Oahu is home to a very diverse and unique culture. Hawaii has long been a melting pot rich in its history and customs. This is certainly reflected in our food scene. Visitors to Honolulu can choose from almost any cuisine one can imagine. But all in one place? That’s where our Farmer’s Markets come in. Farmer’s Markets come together daily in different areas around the island, offering fresh produce, coffee, honey, juices, and a wide variety of street food. Hawaii’s largest Farmer’s Market happens every Saturday at the Kapiolani Community College from 7:30am-11am.
If you happen to book with us on a Saturday, start your day with a stroll through a beautiful open air market which hosts over 50 vendors. Have an amazing breakfast and grab some lunch to go. Listen to live music while you eat and shop around. The KCC market also has plenty of authentic locally manufactured food items that make for great gifts.
If you do not happen to book with us on a Saturday, but you are interested in stopping at a farmer’s market, let us know. There are opportunities on other days of the week. The Hawaii Farm Bureau provides a schedule of markets.
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