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There are no shopping centers or strip malls on laidback Lanai, meaning shopping is not a focal point. But there are a few unique shops worth visiting on the Hawaiian island. While the resorts feature high-end boutiques, Dole Park in Lanai City is the place where the locals shop. Lanai Beach Walk offers swimwear, resort clothing, souvenirs, jewelry and other knickknacks. Dis ‘N Dat is a tiny shop in Lanai City filled with thousands of eclectic gifts, home décor, antiques and jewelry that’s worth just browsing. Mike Carroll Gallery has been called a “jewel of the Islands,” featuring the works of Carroll and 30 other artists, many of whom are fellow award-winners from juried painting festivals. Get your groceries, sunscreen, snacks and other vacation essentials at either Pine Isle Market or Richard’s, two all-purpose markets on the island.