The open-air Kapolei Commons is West Oahu’s premiere destination for shopping, dining, entertainment and beauty options. Since opening in 2009, the center has become a gathering place for residents on the west side and visitors from nearby Ko’Olina Resort and Disney’s Aulani.

Offering a variety of services and popular free community events like Snow Day, Easter Egg hunts and Chinese lion dancing celebrations, Kapolei Commons truly has it all.

Regal Kapolei Commons 12, Hawaii’s first luxury theatre, features the latest innovations in cinematic presentation, including spacious all-electric reclining seats, upgraded concessions and wall-to-wall screens.

Gyu-Kaku opened on September 19 and offers the fun of “shared plates,” inspiring laughter, conversation, and good times. You can’t help it – with a personal grill installed at every table, everyone instantly becomes an expert cook.

La Tour Café welcomed its first guests on September 21 and is a modern European fast casual restaurant specializing in sandwiches, burgers, flatbread pizzas, pastries, and desserts. Stop by for an assortment of their famous French macarons, delicious kouign amann, and cruffins!

B.I.C. TACOS bring Tex-Mex to Kapolei Commons with food that’s simple, fresh, and bold!  For those that are craving “Mission style” burritos built right in front of you, or street tacos, or nachos with all of the fix ins’, this is the spot.   Whether you feel like carne asada, smoked chicken, or pork that’s been roasting for 12 hours, B.I.C. TACOS makes all of their food in-house, daily.

Kapolei Commons will welcome Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi and DB Grill in Fall 2016.