This Honolulu farmer’s market is literally an institution. The incredible spreads of culinary products and delicacies attract a large number of local and visiting foodies. The market is always packed, so head there early if you want to beat the crowds.
The farmer’s markets in Hawaii are high-spirited gathering places. Whether you’re buying fresh produce, or wanting to try a new treat, they’re great places to shop, dine, and feel like a local.
Kapiolani Community College (KCC) Farmer’s Market, Oahu
Honolulu Night Market, Oahu
Night time is the right time in Honolulu. Every third Saturday night of the month, a bunch of local vendors pull out all the stops. Eat superb food, buy clothing and crafts, and enjoy live entertainment. Bring your friends and family with you so you can try a bite of everything.
Upcountry Farmers Market - Maui
Go upcountry to find out why this market was voted “Best of Maui” two years in a row. Pick up locally-grown macadamia nuts, coffee, and coconuts, and try unique products like lilikoi (passionfruit) butter. The market also has prepared-food options for every diet.
Hilo Farmers Market - Hawaii Island
Stop by the Hilo Farmers Market for juicy fruits, aromatic flowers, and Hawaii Island-made crafts. The market is open every day, so drop by, grab some BBQ on a stick, sip on a fruit smoothie, and pick up a few souvenirs.
Kalapana Night Market- Hawaii Island
There’s a party happening in Puna. Every Wednesday night, the whole community comes out to enjoy the fun and fare at the Kalapana Night Market. Grub on pizza and poke plates, dance to live music, and bring a handcrafted memento home.
Kauai Culinary Market - Kauai
Every Wednesday afternoon, the Kukuiula Shopping Village in Poipu hosts this lovely farmer’s market. Try pies, jams, butters, and cheese from the heart of Kauai as you listen to live music. Check out a live demonstration from a South Shore chef, then head over to the wine and beer garden for a drink.