We’re taking you around the world for our next Honolulu Night Market on April 18th. From food to retail and everything in between, transport yourself and experience different countries right here in Our Kaka’ako!
Stay tuned for more info in the coming weeks!
You don’t always have to indulge…check out these food vendors who offer a healthy and refreshing alternative to festival food.
We’re happy to welcome Banan to Honolulu Night Market this month! New to the food truck scene, they’ve created a “banana soft serve” that’s dairy-free and made from 100% local bananas. The base remains the same, but the flavors vary from pineapple coconut to ginger mint. Our Honolulu Night Market foodie tip: try the Banan Bowl that’s topped with fresh fruit, puffed quinoa, shredded coconut and honey!
Organika offers kefir water in a variety of flavors like heart-healthy Olena and pitaya. The probiotic drink is great for your health as it’s loaded with valuable enzymes, easily digestible sugars, beneficial acids, vitamins and minerals.
Of course, we didn’t forget about LEMONADE! Enjoy the fresh flavors from Waimanalo Country Farms, who will be offering a Raspberry lemonade in addition to their regular line-up of strawberry, li hing mui and others.
Skip the Valentine’s Day crowd at restaurants and expensive dinners at Honolulu Night Market! Offering 20+ food options, you can create your own menu and dine as you wish this February 14th!
Bonfire Pizza will have fresh, made-to-order pizzas and even some homemade fudge for dessert.
Always with an array of plate lunches for night market attendees to choose from, All Kine Grindz offers crab cakes, spicy pork and more!
Dine on the BBQ ribs or the popular brisket plate from Five-o Ribs.
Crepes are great shared or make perfect deserts, and Paradise Crepes has you covered!
Looking for some homestyle Japanese cuisine? Romi’s Pop-up specializes in delicious katsu curry. But, they’ll also be bringing a new dish this month that we can’t pass up…truffle parmesan tater tots!
#HNLnightmarket REFRESH already happened but that doesn’t mean there won’t be any more new vendors coming your way! This month, we’re bringing you at least 3 new food/drink vendors, so be sure to find them and show your support!
Look out for the PURPS-mobile at Honolulu Night Market! Backed by pro-surfer and co-founder, Kelly Slater…Purps products include an energy supplement or a hydration drink that uses non-GMO, premium ingredients with no artificial colors or preservatives.
Craving ramen? An off-shoot of a popular Japanese restaurant is Kamitoku Ramen! Previously parked in Waikiki’s Pau Hana Market, we’re bringing the ramen to Kaka’ako for everyone to enjoy. The ramen is delicious, our fave is the Beefy Wild!
Popular downtown restaurant, Kan Zaman also joins Honolulu Night Market for the first time. Dine on traditional Moroccan and Lebanese dishes, like Kebab Sandwiches and refreshing Moroccan Mint Iced Tea!!
Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be complete without indulging in treats! Whether it’s chocolate your craving, or something frozen…these sweet vendors have you covered.
Il Gelato brings award-winning gelato in a variety of flavors, served right out of their gelato cart!
Uncle’s North Shore Gourmet creates hand-crafted ice cream sandwiches, big enough for two people to share. Some of our favorite flavors are the pumpkin cheesecake and nutella.
Everyone has their favorite Ono Pops flavor…pick up your go-to pop or try some of their new releases. Some recent ones we’ve seen were Okinawan sweet potato, Mac nut brittle and more!
Strawberry cheesecake and raspberry nutella are just some of the sweet flavors coming out of the Paul’s Poppers tent! Grab a bag and share it with your sweetheart!
We’re bringing an awesome line-up of over 10 food trucks to Honolulu Night Market this month! Here’s some local favorites and Eat The Street mainstays…
Three words: Adobo Fried Rice. Elena’s Filipino will be bringing their most popular dish, along with a variety of Filipino dishes for night market diners to enjoy!
Uncle’s Kitchen offers bite-sized goodness in the form of a deconstructed musubi. Some of our favorite toppings include the loco moco and poke.
You can never go wrong with something from Hawaii’s Fried Musubi. A bite of Mama’s Fried Chicken makes the wait in line worth every minute!
A favorite amongst locals and foodies is Kau Kau Grill. Enjoy generous portions of their juicy ribs or fresh poke for a dinner that’s sure to satisfy.
It’s almost Honolulu Night Market and we’re going BIG! Expect an even bigger block party with a concert stage, live art, and even more food and retail vendors than you’re used to! We’re adding more to our list in the coming days…so keep checking back here for the most updated list of vendors and entertainment! See you on February 14th!
IN THE RETAIL WAREHOUSE
Stop by the fashion alley early to snag a seat and enjoy the live music.
Schedule for the Cooke Street Main Stage is as follows:
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:
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.