Construction has been underway for over 2 years on the 12,700-square-foot Kilauea Market + Café in the Kilauea Lighthouse Village on Kauai, a new grocery-restaurant hybrid from the Sullivan Family of Companies’ Kalama Beach Corp. The Sullivan Family of Companies also owns the Foodland and Food Pantry stores in Hawaii. The Kilauea Market + Café will anchor the 43,000-square-foot Kilauea Lighthouse Village, a neighborhood center in historic Kilauea Town.

The Kilauea Market + Café, designed by architects G70, is expected to open May 2019. The store will feature specialty, gourmet and traditional grocery items, as well as a coffee bar, an in-store dining and seating area, and made-to-order foods from an in-store kitchen. “Our team is excited to have the opportunity to bring a new grocery shopping experience to Kilauea,” Vernon Ikebe, vice president of sales and operations for the Kalama Beach Corp. said in a statement. “Kilauea Market + Café will be a fun place for visitors and residents to enjoy favorite foods, sip a glass of wine, pick up a delicious snack or discover fresh local products – a place where the community can gather.” The New Kilauea Lighthouse Village will have a covered walkable mix of nine charming village buildings with public restrooms, bike racks, and landscaped areas.

Here are some of the other tenants expected to open in early 2019 

Wyland Gallery
Island Soap & Candleworks
Kauai North Shore Animal Clinic 
Verde Restaurant 
Wailua Shave Ice 
Kai Bar Coffee Roasters 
Other Merchants to be announced soon