Island Vintage Organic & Natural Packs a Healthy Punch at Royal Hawaiian Center | Business
The following information is provided by McNeil Wilson Communications:
Island Vintage Organic & Natural is now open on level 2 of Building C at Royal
Hawaiian Center in Waikīkī. In addition to offering an array of Hawai‘i-made food items,
organic skincare lines and nutritional supplements, the store also features healthy madeto-
order acai bowls boosted with spirulina and collagen, hearty salads, soups, smoothies
and more in its casual dining café.
The 690-square-foot store complements its adjacent sister store, Island Vintage Coffee, a
popular coffee shop overlooking The Royal Grove.
“As a Royal Hawaiian Center tenant, we have enjoyed our prime location and are pleased
to grow our business here with this new store and café,” said owner Paul Kang. “To meet
our customers’ needs, we added healthy dining options and more local products. Our
dishes and smoothies are made in-house with fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables.”
“It’s wonderful to see local merchants such as Paul succeed and expand their business
here at the Center,” said Marleen ‘Ākau, general manager. “Their ‘ono (delicious) meals
and organic, high-quality products from across the state encourage sustainable living, and
will appeal to both visitors and kama‘āina alike.”
Open for breakfast and lunch until 3 p.m. daily, the café features popular dishes including
the Farmers Salad for $11.95 or Turkey Avocado Sandwich which comes with an organic
green salad, fruit salad or taro chips for $9.95.
The store offers organic and natural foods such as 100% Kona coffee and honey from
Hawai‘i Island, Moloka‘i sea salt, acai powder and Maui tea. Customers can indulge in bath
and beauty products made with kukui and macadamia nut oil, goat’s milk, noni, lavender
and raw honey.
“We hope to provide all our customers with natural products that will help not only
cosmetic, but also inner health and beauty,” Kang added.
Island Vintage Organic & Natural is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more
information call (808) 923-3383.
For information on Royal Hawaiian Center, visit our new website at
www.RoyalHawaiianCenter.com or call Lei ‘Ohu Guest Services at (808) 922-2299. Follow
Royal Hawaiian Center on Twitter @RoyalHawnCtr or “Like” us on Facebook at
PARKING: Royal Hawaiian Center has the largest parking garage in the heart of Waikīkī
with 10 levels of parking and more than 600 stalls. The entrance is located up a parking
ramp as you enter the Center on the right side of Royal Hawaiian Avenue. The Center’s
validated parking promotion offers 1 hour free parking with validation and $1 per hour for
the next 3 hours for a maximum of 4 hours. After 4 hours, standard parking rates apply of
$6 per hour. Special event parking validation rates are available at $5. No minimum
purchase is required for validation.
Royal Hawaiian Center, the premier shopping and entertainment destination in Waikīkī,
consists of more than 310,000 square feet along a three-block stretch of Waikīkī’s famed
Kalākaua Avenue. The Center has more than 100 shops and restaurants to excite every
taste. Complimentary music, hula and culture classes are available in The Royal Grove.
The Center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and beyond with late night rendezvous
hot spots. The Center is situated on more than six acres of prime real estate in Waikīkī and
is owned by Kamehameha Schools.
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