Fruit Factory

May 6, 2014 | By Catherine Caldwell

Hustling down Beachwalk, you will likely miss one of Waikiki’s hidden gems. Henry’s Place, a family owned and operated produce stand, is a treasure trove of frozen and freshly cut fruity treats, tucked away on Beach-walk Street.

Renowned “ReaLicious” sorbet, sandwiches, ice cream and fresh fruit salads, merit a stop at the charming hole in the wall.

Henry’s famous homemade ice cream is whipped up daily using pure, all natural ingredients. The ice cream is conveniently packaged in portable Styrofoam containers, making a cup of chilled Henry’s la créme de la créme of beach-friendly refreshments. Flavors include traditional favorites and exotic temptations, such as Green Tea, Mango, Coconut, Apple Banana and Kona Coffee.


Other Henry’s delights encompass Corned Beef, Egg Salad, Tuna and a selection of other sandwiches, while light Pineapple, Guava and Passion Orange sorbet provide visitors a refreshing, dairy-free treat.

Beautiful (and massive) bowls of sliced papaya, pineapple and apple bananas, married with sweet honeydew, cantaloupe, blueberries, strawberries and a cornucopia of other fresh cut fruits, tempt customers seeking sweet, guilt-free refreshments.

Satisfy yourself at Henry’s for just $5 (plus tax), but don’t leave your Lincolns at home. Henry’s is a cash only establishment.

Henry’s Place
234 Beachwalk St. [D:6 Waikiki Map] (808) 926-0213