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October 9, 2019

Plan Your Holiday Gatherings and Corporate Events at International Market Place

International Market Place, home to world-class shopping dining and entertainment, is perfect for friends, families and companies looking to celebrate the holidays in style. Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day of the year, the center boasts a mix of globally inspired, chef-driven restaurants, along with event and meeting spaces available for groups ranging from six to nearly 300 guests. Parking is easily accessible with 700 parking spaces and convenient valet parking.

Tasty Bites for All Occasions
From locally sourced and inspired dishes to Michelin-starred meals, the center has something for groups of all sizes and occasions, including holiday parties, weddings, reunions, and much more. Restaurant event coordinators help create a memorable dining experience tailored to the group’s needs. Several restaurants offer semi-private or private dining room options with flexible open-air lanai space, along with à la carte and prix fixe menu options.

Available for breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner, the center’s restaurants are located on the third floor Grand Lanai, with fast-casual dining options on the first floor, Mauka Court. Grand Lanai restaurants include: StripSteak Waikiki by Michael Mina, Herringbone, Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza, and locally owned ShoreFyre, Goma Tei, Kaku’s Seafood & Sushi Buffet and Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi. Level 1 dining includes The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina and Mi Almita Cantina. To book an event, contact the restaurants directly. 

Banyan Tree House
International Market Place’s Banyan Tree House is one of your not-so-typical event spaces perfect for special events such as wedding ceremonies. Paying homage to Donn Beach, also known as “Don the Beachcomber,” the tree house is set in the iconic 160-year-old Banyan Tree. The unique venue can host up to 50 attendees and is available for booking all year round.

Conference Room
Book the air-conditioned conference room located in the center’s management office. At 280-square-feet, the room can accommodate up to 20 attendees and comes equipped with a television screen with HDMI connection, mini refrigerator, teleconference system and restroom facilities in close proximity. Catering is made easy with a selection of diverse restaurants at the center, including grab-and-go selections such as salads and sandwiches from Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza or Japanese bento lunches from Mitsuwa Marketplace. The conference room is available from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily and reservations are required.

Ekolu
Set in the center’s third level valet area, the 10,000-square-foot open-air space can hold up to 1,000 attendees. Conveniently located steps away from the center’s Grand Lanai, the covered space is available for booking year-round with limited evening and weekend availability.

Grand Lanai
Relax in a tranquil open-air setting set on 1,400-square-feet of AstroTurf. Located on the third level Grand Lanai, the space can host up to 70 seated attendees and comes with cafe bistro lighting and a retractable awning. Booking is only available 90 days prior to the event.

Queen’s Court
This 2,500-square-foot courtyard can accommodate public or semi-private events. Featuring a stage and lawn area, it’s the perfect green space for performances with up to 300 attendees and is available all year round (pending owner approval).

Mahina

Transform the center’s sixth level parking deck into an urban event space under the stars. Perhaps the most unique of International Market Place’s event space offerings, Mahina is easily customizable for a distinctive event. With vistas of Waikiki, the 67,800-square-foot open-air space can accommodate events with up to 3,390 attendees. 

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