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Hukilau Hut

Hukilau Hut is a Hawaiian style restaurant that features pastries, sandwiches, ice cream and their specialty, Hawaiian shaved ice. A very casual, family friendly spot for lunch. Look for the big tropical decorated truck parked outside. It travels around the county serving tropical-flavored shaved ice.

Phone: (941) 350-2029
Location:
2253 Bee Ridge Rd
Sarasota, FL 34239
Price: $ (Under $10)
Website:
Users' Rating
Rating: 3 - 5 reviews
Payment Methods:
Cash, Credit
Cuisine: Caterer,Coffeehouse,Ice Cream,Sandwich Shop,
Hours: Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; closed Sunday
Signature Dish: Sandwiches made on Hawaiian bread
Open For: Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Take Out
Herald-Tribune Review
Many will know Hukilau Hut from the endearing massive green monstrosity of a van that peddles shaved ice all over Sarasota County, but their brick and mortar location on Bee Ridge, just east of 41, is a whole other animal. The café is located in an elderly strip mall, a few doors down from Renaissance Video, but the space inside is quaint and sweet and full of island-themed paraphernalia and surfboard tables, the walls painted with murals of barreling waves and thick green jungle. The place ... Click here for full review

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