Thanks to everyone for their support each and every month and showing Our Kaka’ako your love! We hope you enjoyed all the food, shopping and entertainment this month! As always, the fashion show was not to be missed.
BUT, if you were too busy shopping, eating, or both…we’ve got you covered!
Mahalo Mark Ramelb for all these photos!
Find an outfit that makes you look and feel good with Eden In Love. The Ward Warehouse store offers anything from maxi dresses to office-wear, accessories and more!
Fashion incubator/factory hybrid, The Cut Collective will be showcasing a variety of its designer pieces; offering high-value and high-quality products directly to night market shoppers.
Don’t miss 12th South King by Andy South, who will also be bringing her menswear line.
Give your eyelashes a bump with Flutter Lashes. They offer voluminous, lengthening, elegant and comfortable lashes for any occasion.
Love the beach or the ocean? Then these vendors are just for you!
Stock up on summer swim essentials with San Lorenzo Bikinis. Perfect for lounging by the pool or surfing waves, San Lorenzo offers a wide variety of swimwear to meet your needs.
The athletic and fashion-oriented swimwear and apparel line from Jolyn Clothing will have you ready for anything! The innovative hybrid design combines the technical structure of performance gear with an aesthetic sensibility, making these suits both fashionable and functional.
Bring your love for the ocean into your home with the collection of “beach chic” home goods and apparel from Virginia Paresa.
And finally, no home is complete without a little bloom. Bloom Hawaii will be showcasing succulent terrariums and planters, filled with a variety of shells, colored stones and more!
For all the oyster lovers out there, you don’t want to miss Pink Pearl on Saturday! Serving up oysters for $3.50 each or 3 for $10, you can enjoy a variety of fresh preparations like the Spicy Delight, Ginger, Shiso Wasabi Gelee and Blackbean…or try their $5 Spoon of Desire!
Expect the regular line-up of sushi sliders, mushroom fries, banana malasadas and more from Otsuji Farms.
Finally make you way over to Infernos for some delicious wood-fired pizza!
Check out the handcrafted original pieces from Nak On Wood. Spencer and Tyler Nakamura are the talented designers behind the brand, and with years of woodworking and carpentry behind them, their designs are not to be missed. They’ll be showcasing reclaimed wood furniture and home goods like coffee tables, picture frames and more!
You can also shop the stylish closets of Mahina (@heenz), Cirialyn (@cirialyn) and Jenn (@Jenn_asis) at the Pinch of Salt warehouse this Saturday!
Sure to please any local craving you may have is local lunch wagon and restaurant, Koi. Offering anything from Mochiko Chicken to Spicy Asian Pork Chops and more.
Serving up their signature Garlic Chicken Wings is Pololi Oe. We suggest trying the “French Fries of the Pacific” (or fried calamari)!
If you don’t mind getting your fingers dirty, the Hawaiian style smoked ribs from Five-O Ribs are a great choice for dinner.
And finally, try the dishes from Flavors of the World. Taking inspiration from Spanish, Venezuelan, Colombian, Mexican cuisine; you can definitely get your Latin American food fix here.
Showcase your unique style with the gear you’ll find from these vendors aimed to please both men and women shoppers.
Downtown Honolulu vintage shop, Barrio Vintage will have racks of their fashion-forward collection of vintage clothing, jewelry and accessories. All items are unique and are hand chosen to compliment a diversity of styles.
San Francisco and Honolulu brand, Moon Collective will be selling their line of tees, hats and sweatshirts with designs inspired by…you guessed it, the moon (and other mystical icons).
Plus, don’t forget to check out the 2014 spring/summer line from local street wear brand, Drone.
Got a love for musubi? Get a double-dose from Uncle’s Kitchen and Hawaii’s Fried Musubi this weekend!
Uncle’s Kitchen will be offering a variety of deconstructed musubis with both classic and unique flavors. There might even be one with a topping of mac and cheese!
Next stop is Hawaii’s Fried Musubi for their popular fried versions. Flash-fried and battered furikake encrusted musubis of all kinds including spam, ahi poke and spicy tuna.
New and returning artists will be showcasing their one-of-a-kind pieces at Honolulu Night Market this Saturday. Peruse the art alley anchored by the Art Truck and pick up a piece or two from these vendors: