Food trucks and street food vendors will line Auahi Street (between Coral and Keawe) serving up anything from popsicles to poke plates. Here’s who you’ll find on Saturday, April 16th:
Our annual collaboration event with MAMo (Maoli Arts Month) happens on April 16th! Join us at #HNLnightmarket for local and Hawaiian artisans and retail vendors, your favorite #streetgrindz food trucks, music and more.
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Our food fest is back on Auahi Street with both new and old vendors, all sure to please your appetite. Here’s a look at what you’ll find:
Savory, sweet and even…mini ones! No matter what kind of “sandwich” you crave, you’ll find it at Honolulu Night Market.
It’s going to be a throwback to the old and a look to the new at this month’s Honolulu Night Market. Enjoy a handful of new food and retail vendors making their debut in our new SALT space in Kaka’ako!
We’re headed BACK to where it all started…our old stomping grounds on Auahi Street. Now the FUTURE of the Our Kaka’ako as the new SALT block! Join us and explore the new space with a few NEW surprises on March 19th. Our block party is always FREE and all ages.
House of Aria
15 food trucks and vendors from Street Grindz will line the streets at Honolulu Night Market tomorrow! Make your plans and bring a friend (or 5) so you can try all the street food we have to offer.
From tea to cupcakes to Indonesian food, there is surely something for everybody to enjoy at Honolulu Night Market. Come early, the good stuff sells out!
With lots to see at our monthly block party, it’s always nice to have something easy to eat while you peruse the shops and check out the scene. Stop by these vendors, whose menus offer handheld treats…perfect for eating with a drink in your other hand!
It’s the FIRST night market of 2016 and we’re partnering with Pow Wow Hawaii to bring you an art-filled event! Join us for the kick-off party of the weeklong art celebration in Kaka’ako on Saturday, February 6th*
(*NOTE: there will not be a Honolulu Night Market on the third Saturday of February)