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Honolulu Night Market tonight near Waikiki
Posted by Unknown | Saturday, April 19, 2014

Every third Saturday of the month there is a free open market in the up and coming urban district of Honolulu called Kaka'ako.   It's about a 10 minute drive from Waikiki or an easy bus ride on the #19 or #20 line.  It's on Auahi Street near Cook Street.  You can't miss it since there will be live music and lots of food trucks so just follow the people walking to the big warehouses surrounding the event.

Many activities can be found at this free night time open market, such as a skate demonstration and a monthly fashion show featuring some of Hawai'i's hottest designers and popular stylists.  There are cute bathing suits and even fresh flowers and plants, along with antiques and Hawaiian collectibles.

 A 5,000 sq ft warehouse shopping experience, skate ramp, live music, 2 bars, art, kids zone and of course plenty of street food vendors.  If you love pizza, like I do, try the wood fired pizza vendor.  The ingredients are fresh and a whole pizza is only $14.00.  It takes about 20 minutes for it to cook so make sure you order it before you get too hungry.  Also try the Popsicle vendor called Ono Pops.  My favorite flavors are chocolate Chinese 5 spice and pink lemonade made with real pink lemons from the Big Island and cream from a Maui dairy.  Totally addictive and made with local ingredients by a couple of guys who started out making them as a hobby and now it's their main business. 

For those staying at our Waikiki vacation rentals at the Ilikai Hotel, the Ilikai Marina, the Waikiki Marina, and the Ala Moana Hotel, it's just a couple miles up the street off of Ala Moana Boulevard.
It's another family friendly, free Oahu activity with something for everyone.   Plus, it supports small local business owners and vendors who also have booths at the local farmer's markets!  

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