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Beach Essentials from @IssaDeMar + @JANALAM + @GuavaShop

11Apr

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Beach Essentials from @IssaDeMar + @JANALAM + @GuavaShop

It’s beach season all year long, so stock up on suits, coverups and more at this month’s Honolulu Night Market!

Launched in March 2013, swimsuit line Issa de Mar is quickly growing in popularity on the islands. The designs are fresh with unique cutouts and shapes, so be sure to stop by and check out pieces from their most recent collection, ESCAPE.

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Bringing color, texture and pattern into people’s lives are the designs of JANA LAM. Jana makes beach bags clutches and more with fun and colorful prints!

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Beachy-chic boutique from the North Shore, Guava Shop features a variety of beach essentials from brands like Acacia, Posh Pua Swimwear, Malie and more PLUS their own leather clutches and apparel. You’re also not going to want to miss their Easter egg game; stop by their booth and pick an easter egg filled with either a 10%, 20% or $25 off the nights purchase.

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Gourmet Grinds from @PigandtheLady + @OndaPasta + Kiawe Pizza

9Apr

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Gourmet Grinds from @PigandtheLady + @OndaPasta + Kiawe Pizza

Popular farmer’s market vendor and now downtown Honolulu restaurant, the Pig and the Lady will be serving up their eclectic Vietnamese creations. Food tip: try their famous banh mi!

(photo: Honolulu Magazine)

(photo: Honolulu Magazine)

For pasta  just like grandma used to make, try Onda Pasta. They bring together the best of Italy and the Hawaiian Islands with their handmade fresh pasta and ingredients.

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Get handcrafted, artisanal pizza from Kiawe Pizza. These pies are made-to-order and come out piping hot from the kiawe wood stove, so give it an extra minute before taking that delicious bite!

(photo: Hawaii Perks)

(photo: Hawaii Perks)

@FIRN_Collective + @PufferHI + Woolley Brothers Hawaii

8Apr

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@FIRN_Collective + @PufferHI + Woolley Brothers Hawaii

Shop both men’s and women’s apparel with these local brands at the Pinch of Salt warehouse.

FIRN Collective is a brand concept based on “a respect for nature, the appreciation of art culture and the intrigue of permaculture design”. By using non-toxic materials in their products, FIRN Collective exemplifies their vision of having style in mind with nature at heart.

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We’re also happy to welcome back one of February Honolulu Night Market’s fashion show brands, Puffer Hawaii. Their designs illustrate the beauty of Hawai’i lifestyle and culture, focusing on the essence of island life and the people.

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Waialua store, Woolley Brothers Hawaii will also be joining us with their line of tees and hats.

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The Art Truck + Live Paintings by Roger Kelly

7Apr

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The Art Truck + Live Paintings by Roger Kelly

Created to make our world a little more beautiful, the Art Truck is back at Honolulu Night Market on April 19th!  With a collection of art pieces, this travelling outlet promotes the works of various artists.

We’re also happy to have Roger Kelly, who will be doing live paintings for night market attendees. An art lover and student, Roger’s body of work is about experimentation and exploration but he defines each piece as having it’s own “individual significance”.

We’ll have many new and returning artists to Honolulu Night Market this month, so be sure to check out the artist line-up at our new location in Our Kakaako!

 

Food Truck Lineup: Blue Truck Teppanyaki + @LocalStop + @KauKauGrill

6Apr

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Food Truck Lineup: Blue Truck Teppanyaki + @LocalStop + @KauKauGrill

Get your food truck fix with popular Oahu food trucks found at Eat the Street, farmers markets and all over the island at Honolulu Night Market this month.

Blue Truck Teppanyaki, famous around Manoa for steak plates and of course, their blue truck will be selling customer favorites.

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(photo: Hawaii Perks)

Home of the original malasada burger, Local Stop joins the lineup with their take on local fusion dishes.

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Enjoy the spread from Kau Kau Grill with choices like their popular garlic shrimp, poke bowls and more.

(photo: Honolulu Star-Advertiser)

(photo: Honolulu Star-Advertiser)

These food trucks don’t disappoint, so come hungry!

 

Adornments from @MelindaYButler + @BYCHARI + @NicoleKayDesigns

5Apr

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Adornments from @MelindaYButler + @BYCHARI + @NicoleKayDesigns

The new Pinch of Salt Warehouse will have night market attendees fully accessorized with these jewelry vendors.

Melinda-Y-Butler specializes in handmade jewelry that’s inspired by the beauty of both Hawaii and Japan. With designs that are meant to transcend all age groups, they can transition from work to play to special occasions with ease.

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BYCHARI offers a modern take on her handcrafted designs. All pieces layer, stack, mix and match which offers ultimate versatility.

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Enjoy the natural beauty of gemstones from Nicole Kay Designs. Necklaces and earrings are made with Agate, Quartz, shells and more.

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Don’t miss all the retail goods that the Pinch of Salt warehouse has to offer this month, see you on April 19th!

Cupcakes, Macarons and Snow!

4Apr

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Cupcakes, Macarons and Snow!

We’ve got a wide variety of colorful and yummy desserts coming your way on April 19th!

Love a good cupcake? Then check out Let Them Eat Cupcakes who boasts gourmet, from-scratch cupcake varieties with flavors like chicken and waffles and hot fudge sundae. Their featured options are always changing, so be sure to stop by and see what they have to offer for night market goers!

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Find a colorful array of macarons and sweet treats from Life is Sweet by Cakeworks. Both delicious and oh-so-pretty to look at!

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Snow in Hawaii? Just ask Snow Factory. Their “snow ice” is not shave ice but more closely resembles frozen cotton candy. Bonus: there’s no sticky syrup to worry about because snow ice is made with the flavors already inside! They offer tons of options like papya, lychee, taro and more!

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Reinvented Japanese Favorites: @Okoguys + Gyoza No Ohsho + @HawaiisFriedMusubi

3Apr

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Reinvented Japanese Favorites: @Okoguys + Gyoza No Ohsho + @HawaiisFriedMusubi

Honolulu Night Market is back this month and the food line-up is looking DELICIOUS! We’re happy to welcome Okoguys, who specialize in “okonomiyaki” – a Japanese comfort food but reinvented with a local twist. Their signature okonomiyaki is the Loco Moco, homemade with loco moco meat, gravy and an egg on top.

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Next we have Gyoza No Ohso, a quaint restaurant in Waikiki with a big bang! Known for their exceptional gyoza, you can order them boiled, fried or stuffed with cheese!

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Hawaii’s Fried Musubi returns with their fried favorites. The “spicy bomb” is a popular and always a good choice.

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These Japanese favorites are not like what grandma used to make, but all worth a try at Honolulu Night Market on April 19th!

Save the Date: April 19th #HNLNightMarket – Recharge

2Apr

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Save the Date: April 19th #HNLNightMarket – Recharge

Honolulu Night Market is back! RE-imagined, RE-booted and on our new block!

WhenSATURDAY, April 19, from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

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Where: 449 Cooke Street – Between Pohukaina and Auahi – In Our Kaka‘ako

(Click Here for parking information. FREE parking available at the 555 South Street)

The Honolulu Night Market is FREE to the general public and fun-seekers of all ages. For more information on Honolulu Night Market, visit www.ourkakaako.com www.HonoluluNightMarket.com.

Honolulu Night Market Returns April 19th

12Mar

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Honolulu Night Market Returns April 19th

Just a friendly reminder that we will not be holding Honolulu Night Market for the month of March. But we will be back with an awesome night market in April at our brand new location on Cooke Street!

Save the Date: April 19th | 6pm-11pm

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More details to come, so stay tuned!