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HNL Airport Food & Shopping Guide

Whether you're a foodie in search of a delicious meal before your flight or a shopping enthusiast looking for the perfect souvenir, Honolulu International Airport has got you covered. From the aromatic coffee at Starbucks to the local brews at Kona Brewing Co., and from the high-end fashion at Prada to the duty-free shopping at DFS Duty Free, you'll be spoilt for choice. And that's just the tip of the iceberg! Our comprehensive guide at Honolulu International Airport dives into the array of restaurants and stores available to you, ensuring your pre-flight experience is as enjoyable as possible.

Below you will find more detailed information about some of the most popular restaurants, shops, and stores at the airport, including proximity to gates and links to amenity maps.

Tips, Help & Resources

With our airport maps at your fingers, iFly.com can help you find food or where to shop, but also get through, and between the HNL terminals with ease. Here are some tips to assist you during your journey through the airport:

  • If you have some time before your flight departs HNL airport, get a coffee, have a sit-down meal, or walk the shops within the terminals. You never know what treat or souvenir you might discover!
  • Need to kill some time before your flight's departure, check out these ideas for a layover.
  • Are you a frequent flyer or traveling in business or first class? Then check out where the Honolulu airline lounges are located.
  • Should the need arise, the airport is equipped to handle special-needs persons, and also small medical emergencies that may arise.

Maps of Shops & Restaurants

Finding dining, shopping, and additional services at Honolulu Airport has never been more straightforward. Choose your departure or arrival terminal from the terminal maps provided below, and utilize the interactive map to find all the amenities you need. Whether you need a quick snack before your flight or wish to indulge in some shopping, our interactive maps are here to assist. They also offer the convenience of guiding you to your preferred spot or facilitating a terminal transfer for connecting flights.


Whether you're in need of a caffeine fix, a quick bite, or a sit-down meal before your flight, Honolulu International Airport (HNL) offers a variety of dining options to suit every traveler's palate. Here's a rundown of some of the most popular restaurants at HNL, grouped by their terminal location and type.

Interisland Terminal:

  • Starbucks: With multiple locations throughout the terminal, Starbucks is a reliable option for a cup of joe, a quick breakfast, or a light snack.
  • Beer Kiosk: Conveniently located at Gate B2, the Beer Kiosk serves a selection of local and international beers for those looking to relax before their flight.
  • Lani Moo's and Torn Basil Pizza: Located at Gate A16, these two eateries offer diverse dining options, from locally inspired dishes at Lani Moo's to classic Italian fare at Torn Basil Pizza.
  • Burger King: For travelers craving a familiar fast-food fix, Burger King at Gate A17 provides classic burgers, fries, and more.

Overseas Terminal:

  • Starbucks: Similar to the Interisland Terminal, the Overseas Terminal hosts multiple Starbucks locations, ensuring you're never too far from your next coffee fix.
  • Makai Plantation: Located at Gate C2, Makai Plantation serves a variety of Hawaiian-inspired dishes, perfect for a pre-flight meal.
  • Lahaina Chicken Company: At Gate E2, Lahaina Chicken Company offers a range of chicken dishes, from rotisserie to fried, for a satisfying meal.
  • Kona Brewing Co.: Situated at Gate E10 and G2, Kona Brewing Co. offers a taste of Hawaii's brewing scene, with a selection of locally crafted beers.

Other notable mentions include the PGA Tour Grill, California Pizza Kitchen, and Umaizushi in the Overseas Terminal, as well as Chow Mein Express and Island Brews in the Interisland Terminal. No matter your culinary preference, HNL has a dining option to satisfy your craving.

Shops & Stores

Travelers flying through Honolulu's vibrant airport will find a plethora of shopping options to indulge in. From local souvenirs and Hawaiian-themed gifts to luxury brands and duty-free shopping, the airport offers a diverse shopping experience that caters to all tastes and needs. Below, we highlight some of the most popular shops and stores located across the terminals, grouped by their terminal location and type for your convenience.

Overseas Terminal

  • DFS Duty Free: Enjoy significant savings on select luxury brand names at this duty and tax-free specialty shop, located near Gate F2.
  • DFS Galleria: A high-end shopping destination offering a variety of luxury goods, located at various gates including D2, F2, and C2.
  • Prada: For fashion enthusiasts, Prada offers a selection of luxury fashion items and accessories.
  • Coach: Offers premium leather goods and accessories, with stores near Gate F2 and another location within the terminal.

Interisland Terminal

  • Newsstand: A convenient store for a quick grab of magazines, snacks, and travel essentials, located near Gate A16.
  • Gift Shop: A perfect spot to pick up last-minute gifts or souvenirs, located near Gate A17.
  • Makai Grab'n'Go: Offers a variety of snacks, beverages, and travel essentials, located near Gate B1.

In addition to these highlighted stores, travelers will also find other noteworthy shops such as Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, and Burberry for luxury fashion, MAC Cosmetics and DFS Duty Free Beauty for beauty products, and Best Buy Express for electronics. For a taste of Hawaii, check out DFS From Hawaii with Love at various gates, and for a beautiful floral arrangement, visit Flowers near Gates D1 and F2.

Please be sure to check at the airport for the most up-to-date store locations and hours, as this information can change at any time.

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Honolulu Airport food shopping Q&A

Starbucks has multiple locations in both the Interisland Terminal and the Overseas Terminal.
The airport offers a variety of dining options ranging from fast food at Burger King to local dishes at Lani Moo's and Torn Basil Pizza. There are also local and international beers available at the Beer Kiosk.
Yes, DFS Duty Free is a specialty shop located near Gate F2 in the Overseas Terminal where you can enjoy significant savings on select luxury brand names.
Luxury brands such as Prada, Coach, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, and Burberry have stores at the airport.
You can find Hawaiian-themed gifts and souvenirs at the Gift Shop near Gate A17 in the Interisland Terminal and at DFS From Hawaii with Love at various gates.
Yes, there are interactive terminal maps available that can guide you to shops, restaurants, and other amenities at the airport. You can find these maps here.
Yes, the Newsstand near Gate A16 in the Interisland Terminal and Makai Grab'n'Go near Gate B1 offer a variety of snacks, beverages, and travel essentials.
Lani Moo's and Torn Basil Pizza are located at Gate A16 in the Interisland Terminal and offer a variety of dining options.
Yes, you can buy electronics at Best Buy Express.
MAC Cosmetics and DFS Duty Free Beauty offer a range of beauty products.