Bonfire Pizza Company will be serving wood fired sourdough gourmet thin crust pizza piled with fresh veggies and meat at the November 16th Honolulu Night Market, 6-11 pm at 683 Auahi Street. Don’t forget to stop by Blue Truck Teppanyaki for steak, shrimp and chicken plates cooked up teppan-style and for delicious hand-folded wontons, make a pitstop at Paul’s Poppers’ tent.
Got a long list this holiday season? Check out the great vendors in the Pinch of Salt Warehouse at Honolulu Night Market:Avant Pop hand-crafts limited edition t-shirts, buttons, stickers, 3D printed objects, letterpress pieces and decor, Treehouse, a creative arts shop for kids and adults in Kaka‘ako, offers arts and crafts for kids and adults and Keiki Elements will have adorable bib & burpie sets, security blankies, travel blankets, toddler nap maps, nursing aprons, stroller liners, infant swaddles and baby comforter sets.
No matter what you’re craving, Honolulu Night Market’s got you covered this Saturday, November 16th starting at 6 pm. Oko Guys will be serving their mainstays like okonomiyaki (savory pancakes made with a variety of ingredients), yakisoba and gyoza, if it’s Japanese you seek. Petit Suisse Crepes has ooh-la-la sweet and savory crepes - check it all out at the Honolulu Night Market at 683 Auahi Street.
Three great vendors to get your shop on at this month’s Honolulu Night Market: JANA LAMwas created in late 2010 with the purpose of spreading the joy of pattern, texture and color – check out Jana’s booth for fabrics, clutches and totes in awesome prints and patterns. At Happy Town Hawaii, pick up reusable wine and gift tote bags created from 100% recycled cotton canvas, for the oenophile on your list and stop by the early bird trunk show to score two totes for $20 (normally $28 for two). And Filthy Farmgirl will be dishing out their handmade soaps made with attitude – great gifts and great time to get your holiday shopping all wrapped up!
It’s a big night at Honolulu Night Market – so make sure you stay hydrated and your thirst is quenched. Waiola Coconut Water will be there along with Life is Sweet Italian soda, and mellow out at Kava Kine — all this and more tomorrow night at #HNLNightMarket.
Our performers at Night Market this month are sure to be a treat! Here’s the lineup, and more about them:
Singer/Songwriter Izik grew up in Hawaii. His interest in music was nurtured and cultivated at a very young age when his grandmother insisted on him learning how to play an instrument. He learned the guitar and began songwriting during his freshman year of high school. In 2012, Izik was asked to perform at a fundraiser for The Life Foundation at Hula’s Bar and Lei Stand in Waikiki, which led to a weekly gig for the next year and more shows. Currently Izik is working on his EP but you can catch him on Wednesdays at Hula’s Bar and Lei Stand in Waikiki and monthly at Monkeypod Ko ‘Olina where he performs with G.J., Cole Strona, Christian Bautista, Aaron Yabes and Melanie Kaneaiakala.
Retro 5-0 is a band that does covers like no one else in Honolulu! They will be rocking the Night Market stage with songs from Pat Benatar, No Doubt, Joan Jett, Blondie, Journey, Incubus, Bon Jovi, Van Halen, Evanescence and more.
On the Street:
The Island Oasis Ensemble’s repertoire includes classic Egyptian selections, Turkish, Armenian, Persian and Roma folk music, and original pieces in the modern Tribal Fusion style. The Ensemble includes Aaron Aranita on sax, flute, and piano, Kip McAtee on classical and fretless guitar, Ernie Provencher on upright and electric bass, and Tara Severns on dumbek and percussion. Dancers Masayo (who teaches contemporary and modern Egyptian belly dance and Kalae ( the lead Choreographer and Artistic Director of the ‘Shakti Dance Movement’ Tribal Fusion dance company) will be joining them for their performance.
Cindy of Badra Belly Dance:
Cindy of Badra Ritual Belly Dance began belly dancing in NYC more than 10 years ago, and has always been drawn to the deeper aspect of dance. She believes dance is something that should bring women together and remind our culture of the magic, beauty, and softness of the feminine principal.
The Spatial Sculptors are Honolulu’s contact and compositional improvisation dance ensemble.
They meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at Alive Ballet Center to form an integrated community of movers that explore weight, contact, and communication in relation to each other and our environment. Each meeting consists of warming up with solo work and structured group work, a review of techniques and skills that we select and explore together, and ends with a dance “jam”. All people with an interest in movement and exploration are welcome (including musicians, poets, etc).
Tomorrow night, One Shabby Chick will be selling handmade crafts including fabric clutches, coin purses, hair ties, aprons and key chains. Gaya will be offering boho-chic women’s apparel and accessories and Lil Coconut Hawaii has graphic neoprene zip pouches featuring designer Amanda Dela Cruz’s original artwork. Check these booths out tomorrow night in the Pinch of Salt warehouse at Honolulu Night Market.
A newcomer to the Honolulu Night Market, Five-O Ribs will be bringing their Hawaiian-style ribs and DaKine Chili to the table tomorrow night. Pig and the Lady will serve up noodle bar favorites from Chefs Mama and Andrew Le Plus and cap it all off with authentic Italian-style Il Gelato with freshly made, natural and very authentic Italian gelato and non-fat sorbettos. Buon Appetito!
More fantastic retail vendors will be lined up in the Pinch of Salt warehouse for your perusal tomorrow night – Hawaii Kai boutique Mikinola will be selling contemporary women’s clothes and accessories, Xoelle will have upcycled bowties, handmade from vintage fabrics. Lane Tanner Designs ’ booth will feature decoupage collage paper jewelry – so many great local vendors tomorrow night, stop by from 6-11 pm.
Thai food lovers, hit up Olay Thai’s tent at Honolulu Night for curries, basil chicken, spring rolls, and Thai iced tea. Plus Microcrom Hawaii’s adorable mascot – The Hopper – will be there and for another onolicious stop, cool your heels with Ono Pops’ gourmet, handmade popsicles made with fresh, local ingredients.