Hawaii Mom Blog: Holiday Market at PAI Honolulu Offers Food and Handcrafted Gifts






November 16, 2018

Holiday Market at PAI Honolulu Offers Food and Handcrafted Gifts

PAI Honolulu will host a holiday market on Thursday, December 6, and Friday, December 7, from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The pop-up market will offer shoppers a curated selection of food gifts and handcrafted items from local vendors. Ceramics from Kuhn’s Pottery—maker of the dishes used at PAI—jewelry from Midori Jewelry, and food gifts from Menehune Mac and Shangri-La Tea will be available. PAI will introduce special items for purchase, including Chef Kevin’s “Fire Water” hot sauce interpretation of chili pepper water, Furikake Caramel Popcorn and Spicy Tomato Jam. Additional vendors are still being added to the line-up. Shoppers who complete a market stamp card will receive complimentary happy hour offers from PAI and be entered in a vendor gift giveaway.

To maximize lunch-hour shopping time, market-goers can purchase grab-and-go sandwiches from PAI ($8 each), with housemade chips and salad add-on options. For those who prefer a more leisurely shopping experience, the dining room will be open for lunch service from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.. Beverage service will be offered between lunch and happy hour, which will start early at 4:30 p.m. and offers exclusive pau hana-only items, such as Chef Kevin’s housemade Furikake Tater Tots. Parking is available in the Harbor Court municipal lot.

PAI Honolulu and the holiday market vendors will donate a portion of sales to the Evan M. Nakashige Foundation (EMN Foundation), a 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on increasing mental health resources for young adults in Hawai‘i and California. “The holidays are a time of joy, but also, for some people, a stressful and emotionally difficult time. We recognize these struggles and want to offer support to those in need,” says Justine Kadokawa Lee, general manager of PAI. “This is our way of giving something back to our community.” The EMN Foundation will be at the market with their handsewn triangle purses.

PAI Honolulu Holiday Hours: Closed Thanksgiving week (November 19 through 24), December 25 and 26, January 1 and 2. Normally closed on Sundays and Mondays, PAI will be open on December 23, 24, 30 and 31 for those looking for a special place to celebrate. Book your holiday reservation online at www.paihonolulu.com or call 808-744-2531.

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