Named for Charley P. Woofer, a spotted Great Dane, this North Shore institution serves food and music to the masses. The downtown Paia hangout does double duty as a power-breakfast fuel station for windsurfers and an after-dark saloon with live music and DJs. It’s a decent place to grab a bite before heading out to Hana. For breakfast, you’ll find the standards: omelets, pancakes, biscuits and gravy. Lunch is half-pound burgers made from locally raised beef, fish and chicken sandwiches, salads, and pizza. Dinner is grilled fish and steak—hearty, but nothing exciting. Sushi chef Tom Kamijo spices it up a bit with his sushi bar (Tues–Sat 5–10pm), serving small plates, bowls, sashimi, and maki rolls, like the Fireball—spicy tuna and pickled radish.