I Heart Musubis: @Uncles_Kitchen + @HawaiisFriedMusubi

13May

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I Heart Musubis: @Uncles_Kitchen + @HawaiisFriedMusubi

Got a love for musubi? Get a double-dose from Uncle’s Kitchen and Hawaii’s Fried Musubi this weekend!

Uncle’s Kitchen will be offering a variety of deconstructed musubis with both classic and unique flavors. There might even be one with a topping of mac and cheese!

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Next stop is Hawaii’s Fried Musubi for their popular fried versions. Flash-fried and battered furikake encrusted musubis of all kinds including spam, ahi poke and spicy tuna.

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Art We Love at #HNLNightMarket

12May

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Art We Love at #HNLNightMarket

New and returning artists will be showcasing their one-of-a-kind pieces at Honolulu Night Market this Saturday. Peruse the art alley anchored by the Art Truck and pick up a piece or two from these vendors:

I Heart Shopping Local: @GilliaClothing + @AWattz + @PuppyLoveHawaii

11May

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I Heart Shopping Local: @GilliaClothing + @AWattz + @PuppyLoveHawaii

Supporting local businesses helps to build a strong community, and also makes for one-of-kind designs! Shop local with these brands at the Pinch of Salt warehouse this Saturday.

Launched on the island of Oahu, Gillia Clothing features beach styles that are versatile enough to be worn on the beach or for a night out. We love the original prints and the sophisticated styles.

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Accessorize with jewelry from a.wattz dezigns. Each piece is designed and fabricated in the designer’s Kaimuki studio. Choose from the variety of classic everyday pieces with just a hint of edge.

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Now, accessorize your pet with the handmade dog collars and leashes from Puppy Love Hawaii, because we wouldn’t forget about our furry friends!

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Boutiques We Love: @LMSBoutique + @HouseofAria + @Pad_HI + @QuinceHome

10May

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Boutiques We Love: @LMSBoutique + @HouseofAria + @Pad_HI + @QuinceHome

Local boutiques make their way into the Pinch of Salt warehouse next week, offering anything from apparel to furniture for night market shoppers.

LMS Boutique of Manoa specializes in women’s apparel with brands including Khush, Gillia and more.

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Next, shop the unique picks from downtown boutique, House of Aria. Offering clothing, handbags, and accessories, they house brands from Hawaii and beyond. But snag your goods early, they buy a very limited amount of items per style to ensure that you won’t find yourself in the same outfit as someone else.

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Kakaako residents, Pad HI and Quince offers modern furnishings for the chic homeowner in all of us. Check out their selection of furniture and home goods that are both practical and affordable.

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Food We Love: Taste of Indonesia + Family Roots Café + @AlohaPops

9May

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Food We Love: Taste of Indonesia + Family Roots Café + @AlohaPops

Bringing her delicious Indonesian cuisine to Honolulu Night Market is Chef Hana of Taste of Indonesia. Try their popular chicken curry plus a variety of other authentic Indonesian dishes.

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Offering healthier options to night market goers is Family Roots Café.  A local stop in Kalihi famous for their acai bowls, wraps, paninis and more!

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Wash it all down with a good old-fashioned popsicle from Aloha Pops! Made with a splash of Aloha every taste and craving is sure to be filled with their variety of flavors including Passion Orange Guava, Haupia and Salted Caramel.

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For the Gypsy Dreamers: @ThreadandStone + @KiraHawaii + @ChiefHawaii

9May

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For the Gypsy Dreamers: @ThreadandStone  + @KiraHawaii + @ChiefHawaii

Designing for the gypsy dreamers in all of us are these three vendors; find them at the Pinch of Salt warehouse at this months’s Honolulu Night Market.

Shop the gypset inspired jewelry from Thread and Stone. Each piece is carefully crafted using gems, hammered gold, brass and more.

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Sparkle, shimmer, shine with Kira Hawaii. Designer, Sheri’s beautifully crafted rings, bracelets and necklaces are delicate and versatile.  The brand has also recently launched a line of apparel that range from beach dresses to tanks.

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Finally, explore the designs of Chief Hawaii. The designer takes her appreciation of prints and textiles and up-cycles vintage clothing into her one of a kind designs.

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Sweets You Love: @WowWowWaffle + @GirlsWhoBake + @PetitSuisseCrepes

8May

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Sweets You Love: @WowWowWaffle + @GirlsWhoBake + @PetitSuisseCrepes

Enjoy all the sweets you love at Honolulu Night Market on Saturday, May 17th!

Famous for their mason jars filled with fresh-pressed lemonade, Wow Wow Waffles is a staple around Honolulu Night Market. Try their authentic street waffles that are both savory and sweet.

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Craving a treat but not sure what you want? The dessert truck from The Girls Who Bake Next Door will have you covered. They offer a variety of baked goods like their best-selling cupcakes, lemon bars, mochi and more!

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What can be better than crepes made with love? Enjoy the sweet and savory options from Petit Suisse Crepes, whose crepes are made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients.

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Save the Date: May 17th #HNLNightMarket – I Heart Our Kaka’ako

6May

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Save the Date: May 17th #HNLNightMarket – I Heart Our Kaka’ako

Do you love Our Kaka’ako? Because we do, and that’s exactly what we’ll be celebrating at this month’s Honolulu Night Market. Join us and enjoy everything you love about our home here in Kaka’ako and more!

WhenSATURDAY, May 17, 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.

#HNLNightMarket In the News: Explore the Hip Side of Honolulu

25Apr

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#HNLNightMarket In the News: Explore the Hip Side of Honolulu

Cemile Kavountzis explores some of the new, up and coming things to do on Oahu in her article featured on Nymag.com. Check out the Honolulu Night Market mention in the “what to do” section!

“The Hawaiian capital is hopping, with a spate of stylish new hotels and boutiques, a thriving young fashion scene, and less-crowded beaches (and lower prices) in the off-season […]“

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#HNLNightMarket In the News: 7 Great Food Festivals & Street Fairs on Oahu

24Apr

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#HNLNightMarket In the News: 7 Great Food Festivals & Street Fairs on Oahu

“Throughout the year, food festivals and street fairs offer great opportunities to try a variety of dishes, see cooking demonstrations, catch some live entertainment, and mingle with the locals. Here are festivals to note as you plan your next vacation […]“

Honolulu Night Market and Eat the Street make the feature on Fodors.com and we couldn’t have done it without everyone’s support. Thank you for joining us each month!

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