Sandwiches, Surf Shops and Inspiration | @ SALT Kakaako
Local Culture. Food. Shopping. More. Discover the 2nd Floor of SALT, Kakaako.
The second floor of SALT is the spot for discovery. Mouth-watering items between some types of bread. A record collection like no other. A place to look at art books and get your vacation inspiration.
A sports bar to grab a cold one.
The trio of cured meats inside soft mushy bread a light crunch of lettuce and pepperoncini is basically heaven on earth but really, it’s Butcher & Bird. They know a thing or two about meat here and it is shown in every item on the menu.
Hungry Ear Records is Hawaii’s oldest record store. Hawaiian culture is deep-rooted in music, dance, and art. Digging through the crates will take you on a journey of Hawaii through different decades of musical exploration and iconic looks. Listen and learn about some of the local greats.
The expression of Hawaii through photography is on display at Treehouse. A shop full of cameras, books, film, and photographs. Memories can be made real by dropping off a roll of film. The beautiful photos of Waikiki will make you remember Aloha forever. After a long day of vacation inspiration, Pitch Sports Bar has something cold and refreshing.
Killer cuisine, creative drinks and late nights — Honolulu's Chinatown is becoming a beacon nightlife, alongside its great markets and rich blend of culture.
Global Experiences Director, Maître D', Self Adoration Advisor, Mayor of the Block — Ramona Sidlo has worn a lot of hats. And she makes them all look great.
Photographer Lisa Cho can’t dance, but she still lets the spirit of O‘ahu move her