Join us for a preview of
Our Kakaako’s unique retail & food experience opening Fall 2015.
Sunday December 7, 11am – 4pm
445 Cooke Street
Free Parking at 555 South Street
Experience the holidays with a lil’ twist at A Pinch of Salt. Find unique gifts from featured designer Sig Zane, local artists and other pop-up retailers that you can’t get at the mall. Enjoy delicious food, entertainment and family activities. Bring your family and friends and make this holiday truly different.
We’re closing out 2014 with a band and our last Honolulu Night Market on December 20th is sure to be a good one! Get your last minute holiday shopping done, eat good food and enjoy a few CHRISTMAS surprises right here in Our Kaka’ako!
Stay tuned for details on all of our vendors!
Enjoy hand-crafted and kiawe-fired pizzas from Infernos. We hope they’re bringing their Clam White Pizza; topped with clams, oregano, garlic, mushrooms, fresh mozzarella and an olive oil drizzle.
Get a Taste of Indonesia with Chef Hana’s traditional dishes, she’ll be serving up Sausage On A Stick, Sate Ayam/Chicken Sate and a Spiced Potato Snack. Honolulu Night Market foodie tip: try her Cinnamon Lemon Mint Drink!
Choose from the many crepe creations from Petit Suisse Crepes. Traditional and delicious, these crepes never disappoint.
The perfect carry-around food are the stuffed wontons from Pauls Poppers! Filled with a variety of savory and sweet fillings, these poppers can be an appetizer, snack or dessert!
From shrimp to ribs, get your fill from some of our favorite plate lunches!
Your garlic shrimp and BBQ headquarters is at the tent of Hula Shrimp…you’ll smell the goodness from a mile away!
Malasada burgers and Pastele stew are just some of the offerings from Local Stop. Enjoy local fusion dishes and even desert from this food truck!
Remember Taste Table in Our Kaka’ako? We’re bringing it back with a one night pop-up dinner presented by The Pig & The Lady and Street Grindz this Saturday at the Honolulu Night Market! Reminisce the old days while enjoying a delicious seasonal menu at this exclusive dining event!
seasonal vegetables, seeds and chicory soil, yuzu kosho salsa verde, tofu and garlic emulsion
shinsato pork shoulder slow braised in aromatic coconut water, raw oysters, various condiments and sauces
VIETNAMESE STYLE CLAM CHAZUKE
bone marrow rice, fried shallots, crispy pork cracklings, aromatic herbs and taro stem, clam jus-jasmine tea broth
KAYA PANNA COTTA
lilikoi, basil seed, coconut churros, kaya jam, thai basil
*includes one specialty cocktail by The Pig and The Lady’s own, Kyle Reutner
Tickets are SOLD OUT…but stay tuned for next month’s pop-up dinner!
We love bringing night market goers different food options each month! Keeping it fresh this November are these TWO newcomers…
Offering warm bread bowls to accompany their soups and chili is Eat Da Bowl. So yes, you can have your soup and eat the bowl too!
Our okonomiyaki connoisseurs the Oko Guys decided to change it up and start serving Katsudogs! Check out their newest venture, Townies by OG and enjoy panko-crusted dogs that are topped with curry and other delicious options.
It’s endless summer weather in Hawaii, so that means it’s ALWAYS popsicle season! Enjoy the rotating island flavors from Aloha Pops, made with fresh local ingredients.
If you prefer your frozen treat to be sandwiched between two cookies, stop by the No Ka Oi Cookie tent!
So yes, you can still enjoy cold treats in the fall…we are in Hawaii after all!
Offering anything from coffee to lemonade, wash it all down with these Honolulu Night Market drink vendors!
A coffee truck new to Honolulu Night Market is Homegrown Brew. Sourcing local coffee beans straight from the North Shore, they also feature a variety of baked goods and specialty seasonal coffee drinks.
There’s another lemonade stand in town this month with Waimanalo Country Farms. Their flavors can be mixed together, offering you a refreshing customized drink! Honolulu Night Market foodie tip: Strawberry Li Hing Mui
What to eat and where to shop? Get the scoop for Honolulu Night Market here.
Skip the lines, get a seat and enjoy an exclusive dining experience with our first pop-up event!
Offering their own twist on the traditional musubi are these two night market mainstays.
Munch on the deep fried specialties from Hawaii’s Fried Musubi, whose sweet offerings like deep-fried oreos are just as good as their savory counterpart. Honolulu Night Market foodie tip: Mama’s Fried Chicken
Take the deconstructed route with Uncle’s Kitchen. This night market favorite breaks down the musubi and tops it with the most unique concoctions like loco moco, dynamite chicken and poke!
Both very different and delicious, you’ll have to get a plate from both…so get ready to eat on Saturday, November 15th!