Located inside in the open air middle, or atrium, of the complex, it’s a beautiful setting. This is another one that’s picking up a lot of new fans and booths as well. It actually begins outside with vendors lined up in the entrance on Kalakaua Ave. Follow that inside where you’ll see the indoor waterfall, shops lining each side and a beautifully decorated space. This is easily one of the nicest backdrop to a farmer’s market anywhere on Oahu. Much bigger than King’s Village, many of the same vendors are here as well, so if you miss something at that one, you can probably get it here. Because certain items do sell out regularly, that’s a good thing to know. For good reason it’s geared more to the tourist so much of it is prepared food, ready or almost ready to eat in other words, as opposed to raw ingredients. You’ll also find products that vacationers love to take home, like local coffees, honey, incredible varieties of nut & coconut butters, along with the delicious snacks you can eat as you walk – or as you sit by the waterfall here. Though the hotel setting isn’t as ‘authentic’ for some tastes, the contrast shouldn’t be a deal breaker by any means. In other words, stop by.
Address: 2424 Kalakaua Ave, Waikiki
Schedule: Thursday, 4:00PM – 8:00PM
Website: http://waikiki.hyatt.com/en/hotel/activities/hotel-activities/farmers-market.html< Back to list