1450 Ala Moana Blvd
NileGuide Expert tip:
Don't forget to bring your own shopping bag!
Every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. local crafters, farmers, chefs, and artists gather to sell and share what they have made. Only locally made or grown things are allowed to sell at the market, and it's truly a rainbow of crafts and foods.
From food booths like pizza and smoothies, to creative snacks like passion fruit jams and organic kettle corn, the market will fill your belly for breakfast or lunch on any Saturday. It's also a wonderful place to pick up fruits for the beach, veggies and breads to bring back to the room, and a cool iced tea for a hot Hawaiian day.
For souvenir shopping you couldn't find a better spot. Locally made clothing, jewelry, candles, ceramics, and even recycled glass creation fill vendors tables. It's also a great place to meet with locals and "talk story." You can see the ocean from the outdoor market and enjoy the sun while browsing.
The market is a must stop when in Honolulu on a Saturday.