Love art? Then this is the event for you! Honolulu Night Market is partnering with the Present Project who will be taking over the Pinch of Salt retail warehouse in a month-long artist residency. The two warehouses which total 5,000 square feet will feature site-specific work from artists all over the country. It’s going to be a once in a lifetime showcase, we hope you’re just as excited as we are!
The much-anticipated debut of the Kings Hawaiian Food Truck is finally here! Serving up signature goodies for all night market attendees to enjoy, check out their full menu below!
You can also have the fresh selections from Uahi Island Grill. This Kailua food stop strives to serve fresh Island flavors using wholesome, house-made products.
Head on over to Koi Catering, and choose from Asian-inspired dishes ranging from Furikake Chicken to fresh fish and more!
From Free Spirits’ beer gardens to these vendors, there will be no shortage of beverage choices at Honolulu Night Market this weekend!
Decked in lights, the Impressed Juice wagon boasts cold-pressed juice that’s sourced entirely from local farmers. The juices are fresh and concoctions include the popular watermelon-based, Sugarland Cooler and more! Honolulu Night Market tip: try their signature Poi Cocktail.
If the long lines don’t lead you to the Wow Wow Lemonade booth, than the mason jars will! See what seasonal flavor they’ll have for night market goers on Saturday.
Get your sugar high from Honolulu Night Market newcomer, The Sugar Hut! From fruity pebbles and maple bacon macarons to delectable nutter butter and cake batter truffles, the flavors are endless!
Crafting epic ice cream sandwich creations is Uncles North Shore Gourmet. Blending their own ice cream and baking fresh cookies out of Waialua, they offer combos like Lilikoi, Mint Chocolate Chip, North Shore Coffee and the special flavor of the month!
Sweet or savory crepes from Le Crepe Café are great for dinner, a snack or dessert. Plus, these crepes are perfect for eating while you walk around and enjoy the market.
Enjoy Latin American fare from Flavors of the World who will be serving up a variety of dishes like BBQ pork and chicken sandwiches, garlic butter shrimp and garlic fries
There’s also the food from Buenos Anotjitos who offers Puerto Rican eats like Mofongo, empanadas, yucca and more!
Moving over to Asia, there’s the Yaya Thai food truck whose menu consists of favorites like pad thai, thai basil chicken, green papaya salad and a selection of curries.
If Italian is what you’re going for, then Onda Pasta is the place to eat. Their handmade pastas are cooked in a variety of styles and local flavors using fresh ingredients. Signature sauces include puttanesca, pesto and bolognese!
Hungry? Fill up with these food vendors at this month’s Honolulu Night Market! Follow the smell of smokey goodness to the Five-o Ribs truck and try their Hawaiian-style smoked ribs. With fall off the bone ribs and finger-licking sauce, you’re sure to be full after a plate!
Offering plates of crab cakes, korean bbq chicken, new york steak and more is All Kine Grindz. “All Kine” choices for whatever you’re in the mood for!
Bonfire Pizza ’s individual 10″ pizzas are served hot out of their Hawaiian Kiawe wood burning oven. Enjoy toppings like pepperoni, Italian sausage, Margherita and more.
Popular farmers market staple is Na Ono Corn. Walk around while enjoying local roasted corn topped with a variety of toppings ranging from shoyu butter, furikake and more!
Nothing says summer than outdoor concerts, street food and some retail therapy! This month’s theme focuses on music and performing arts, so join us in Our Kaka’ako for the last Honolulu Night Market of the summer season!
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.
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!
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.