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September 3, 2018

What's New at International Market Place

September 1-31: Goma Tei Noodle Festival
Goma Tei is launching their first ever Noodle Festival all month long. All noodles are made fresh and in house daily using new methods and recipes from Kagawa, Japan. The first five specialty noodles are incorporated with ingredients such as truffle, tomato, shrimp, porcini mushroom and scallop. Limited availability, available on a first come, first served basis.

September 1-8, 2018
Truffle Shoyu Ramen, $19.95
Tomato Tan Tan Ramen, $16.95

September 9-15, 2018
Shrimp Tan Tan Ramen, $16.95

September 16-22, 2018
Porcini (Mushroom) Tan Tan Ramen, $16.95

September 23-30, 2018
Scallop Shoyu Ramen, $16.95
Truffle Shoyu Ramen, $19.95

September 4: Tiki Taco Tuesday
Every Tuesday stop by Mi Almita Cantina for Tiki Taco Tuesday. From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., enjoy $2 Pork Carnitas Tacos, $2 Frozen Cocktails and $2 off any Tequila shot. Mi Almita Cantina is located in The Street Food Hall, A Michael Mina Social, Level 1.

September 6: Meet National Geographic Photographer Cory Richards
Join National Geographic | Fine Art Galleries and meet National Geographic Photographer Cory Richards on Thursday, September 6 from 6 to 9 p.m. While there, check out fine art, enjoy live music by Tavana and sip on handcrafted cocktails. RSVP by emailing honolulu@natgeofineart.com or call 808-800-2970. National Geographic | Fine Art Galleries is located in Banyan Court, Level 1.

September 8: Jo Malone London Launches Honeysuckle & Davana
Test new fragrance combinations, enjoy free drinks and sweet treats at Jo Malone London. RSVP by emailing smjomalinternationalmarket@elc.estee.com. Jo Malone London is located in Banyan Court, Level 1. 

September 15: Keiki Day at International Market Place
Bring your keiki down to International Market Place for a fun-filled day of events, shopping and exclusive offers on Saturday, September 15 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Keiki Day activities are free and will take place center wide, including a mini car test drive and race track on the Grand Lānai, mini car photo opportunity and coloring station in Queen’s Court, $10 kids menu at Flour & Barley and Herringbone, exclusive offers and keiki activities at Hanna Andersson, Kida Atelier, Surf Line Hawaii, Vilebrequin and Ondade Mar. For more information, visit www.shopinternationalmarketplace.com/keikiday.

September 27: University of Hawaii Wind Ensemble Band Concert
The University of Hawaii at Manoa Wind Ensemble Band is kicking off fall with a free concert at International Market Place on Thursday, September 27 at 4:45 p.m. Stop by to hear the band play Hawaiian tunes, trumpet and tuba trios and Bieber Fever conducted by Jeffery Boeckman. Admission is free, seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. The concert takes place in Queen’s Court, Level 1.

Exclusive Summer Banyan Tote Bags
Now through September 30, guests can receive International Market Place’s second edition tote bag, designed in partnership with Greenroom Hawaii and local artist Jordan Higa and inspired by the iconic 160-year-old Banyan tree. When guests spend $250 or more in combined receipts from any International Market Place restaurant or retailer, guests can present receipts at Customer Service located on Level 1 near Saks Fifth Avenue to receive a tote bag. For rules and details visit www.shopinternationalmarketplace.com/banyantote.

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