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Farmers markets have been around for almost as long as farms themselves, and on the island of Oʻahu, they’re more abundant than ever. Several times a week, in a variety of locations, food producers and local culinary stars gather in parks and parking lots to sell fresh produce and other agricultural products. It’s the perfect opportunity for residents and visitors alike to enjoy locally grown Oʻahu products, including aqua-cultured seafood, North Shore beef, Mānoa honey, Kahuku corn, Waialua chocolate and Waimānalo greens (that’s just for starters).
As you mingle with locals and talk with farmers, you’ll also have a chance to sample Oahu-style snacks and recipes from food booths that serve everything from Sweet Bread French toast and lililoʻi (passion fruit) mochi to gourmet plate lunches and Hawaiʻi Regional Cuisine bites. You can also buy fresh flowers and a variety of handmade products at most Oʻahu farmers markets, and a few even provide entertainment. One bit of advice: shoppers are hungry and inventory is gobbled up fast, so go early and enjoy.
Visit these Oʻahu Farms & Farmers Markets:
Honolulu Farmers Market
Wednesdays, 4–7 p.m.
777 Ward Ave.
Hyatt’s Farmers Market
Mondays and Wednesdays, 4–8 pm
Hyatt Regency Waikīkī Beach Resort and Spa
2424 Kalākaua Ave. (Ground Floor)
Mahiku Farmer's Market at International Market Place
Thursdays, 4–8 pm
2330 Kalākaua Ave. (Level 1, Banyan Court)
Kapiʻolani Community College Farmers Market
Saturdays, 7:30–11 a.m.
4303 Lēʻahi Head Rd.
Mahiku Farmers Market at King’s Village
Fridays and Mondays, 4–9 p.m.
131 Kaʻiulani Ave.
North Shore Country Market
Saturdays, 8 a.m.–2 p.m.
59-360 Kamehameha Hwy
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