PV Eats Market & Wine Bar Grand Opening

On the North Shore of Kauai, Princeville’s brand new PV | EATS Market & Wine Bar opened their doors to the public July 24, 2019 with a bountiful blessing by Kauai’s own Kumu Puna Kalama Dawson

PV Eats Blessing

PV | EATS Grand Opening Blessing with Puna Kalama Dawson and Foodland owners, The Sullivan Family of Companies

Open daily from 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM, PV | EATS is an artisanal market serving delicious tapas paired with craft cocktails and hand-selected wines. A full bar offers wine, cold-pressed juices, and coffee for neighborly visits. Plus, a gourmet retail store invites guests to take home specialty cheeses and charcuterie, spirits, and more.

PV Eats Retail Items

PV | EATS Sitting Area

PV Eats Sitting Area

PV Eats Wine

Behind PV | EATS

The Sullivan Family of Companies, owner of the Foodland Supermarket chains in Hawaii and resident in the Princeville Center, partnered together with Honolulu based architecture firm G70 to create PV | EATS Market & Wine Bar. They’re able to bring residents and guests products from down the street and around the world to an upscale, trendy environment! Behind the tasty tapas is Executive Chef of Foodland Supermarket, Keoni Chang.

PV Eats Food Bar


Join us at PV | EATS as we celebrate the brand new addition to Princeville! This is the first of many new developments — stay tuned for more.

Princeville News

Check out the blogs below to learn more about a new Princeville airport service connecting the North Shore to Honolulu and the 2018 Princeville Condos Recap.

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Roger Wall

July 28, 2019

Thanks for such a great post about our new store, PV Eats. We are thrilled with the way it turned out and hope it will become a community gathering place. Aloha.

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