We’re partnering up with Pow Wow Hawaii once again to throw another incredible BLOCK PARTY FINALE on the SECOND Saturday of the month, February 14th! The annual art event will be concluding here in Our Kaka’ako and we’ll be extending Honolulu Night Market all the way to Lana Lane and Auahi Street! The streets, the warehouses and the fashion alley will be filled with retail, a main stage, food and of course…tons of ART! Stay tuned for all the features and the main stage line-up…
*NOTE: there will be NO Honolulu Night Market on the third Saturday of February
This month’s pop-up dinner featured a traditional Filipino “grilled” feast and it did not fail to deliver. Ho’oku’i chef, Abraham Jazmin and his team served up 5 delicious courses with sides and a cocktail for night market diners. The seated dinner was set under the stars and guests were treated to the breathtaking ukulele performance by Honoka and Azita as well as the fashion show. Missed your chance at the pop-up this month? We’ll have a whole new chef and menu for next month, stay tuned!
Here are some photos from “INIHAW” by Ho’oku’i:
The Butik returns to our retail warehouse with a pop-up boutique offering a vast selection of popular and local brands.
Do you know what a candle tart is? Stop by the Shay Pure Aloha booth and ask about their selection of yummy smelling soy candles that are biodegradable, clean burning and green!
You can shop for a cause with Chance’Em. You know that you’ll be supporting local youth programs when you purchase one of their tees and hats.
With over 20 vendors new and old, you’re sure to find something for yourself. Check out these brands, perfect for men and women.
New vendor, Diamond Head Clothing brings unique graphic tees reminiscent of Hawaiian folklore.
Kaka’ako neighborhood shop, Illest Hawaii will be showcasing their collection of streetwear.
Browse the booth of Kane Clothing Co. who’s popular slogans like “salt water heals” and “aloha state of mind” on hats and tees make it perfect island wear.
We’re loving the “Bear Necessities” tee from Alucive. Pick up a few of the unique designs on raglans, t-shirts and hats!
Shop the athletic and fashion-oriented swim line from Jolyn Clothing. They’ll be bringing new prints new prints, tops and more.
Online shop Alohilani Boutique will also be showcasing jewelry, beach and swimwear from brands like Acacia, Tiare Hawaii and [ki-ele].
Kailua store, Global Village aims to support small, eco-minded, charitable, and local businesses. Shoppers can browse women’s shaka tanks, mens tees and much more.
We hope you left room for desert because this line-up is too sweet to miss! Once you pop one of these mini donuts in your mouth…you won’t be able to stop! Grab a bag or two to share from Pop Pop Donuts.
Aloha Pops will be bringing new seasonal flavors that include: Prickly Pear Cactus Lemonade, Chocolate marshmallow, Strawberries & Cream, Haupia and Green River!
Too full? The Girls Who Bake Next Door offers conveniently packaged sweets and baked goods so that you can enjoy them later. Check out their Honolulu Night Market menu below.
Still a little broke from the holidays? Then don’t miss the sales from these two vendors this weekend!
Pre-empting their big move, Bamboo Sky will be having a 50% off blowout sale in the retail warehouse! Shop all your favorite boutique brands and be sure to come early to browse the $10 and under section.
Local model and surfer, Alyssa Wooten will also be doing a “closet cleanse” offering her new and slightly used apparel at great prices.
Shop the meticulously crafted designs of Pure Joy Hawaii. Using authentic semi-precious gemstones with 14K gold-filled, sterling silver, and more, each style has the utmost wearability!
Our newest jewelry vendor, Nilma Hunter Creations creates ocean inspired pieces using earth-friendly materials like, reclaimed silver.
Hawaiian Twisted Tater will be joining the food truck line-up with their showstopping tater sticks! Be sure to try the garlic bacon cheddar ranch OR furikake mayo flavors!
Try something creative from the Otsuji Farms booth! Sushi sliders, Hamakua mushroom fries and banana malasadas are just some of the things you’ll find!
No street festival is complete without some roasted corn! Na Ono Corn offers a variety of flavors including lilikoi butter, poke style and more!
Farm to table eats can be found at the Hawaiian Fresh Farms food truck. There’s fresh fish tacos, burgers and tons more!
We’ve got a few more new retail vendors to round out our list!
Shop various accessories from Seafoam Green. From hair bows to camera straps to wristlets, each product is made with scrap leather or up-cycled fabrics.
Locally-owned Kaimuki shop, Drift Boutique offers items from local designers, original jewelry, and home goods.
Stand out in a crowd with one of the graphic tees from Teano! Rhonee’s collection of exclusively designed tank tops for women and men are bold and unique!
Finally, pick up your very own stainless steel, insulated water bootle from 808HI-DR8. You can support local, be environmentally friendly and sport a great looking product. We’re loving the camo print!
Don’t worry, we’re still bringing our regular line-up of food vendors this month! Beginning with Beyond Burgers, who will be serving up their signature burgers and bacon-wrapped hot dogs.
Bonfire Pizza returns with their wood-fired pizzas made with fresh local veggies, local organic beef and local pork.
Choose your favorite protein and head to the tent of smoked meat specialists, Guava Smoked. Enjoy anything from chicken to seafood to kalbi ribs, smoked and served to perfection!