We really enjoyed the atmosphere at Uncle Roberts. We had a really nice lunch and an ivy cold beer for a reasonable price! Peaceful outdoor activity. We also browsed the art gallery, outdoor vendors and shopped at the mini Mart for food and beverages for later in the day. We did not go to the Wednesday evening festival as we... 更多
Uncle’s Kitchen is a shack located at the end of the road to Kalapana, right next to the volcanic lava beach. There is a bar, picnic tables, and I think you can order food. It looks like locals and tourists go there alike, locals hang out. Free parking. The bar was cash only. Nice respite from the sun and clean... 更多
We accidentally found out about this evening event (every Wed) from a local character we met in Pahoa. Excellent food (try the pizza, baked in a small brick oven), BBQ, all ethnic cuisines, and bar. They pour a generous glass of wine in a large plastic cup for $6. Lots of hand-made crafts, desserts, hats, etc. Nice setting along the... 更多
On Wednesday evenings there's a great night market. We loved the Thai food booth with green papaya salad and Thai iced tea. There are a lot of other vendors, a live band and dancing. Lots of fun in an interesting area of the Big Island.
We got here around 5:30 and had to park about a half mile away. There was at least 700 or 800 people there. A large variety of food - very culturally diverse. Mexican, Hawaiian, Russian, East Indian, varieties of Asian, etc. We sampled a huge variety and ended off with baklava and a kona coffee! There was also a number... 更多
A great weekly night. There are a ton of food options- everything from grilled cheese and tacos to poke and sushi. There are stands selling a wide variety of things - clothes, jewelry, art, glass pieces, etc. Theres live music with a dance floor. It's a lot of fun and probably the busiest thing that happens on the big island!
We enjoyed the Wednesday evening Farmers Market at Uncle Robert's and what a treat. Yummy food choices and interesting arts/crafts in a party atmosphere. Live music and dancing along with other entertainment -- jugglers (with fire batons) and watching crepes made to order. A wonderful island tradition featuring local island fare.
All it was expected to be, and more. Prepare for lots of traffic at the end of the road, as local staff guide your car to a parking spot out on the lava. For 3$ it's worthwhile. We could see the lava plume from here in the distance. Live music goes all through the evening, with dancing, and plenty of... 更多
We arrived on the BI on a Tuesday then drove to Ocean View for our first 5 nights. The next day we drove to the bike rentals near the lava flow then biked to see the lava flowing into the ocean. Magnificent! From there, it was a short distance to Uncle Robert's. It begins around 5 PM and ends around... 更多