Hawaii Mom Blog: What’s New at International Market Place






March 6, 2018

What’s New at International Market Place

Restaurants Participate in 5th Annual Localicious Hawaii
International Market Place is proud to support the Hawaii Agricultural Foundation’s (HAF) 2018 Localicious Hawaii Campaign. Through March, six restaurants will designate one or more “Localicious Dishes” that incorporate 100 percent locally grown, caught or raised ingredients. For every dish sold, participating restaurants will donate $1 to the Hawaii Agricultural Foundation to support agriculture education programs in public schools statewide. Participating International Market Place restaurants include: Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi, Flour & Barley, Herringbone Waikiki, Kona Coffee Purveyors, STRIPSTEAK, The STREET, A Michael Mina Food Hall and Yauatcha.

March Madness at International Market Place
Cheer on your bracket favorites at International Market Place throughout the NCAA Tournament, beginning March 13. Select restaurants will be offering specials throughout the month:
  • Flour & Barley will be serving a special pizza called the Bracket Buster Pie. Ingredients include queso sauce, black beans, ground beef, chicken, onion, fresh tomatoes, avocado creme and crispy tortilla strips. $21.
  • Herringbone: Bar specials during each March Madness game.
  • The STREET: Happy Hour during any March Madness game starting with the Sweet 16.
March 17: Saint Patrick’s Day
When three-leaf clovers are out, we all know it’s Saint Patrick’s Day! The Irish holiday is celebrated with all things green and good food. International Market Place restaurants are offering the following menu items:
  • Flour & Barley is celebrating with The Luck of the Irish Pie with pesto cream sauce, corned beef, brussel sprouts, sausage and potatoes. $21.
  • The STREET: $1 Pints of Killian’s Irish Red at Beer & Be Merry and corned beef and mashed potatoes served at International Smoke.
April 9-15: Grand Lanai Restaurant Week
International Market Place’s collection of chef-driven restaurants will host its second annual Grand Lanai Restaurant Week in April. From seafood to steaks, chefs from will be showcasing their best dishes with special menus and events.

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