Taking Care of Business

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Old Lahaina center
Nagasako Supermarket in 1965.

Old Lahaina Center
Est. 1964

Mention “Nagasako Supermarket” to anyone who lived in West Maui during the ‘60s and they’re bound to share a fond memory or two. A longstanding favorite in Lahaina for 30-plus years, the mom-and-pop grocery store is indelibly etched in local history. When Old Lahaina Center was built in 1964 in historic Lahaina Town, Nagasako Supermarket became one of its first tenants, and today continues to thrive as Nagasako General Store. The
Center itself sits on 15 acres of land and houses more than 35 stores, including specialty shops, banks, yoga classes, marine supplies, eateries and even a post office. Stop by and grab a tee shirt from Maui Clothing, stock up on fishing supplies at West Maui Sports or grab some of the best pizza on the island (according to our very own dining editor Becky Speere) at Sale Pepe.

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