Cemile Kavountzis explores some of the new, up and coming things to do on Oahu in her article featured on Nymag.com. Check out the Honolulu Night Market mention in the “what to do” section!
“The Hawaiian capital is hopping, with a spate of stylish new hotels and boutiques, a thriving young fashion scene, and less-crowded beaches (and lower prices) in the off-season […]”
“Throughout the year, food festivals and street fairs offer great opportunities to try a variety of dishes, see cooking demonstrations, catch some live entertainment, and mingle with the locals. Here are festivals to note as you plan your next vacation […]”
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Popping up at Honolulu Night Market tomorrow is the Roam Hawaii x ESCAPE shop.
They’ll be bringing those goodies to the Pinch of Salt warehouse for night market shoppers this Saturday, so don’t miss out on their collection of cool, lust-worthy pieces!
Find your inner zen with OmBottoms. Offering yoga attire that’s FRESH, FUN, and FREE, they aim to support fellow small businesses and entrepreneurs with the brands they carry.
Downtown boutique, Florencia Arias showcases her current line of timeless and versatile silhouettes. Her clothes are inspired by the Latin culture but translated to the tropical laid-back lifestyle of Honolulu.
Find beautiful and original handmade items from Roseri, like colorful printed bowties, cute rings and more!
See you at Honolulu Night Market tomorrow at their new location, 449 Cooke Street!
Taste the salt of the islands with Sea Salts of Hawaii. Their salt is harvested from Moloka’i salt farms and in the deep waters off Kona making their sources as unaffected by human influences as possible. Try their classic salts with flavors of ‘Ohe, Alaea and Maui Onion OR try custom Hawaii flavors like Moloka’i Keawe smoked, Sweet Pineapple and Hot Hawaiian Chili Pepper.
Listen to the sound of Hawaii with Ho’okani Music Company. Stop by their booth where they’ll be selling guitars, handmade ukuleles, and accessories such as handmade instrument cases and stands.
Hawaii lifestyle brand, Chance ‘Em was created on the North Shore of Oahu in 2010. They support youth enrichment programs on the North Shore and will be selling their line of hats, shirts and stickers.
Serving up their “won” of a kind wontons is Paul’s Poppers.These savory fried delights are small enough so you can enjoy a variety of flavors like their first flavor “The Original” filled with Pork, Jalapeno, Cheddar Cheese or caprese and more.
Found at local farmers markets, Hawaiian Twisted Tater will be making Tater sticks or Tater trays with your choice of spices or toppings like cheddar bacon ranch.
Finally, cool down with gourmet popsicles from Ono Pops. Their frozen treats are handmade in Hawaii using local ingredients to create their innovative flavor combos. Try their mainstays like Lilikoi 50/50 or their many rotating seasonal flavors.
Find your perfect ‘fit at the new Pinch of Salt Warehouse this Saturday! Whether you’re looking for a popular brand or wanting to support local, these night market vendors will have a variety of options to keep your shopping bags full!
Supporting mainly made in Hawaii (or USA) designers Kailua boutique, Global Village is a great stop. They offer a product mix of at least 35% from small, eco-minded, or charitable businesses. They’ll have Flash Tattoos, seamless dresses, spring florals, and more!
Keeping things “BASIC and UNIQUE” and bringing you the latest in contemporary fashions is Basique Threads. With on-trend brands like Blaque Label, 19th & Whimsy, Insight, Panacea Design and more they’ll have a variety of fashion picks for night market shoppers.
Embracing the balance of fashion, motherhood, business, health & wellness, & everything in between is Londyn Empire Fashions. An apparel and accessories shop perfect for the fashionistas out there!
Bringing the taste of one island (Puerto Rico) to another, Buenos Antojitos cooks up Puerto Rican specialties like empanadas of beef, chicken and shrimp.
Experience authentic crepes with well-known downtown Honolulu and Manoa crepe shop, Le Crepe Café. Their ingredients are fresh and you’ll definitely enjoy one of their many sweet or savory crêpe creations.
Come “get a taste of soul” at the Soul Patrol truck! They’re Hawaii’s first pacific soul food restaurant; using local ingredients to create their mouthwatering dishes like smothered buttermilk fried chicken, catfish po’boys and more!
Go on an International food adventure in just one night with these Honolulu Night Market food vendors!
A spotlight on some of the talented artists showcasing their visual works of art at Honolulu Night Market this weekend!
Channel your inner artist or just admire the work of these photographers, apparel designers, painters and more at Honolulu Night Market on April 19th!