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September 29, 2016

Top 10: Favorite Shave Ice Spots

The recent string of extremely humid days has left me yearning for shave ice just about every day.

With that in mind, here are my top 10 favorite spots for shave ice (and similar icy treats):

1. Matsumoto Shave Ice - There is usually a line for the inexpensive treats, but I love the larger store, the bigger parking lot, and the added seating near the shop.
2. Shimazu Store - Parking can be a challenge, but it's worth it for the gigantic servings of shave ice!

3. Mountain Magic Shave Ice - The perfect way to end a day of shopping in Waikele.

4. Uncle Clay's House of Pure Aloha - All natural flavors, and Uncle Clay really epitomizes the spirit of aloha.
5. Aloha Crepes & Snow Flakes - The texture of the snow flakes is different from regular shave ice, but it's still very delicious!
6. Hula Shake - Great service and a variety of yummy toppings to add on!

7. Snow Factory - Friendly, helpful service, plus yummy snow flakes in all kinds of combinations!
8. Ice Garden - The shave ice may not look pretty, but it sure is tasty!
9. Aloha General Store - Keiki sizes and kama`aina discounts available!
10. Baldwin's Sweet Shop - Keiki sizes available at reasonable prices!

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