Ice is the perfect treat for a sunny afternoon in Haleiwa. The shop has been family owned and operated since it opened in 1951 and on a busy day will crank out almost 1,000 shave ice to beach-going customers!

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  • Ted’s Bakery

    Ted’s whips up some of the best pies around, and many locals have said it’s the best pie they have ever had. Over its 30 years operating out of its North Shore Bakery, Ted’s menu now includes other desserts and plated lunches. Some of the favorite menu items are garlic shrimp, loco moco, fried rice special, chocolate-haupia pie and pineapple macadamia nut cheesecake.

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