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Hawaii (Big) Island
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The largest shopping complex on the Kohala Coast, Queens' MarketPlace houses several clothing shops, two jewelry stores, two galleries, several gift shops, a food court, and a few restaurants, including Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar and Romano's Macaroni Grill. Island Gourmet Markets and Starbucks are also here. The marketplace sits adjacent to a performing arts amphitheater. www.queensmarketplace.net.
A favorite in Captain Cook, this Sunday market offers great hot breakfast and lunch items, produce from local farms, and artists selling their goods.
This acclaimed boutique sells distinctive island wearables with bold colors and motifs designed by the legendary Sig Zane, well-known for his artwork honoring native flora and fauna. All apparel is handcrafted in Hawaii and is often seen being worn by celebrities. www.sigzane.com.
This best part about this complex is its roster of restaurants, including Tommy Bahama's Tropical Café, Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, and Monstera. You can find tropical apparel at Jams World, high-end housewares at Oasis, and original art at a number of galleries. Kids love the movie theater, with the only "4-D" screens in Hawaii. www.shopsatmaunalani.com.
Reyn Spooner's dressy clothing has been a tradition in Hawaii since 1959 and remains popular among locals and visitors alike. The store offers fine silk and rayon aloha shirts for both men and boys, men's shorts, and some dresses for women and girls. The price may be high, but you're buying the best. www.reyns.com.
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