Serving up authentic Thai food is Olay’s Thai Food Express. Dishes include Pad Thai, assorted curries and more.
Dine on wood-fired pizza from Downtown pizza shop, Infernos. Baked in an 800 degree Kiawe wood-fired oven, try combos like guava smoked pork and bbq chicken.
Deconstructed musubis of all kinds from Uncle’s Kitchen will have you re-thinking the original! We’ve seen concoctions like loco moco, mac and cheese and poke! Honolulu Night Market tip: can’t decide on one, try three and order The Boat!
Walk around and you’ll see the eye-catching potato creations from Hawaiian Twisted Tater. The fresh hot potatoes are twisted on a long stick where you can choose from their different spices and toppings.
Etsy shop, HonHI will be selling vintage and handmade goods alongside boho-chic jewelry line, Mixe Medium.
Beach boutique with ocean-inspired accessories and seashell jewelry is Tasi Boutique. Check them out with Gypsy Rain who’ll be showcasing beautiful printed kimonos, that are limited to only 12 pieces.
Be sure to snag the collaboration tote from Happy Town Hawaii + Nico Made which will be debuting at Honolulu Night Market. Their booth will have a variety of Happy Town reusable totes and Nico Made notecards and art prints.
Back with some fresh oysters and a variety of toppings is Pink Pearl Hawaii.
Snack the fresh fish, poke bowls and other local dishes from Fresh Catch.
Then, stop by the Impressed Juice wagon and enjoy their cold-pressed juice. Honolulu Night Market tip: Get there early, their popular Sugarland Cooler (watermelon blend) sells out fast!
The Cut Collective is a shared workspace incubator & a design consulting + manufacturing company. Besides being home to talented local designers, it also strives to help other clients (local, national, & even international) to develop their own designs & eventually produce made-in-hawaii products.
The designers showcasing their newest designs on the runway are: Allison Izu, Ten Tomorrow by Summer Shiigi, Rumi Murakami, Haus of Quirk by Jenna Sato and Duality by Mari Nakamura
This month we’re happy to be partnering with the Hawaiian Humane Society to create a pet friendly event! So bring them along, we can’t wait to meet them!
Dress your pup in Doggie Aloha Wear from retail vendor, Dog Gone Hawaiian! They’ll be offering a variety of island style dog products like collars, leashes and more!
If you don’t have a furry friend, but love them anyway…purchase jewelry from Love Me Knots! They give 20% of the profits towards providing food, shelter, and care for an animal in need.
You can also enjoy the ‘Urban Dog Park’ on the street provided by Poi Dogs Daycare and Boarding OR take your dog to get a treat at the ‘Bone Bar’ by Nahe and Makana Askew.
Back by popular demand is a pop-up flower market in the Pinch of Salt Warehouse. This time, Su-v Expressions will be selling unique arrangements of sunflowers, peonies and more! Be sure to stop by early, these beauties go fast!
Local swimwear brand, Pualani Kailua will have their fashionable and functional suits. Shop the variety of prints and colors that are perfect for the most extreme water sports or relaxing on the beach.
Browse the collection of ocean photography from Jonavan Crail. Beautiful waves, sunsets and beach scenes make the perfect addition to any home.
Make breakfast your dinner and stop by the MunchieZ bright red food truck. Offering breakfast all day and a variety of desserts for night market goers to enjoy.
Taste the difference with the all natural ice cream from Cold Fyyre. The artisan ice cream is made with produce from small farms all over Hawaii and include flavors like Keopu Kona Coffee, Kula Strawberry and more!
Indulge in the baked goods from Pami’s Desserts and Pastries! Baking up delicious treats like bacon and caramel brownies, lilikoi bars, cupcakes and more…your sweet tooth will be happy for the entire night.
“FRESH in THE RIGHT MIND,” The Firm HNL bridges the gap between classic California culture with the island flavor and lifestyle. Browse through their vast line of hats, tees and tanks in the Pinch of Salt Warehouse.
Stop by the booth of local brand, Oahugrown Clothing where you’ll find apparel, hats and more for both men and women.
Aiming to intrigue, innovate and inspire is Kāne Clothing Co. Shop their unique designs and even their line for the keiki.
Known for their squid luau and chicken long rice is Laverne’s Catering. Find them at Honolulu Night Market serving up Hawaiian and local-style favorites at their food truck this Saturday.
Additionally, you can enjoy local fusion food from the Local Stop wagon and be sure to try their famous Malasada Burger!
A third local food stop, Hula Shrimp is also back this Saturday. Popular items include their Kahuku Shrimp, Guava Chicken and Pulehu Steak plates.