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November 17, 2021

Holiday Happenings at International Market Place

The holiday spirit is picking up at International Market Place and guests are in store for a jolly good time. The center is open every day of the year from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., including Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day and has a number of festivities for shoppers. 

Thanksgiving Prix-Fixe Menus and Specials on the Level 3 Grand Lanai
The Level 3 Grand Lanai has chef-driven, festive prix-fixe feasts and dinners to go for a fuss-free Thanksgiving. Highlights include:

STRIPSTEAK Waikiki
Price: $79 per person
Wine Pairing: $55
Luxury Wine Pairing: $75

  • First Course
    • Kabocha Bisque king crab, caviar and creme fraiche 
    • Roasted Brussel Sprouts with pork belly and soy-black pepper glaze
  • Second Course (choice of one)
    • Roasted Turkey served with potato puree, green beans, cranberries, classic stuffing, candied yams
    • Herb Crusted Prime Rib served with potato puree, green beans, cranberries, classic stuffing, candied yams
  • Third Course
    • Pumpkin Spiced Cheesecake with graham cracker crust, pecan brittle and whipped cream

Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi
Price: $43 per person *Dine-in only.

  • First Course
    • Kale & Mix Greens with creamy walnut dressing
  • Second Course
    • Grilled Herb Turkey with Yukon mashed potatoes, honey kabocha, cranberry relish and Italian sausage stuffing
  • Third Course
    • Pumpkin Cheesecake with whipped cream and candied pepitas

Black Friday Shopping
The more than 80 stores at International Market Place will help conquer gift lists of all kinds. Kamaaina and military personnel can take advantage of discounts and other specials. For the most up-to-date list of holiday sales and offers, visit https://shopinternationalmarketplace.com/sales-offers.

International Market Place Partners with Waikiki Aquarium (Now-November 30)
International Market Place and the Waikiki Aquarium together are supporting marine life education and preservation efforts. Highlights of the partnership include family-friendly pop-ups every Tuesday from 12 to 2 p.m.through November 23 (Level 1, Banyan Court near tree) and a gift with purchase promotion and a gift card sweepstakes through November 30. For more information, visit ShopInternationalMarketPlace.com/pages/shopandsea.

Gift with Purchase
Customers who spend $100 or more at any International Market Place store or restaurant in November will receive admission for two to the Waikiki Aquarium. Present receipt(s) to the Customer Service Desk on Level 1 during mall hours. Valid November 1-30, while supplies last. Void where prohibited. For rules, visit ShopInternationalMarketPlace.com/pages/shopandsea.

Gift Card Sweepstakes
Those who become a member or renew a previous membership to the Waikiki Aquarium between November 1 and 30 will automatically be entered to win one of four $250 gift cards to International Market Place stores and restaurants. For full terms and conditions, visit WaikikiAquarium.org.

Hoomau Hawaii Market Returns to International Market Place (December 11-12)
Just in time for holiday shopping, the Hoomau Hawaii Market is back for its second pop-up at International Market Place. Buy from more than 30 Native Hawaiian-owned businesses that showcase local culture through fashion, arts, entertainment, and other goods. 

Fukubukuro (December 31-January 1)
International Market Place will be celebrating Fukubukuro over two days featuring “lucky bags” that offer contents priced at half the full retail value. Take a lucky bag to Customer Service to redeem a complimentary gift, including gift cards and prizes. The bags will be offered at participating stores on December 31 and January 1, while supplies last.


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