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Diversity of options, flowers, abalone, fried green tomatoes, honey, popcorn, produce, burgers, a wealth of Island products. As the great philosopher noted "Nobody goes there anymore...it's too crowded." *
I;ve been visiting this market every year when working in Honolulu. Each year there seem to be more and more visitors which somewhat spoils the market feeling. The vendors have a great selection of goods, some fresh vegetables and fruit, but mostly ready to eat...More
I love the kcc market! In my opinion it’s the best one! Has so many things from local produce & products! So much amazing food! Plenty of great made in Hawaii items to bring home! And your right next to diamond head for a nice...More
Perhaps as much a food market as a produce market and pretty much what you'd expect. Some interesting local businesses with unexpected products like honey. Lots of cheery people; many, being tourists, focussed on eating rather than the fresh produce. In truth, nothing out of...More
Great variety of local produce and farmers/businesses. All food sampled was delicious. Warning- walking road rules do not apply here! This place is packed with people walking in any direction they can or stopping in the middle of the path. If you don't like crowds,...More
Saturday Farmers Markets with Sarah are fantastic! Full of exceptional knowledge, delicious food, and you learn about the investment opportunities into local businesses and people.
Thank you Sarah for taking the time; it was an awesome experience.
My visi was fun and it is certainly a pilgrimage to celebrate the foods and products of Hawaii. Go hungry. I took the bus there, then walked back to Waikiki. It is an easy walk, all down hill.
There are lots of tourists, but the...More
If you arrive before 7:30 you have to queue up waiting for the market to open (in the rain) UNLESS you have a "membership" (which allows early entry) or avoid the policed main entrance and simply walk into the side of the market through the...More
I have been coming here for a good breakfast. Fresh vegetables and pastries too are available. It is usually crowded with mostly tourists. I love hearing the Hawaiian music played by some local artists.