Hawaii Mom Blog: Honolulu Night Market




May 21, 2013

Honolulu Night Market

This past Saturday, I went to Honolulu Night Market for the first time with one of my friends who blogs at Hi Tea Style.

Honolulu Night Market takes place every month in Kaka`ako (along Auahi Street, between Keawe and Coral Streets), and each event features food, fashion, entertainment, and more.

Since we didn't want to struggle with finding parking, we arrived early (a little before the 6pm start time), and easily found parking in the Eat the Street Lot (a block away at 555 South Street).  There were already quite a bit of people there!
We checked out some of the retailers in the Pinch of Salt warehouse, where Hi Tea Style scored some sleek arm candy from House of Aria for just $4 each!
There were several food trucks, and I tried Paul's Poppers for the first time (Spinach & Artichoke, and 3 Cheese Jalepeno - they were good!).

Hi Tea Style ordered Thai food from Olay's Thai.

There was a lot to see and do at Honolulu Night Market.

There was a fashion show, an art battle, a magician, a stilt walker, a Sip n' Sketch area, and so much more.

Honolulu Night Market is quite family-friendly - I saw lots of kids there.

Getting there early was a good idea - parking was easy to find, food lines were short, and we had no trouble finding a table to sit and eat.

I can't wait for the next Honolulu Night Market!


  1. Mahalo for the write up. I will post it to our FB page. See you next month at Honolulu Night Market

  2. Mahalo for the write up. I will post it to our FB page. See you next month at Honolulu Night Market


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