To Paradise

Welcome to Holualoa Garden and Kitchen

Holualoa Garden and Kitchen offers a truly captivating setting for any event, making it an ideal choice for your special occasion. Nestled on the slopes of the majestic Hualalai volcano, this venue boasts a remarkable combination of natural beauty and island charm. The cool breezes, occasional afternoon rainstorms, and lush 100% Kona Coffee Trees create a serene backdrop that is both refreshing and inspiring. The breathtaking view of the Kona coast adds a touch of enchantment to any gathering. What sets Holualoa apart is not just its stunning location but also its commitment to excellence. With a top-notch chef, a farm-to-kitchen approach, and tasteful built-in décor, the Holualoa Farm and Kitchen ensures that every detail is taken care of. This venue perfectly marries tradition and contemporary allure, with a rich history dating showcasing the heritage and culture of the region. Whether you’re planning a wedding, corporate event, or any other special occasion, Holualoa Garden and Kitchen offers a unique and unforgettable experience that will leave a lasting impression on your guests. Embrace the spirit of Holualoa and let your event become a cherished memory in this enchanting island town.

About Holualoa

Among the misty slopes of the Hualalai Volcano, just south of Kailua-Kona, lies our charming artist community of Holualoa. In Hawaiian, the word “holualoa” means “long slide.” These hōlua courses were painstakingly constructed lava-gravel pathways, originally thought to be used for ritualistic purposes. Riders hurtle downhill on sleds at over 50 miles pre hour, mimicking the way the lava flowed down creating the islands 30 million years before. Holualoa has a rich past, dating back to the Hawaiian Kingdom when it was originally established as an agricultural area because of its fertile soil and ample rainfall. The area has been dominated by coffee trees since it was first planted here in 1828. Many of the historic buildings from when Mamalahoa Highway was the only route around the island are still in use today. Although Holualoa Village is a trendy hub for artists in the Kona Districts, it’s maintained a small-town atmosphere that’s rare to find in today’s contemporary hustle and bustle world. Visitors can stroll through the shops to discover local art like handcrafted jewelry, paintings, sculptures and photography. With breath taking views of the Pacific Ocean, one can feel as if they’re at the edge of the world.


Open Wednesday-Sunday
Thursday – Saturday
Happy Hour 3:00-5:00pm
Dinner 5:00-8:00pm

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