Wear and feel the Aloha with the limited edition pieces from Meleana. Shop shorts in a variety of cuts and prints in the retail warehouse tomorrow.
The booth of All Who Wander & Cross My Heart Denim will be bringing the cutest collection of children’s apparel. From handmade denim shorts and even keiki teepees!
Purging their 2014 closets are Aly (@alytheinfamous) + Courtney (@cocosirens) + Heidi (@heiditay). Shop designer threads, slightly used apparel and accessories for cheap at their Closet Cleanse.
We’re bringing Andy South back to the retail warehouse this month! Her collection of effortless pieces for men and women were a hit at our Pinch of Salt event!
Rounding out the vendors is downtown boutique, House of Aria. With many new arrivals of the most on-trend brands…shop for all of your holiday party frocks here.
You can always count on delicious specials from our food vendors each month! Bringing their A-game and very popular special is Onda Pasta. They’ll be offering their Uni Pasta, so come early as it’s sure to sell out!
Tired of the same old pizza toppings? Then head over to Kiawe Pizza who’ll be showcasing the “Brandon Special”; a kiawe-fired pizza topped with tomato sauce, calabrese honey sausage and cheese. They’re also going “rogue” this Christmas with their “Veggie Grinch” pizza!
Once you’ve had your fill for dinner, head into the retail warehouse and stop at the booth of All in Beef Jerky. The crispy beef jerky chips are the perfect snack to take home and make great gifts!
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for your out-of-state friends or you just love to support local, check out these Hawaii-made retailers at Honolulu Night Market!
Beachcomber Design Hawaii creates original hand-crafted jewelry reminiscent of Hawaii with stones and shells. Shop earrings, bracelets, necklaces, anklets and more!
Manaola Hawaii will be showcasing items from their two recently released ‘Ohe Kapala and ‘Ohe Kākau Collections. There will be a selection of handbags, duffles and clutches; plus their signature Men’s Dry-Fit ‘Uwila tanks and Women’s Niho Kū pareos.
Le’aLe’a Designs embraces sustainable fashion by repurposing vintage Hawaiian textiles into hats and apparel for the whole family.
Mouth-watering treats from these sweet vendors will definitely get you in the holiday spirit!
Stay cool with Ono Pops whose seasonal flavors for the weekend include Okinawan Sweet Potato & and an interesting Tangerine Stracciatella!
The macarons from The Sugar Hut are some of the prettiest we’ve seen and they’ve got the sweetest new truck to sell them out of! Pick up one or a dozen in varieties like fruity pebbles, oreo, salted caramel, rice krispies and COOKIE BUTTER!
Le Crepe Cafe will have their usual crepe selection as well. Our favorite, the “Romeo & Juliet” filled with Nutella, strawberries and apple bananas.
Make a game plan to eat, see & do everything you want….here’s your blueprint for Honolulu Night Market THIS SATURDAY!
Enjoy “Mama Le’s 7 Course Beef Dinner”
They will be debuting their 2015 collection “La Boheme” for the show at 8PM in the fashion alley
A traveling boutique based in Millilani will be making their Honolulu Night Market debut this weekend! Jump in the Uptown Closet ”fashion bus” and be instantly transported into a trendy space full of your favorite boutique brands!
Another new comer to the retail warehouse is newly launched, Christy Michelle. The line consists of nursing ponchos, hoodie scarves, shorts and more that are available in versatile prints and colors.
Recently revamped, FM Boutique will also be showcasing their favorite brands in their pop-up shop for Honolulu Night Market shoppers.
Here’s the scoop on this month’s pop-up dinner…and boy, does it sounds DELICIOUS!!
“Where’s the beef? Well, it’s going to be SEVEN COURSES OF BEEF (Bò bảy món)for this weekend’s pop-up dinner, and if you were one of the lucky few who attended the first dinner we did with this menu, it was quite an experience. And yes, it’s a meat lover’s dream, but what is great about “seven courses of beef,” like all Vietnamese cuisine, there is a great emphasis on vegetables including basils, mints, lettuce, plus pickled veggies that are used to make wraps to dip in a variety of sauces. “
There’s only ONE seating with a limited capacity to get your tickets today! Details below.
When: Saturday, December 20
Where: HNL Night Market at 431 Cooke St (in alleyway behind Kakaako Agora)
Cost: $50 per person (seating limited) Reserve Now!
+$20 for beer (to be collected at dinner service)
Join the #AlohaRevolution with VH07V! Shop various shirts, tanks, hats and more with the iconic upside down ALOHA logo and be reminded daily to keep ALOHA in your hearts!
Get noticed with Red Label Clothing. Supporting not only a Brand, but a Lifestyle…Red Label portrays what the color RED symbolizes like Love, Passion, Heart, Goodluck, & Family. They’re always introducing new styles and color ways to their line, so be sure to stop and see what’s new!
Pow Wow Hawaii artist, Kamea Hadar will be showcasing his work in the retail warehouse. Pick up a few of his limited edition prints, shirts and stickers.
Uahi Grill will be serving up a special Honolulu Night Market menu! We can’t wait to try their Ham & Asian Pear Melt or the Cranberry Duck!
Enjoy gourmet grinds like garlic ahi and roast pork with gravy with the takeout convenience from the Koi food truck!
Pick up an empanada from Buenos Antojitos to munch on while you walk around and enjoy Honolulu Night Market. Check out the sample menu below!