Kahala Mall is a major retail center in the affluent Kāhala neighborhood in Honolulu on the East Side of Oahu, Hawaii. Housing over 100 specialty stores and dining establishments, it is dubbed as the second largest mall in Honolulu after the Ala Moana Center.
It first opened in 1954 as Waialae Shopping Center and was renamed Kahala Mall after a massive renovation in 1969. Shops offer a variety of merchandise such as apparel, books, cosmetics, health products, electronics & gadgets, home-ware, jewelry and gift items. There are also service-oriented establishments such as banks, beauty salons, barber shop, laundry & dry cleaners and telecom centers. There is also an 8-screen cinema.
Some notable establishments are Longs Drugs, Whole Foods Market, Apple Store, Macy's, Barnes & Noble, Banana Republic, Starbucks, Radio Shack, the Apple Store, Chili's and California Pizza Kitchen.
Kahala Mall is conveniently located at 4211 Waialae Avenue, off the H-1 Freeway. It is open Monday to Saturday, from10am to 9pm, and 10am-6pm on Sundays.