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.
Known for their squid luau and chicken long rice is Laverne’s Catering. Find them at Honolulu Night Market serving up Hawaiian and local-style favorites at their food truck this Saturday.
Additionally, you can enjoy local fusion food from the Local Stop wagon and be sure to try their famous Malasada Burger!
A third local food stop, Hula Shrimp is also back this Saturday. Popular items include their Kahuku Shrimp, Guava Chicken and Pulehu Steak plates.
The smell of hot and fresh mini donuts will tickle your nose as you walk through Honolulu Night Market. There you’ll find Pop Pop Donuts and their bite-sized goodies. Enjoy them plain or see what flavored glaze they’ll have on special.
Wonton specialists, Paul’s Poppers joins the line-up with a variety of specialty poppers. Filled with anything from pizza toppings to spinach and artichoke, these fried pupus are not to be missed.
Helping to bring out the kid in night market goers is Aloha Pops. Enjoy their popsicles made with local ingredients and island flavors like POG, Pineapple Coconut, Haupia and more!
This month’s theme, Pop & Paws is a night aimed to support our furred and feathered friends, so you’re not going to want to miss it! Enjoy food vendors, a retail warehouse, entertainment, a fashion show PLUS a few other themed surprises at the second Honolulu Night Market of the summer!
Popular downtown pop-up juice bar, Impressed Juice returns to Honolulu Night Market this month. This time, they’re showcasing a newly launched food truck! Sip on their cold-pressed goodness with summer seasonal flavors like The Sugarland Cooler (watermelon) or their original green juice, the Nalo Press I.
Another downtown spot, Le Crepe Café will also be joining the line-up tomorrow.Enjoy a sweet crêpe for dessert or a savory crêpe for dinner!
Hawaiian Fresh Farms brings with them the freshest and most sustainable food possible. Don’t miss their fresh summer specials this weekend!
Enjoy customer faves from Kau Kau Grill like their fall-off-the-bone ribs, garlic shrimp and more!
And finally, what’s summer without burgers and hot dogs? Beyond Burgers will have that and more including bacon-wrapped dogs and fruit-infused lemonades!
Munch on the premium cookies and baked goods from No Ka Oi Cookie Company. All-natural and baked daily, flavors include Hawaiian chocolate-mac nut, buttery cornflake and gooey peanut butter.
Need something cold? Cool off with Il Gelato’s handcrafted gelato and sorbets. They focus on Hawaiian, Asian and traditional Italian flavors like lychee, stracciatella, cappuccino caramel and more.
If you prefer your frozen treats on a stick, Ono Pops has you covered. They boast a variety of pops that go straight from farm to stick, be sure to see what seasonal flavor they have on Saturday!
Award-winning Elena’s will have their delicious variety of Filipino dishes for market goers. Popular items include the adobo fried rice.
Thai food truck, Yaya Thai will be serving authentic dishes like curry, pad thai and more. Look for the beautifully painted truck with the elephant!
Get your banh mi, pho and more from the always popular, Pig and the Lady! Offering their Vietnamese favorites, this farmer’s market staple is not to be missed!