Hangouts, Bars & Saloons – HI

HAWAII

HENRY`S BAR, 41 E. LIPOA, STREET KIHEI ,MAUI

About:
GREAT WATERING HOLE (of Kanaka Hekili M.C.) FRIENDLY LOCALS LIVE MUSIC (F-S-S) dance floor and pooltables,park your horse at the front door!!

General Directions To:
HWY 31 TO KIHEI RIGHT ON LIPOA LEFT AT LIPOA CENTER YOU MADE IT, HAVE A GREAT TIME!!!!


Dancers, Honolulu

About:
Great stop for the biker-soul! Biker friendly bar/atmosphere,lotsa parking in front for bikes,friendly girls,cold drinks and music.

General Directions To:
Exit Off H-1 Eastbound to Nimitz Hwy first right hand turn onto Sand Island Access Rd.Two blocks down on leftside.


Side Street Inn, Honolulu

About:
Side Street Inn has some of the VERY BEST bar food known to man. The waitresses are beautiful, the bar staff is fantastic, and there is plenty of harley parking available.

General Directions To:
Located on Hopaka street in Honolulu, it’s exactly one block from the Ala Moana shopping center.


Eastside Grill, Honolulu

About:
Another incredible Honolulu hotspot! Great sports bar with a diverse menu, great food, terrific service, HOT waitresses and bartendresses and plenty of parking (park your bike upstairs, it’s free)

General Directions To:
Located just below the University district. Take the University avenue exit from H1 in either direction


Smith Union Bar, Honolulu

About:
Oldest bar in downtown Honolulu smack dab in the middle of the infamous Hotel St. The eighty year old watering hole was the hot spot for sailors during and after the war and is still going strong old school style with a two dollar domestic beer rule. The “life-ers” at Smith Union are always welcoming the newbies with their aloha, smiles and cheers for all. It’s not a hip hop spot but it’s the best place to enjoy a nice cold beer and reminisce about old Hawaii or just get smashed off your ass singing karaoke and being amused by the characters that surround you. Membership is free and the memories are priceless.

General Directions To:
19 North Hotel St. If your coming from Waikiki take the vineyard cut off and turn left on to Nuuanu Ave. Go straight on Nuuanu Ave until you cross Hotel St. Their are plenty of street parking.


Old Keemoo Tavern, Schofield

About:
Great food, reasonably priced bar, plenty of sidewalk bike parking with outdoor/roadside tables. Great meeting spot…midway between Honolulu and the North Shore.

General Directions To:
Follow the H-2 to the end and continue about 1 mile past where it turns into a local road.



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