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Welcome to our shop and gallery in Honolulu called
Hound and Quail. Started in early 2011 by Mark Pei and Travis Flazer. We are the former owners of Area, a mid-century furniture shop in Honolulu’s chinatown. H & Q is a place where we collect vintage and unusual items from Hawaii, the mainland, and around the world. Inspired by the small shops of Tokyo and Amsterdam, it’s a cozy place to browse the unusual. The Outpost is our basement event space used for art shows, wine and art classes, and a variety of amazing shows.



OWNERS:
Mark Pei
Travis Flazer
SHOP ASSOCIATES:
Naz Kawakami
Brian Linares

LOCATION:
920 Maunakea St. Parking entrance on Smith between King St. and Nimitz.
Ward Warehouse, MORI, mini pop-up shop

HOURS:
Monday 1pm - 6pm
Wednesday 1pm - 6pm
Friday 1pm - 6pm
Saturday 11am - 4pm

PAYMENT:
Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, JCB card

CONTACT:
houndandquail@gmail.com
808.779.8436
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram

PRESS:
Winner, Best vintage shop 2013 by Honolulu Magazine
HNL metro Magazine
Lei Magazine
Hawaii Remodel Magazine
Travel + Leisure Magazine
Kikaha Magazine
Hawaii Luxury Magazine
KauKau Magazine
Hayo Magazine
GQ Japan
Brutus Magazine - Japan
Popeye Magazine - Japan
Aloha Express Magazine - Japan
Figaro Magazine - Japan
My Only Hawaii Magazine - Japan
CREA Magazine - Japan
Mabuhay Magazine - Philippines
The Monocle Guide to Good Business - Hardcover
Monocle Magazine
Innov8 Magazine
Honolulu Weekly
Hana Hou Magazine
Honolulu Magazine
FLUX Magazine
GuidePal app
Lei Chic
Modern Luxury Hawaii Magazine
Hawaii Magazine
TV segment on KITV
TV segment on “Career Changers” - Oceanic Cable channel 16
Radio segment - NPR

BUYING:
We also buy vintage and unusual items. If you think you have something that would fit in at H&Q, please send us an email with a picture and price. Were always on the lookout for new and cool stuff!

We now carry Deuxmers Publication Books


LOCATION AND PARKING:




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CURRENT CLASSES

Wine Classes for August will be posted at the end of July



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