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Grand Lānai Restaurant Week is Back at International Market Place

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Grand Lanai Restaurant Week

 

Grand Lānai Restaurant Week at International Market Place is back, April 8–14, bringing you an exceptional dining experience that’s sourced locally and famous globally. Be the first to taste inventive new dishes and exclusive prix-fixe menus at special prices from award-winning chefs like Roy Yamaguchi and Michael Mina. This year there are more participants than days in the week—so you might just have to indulge in two in one day!

 

The week kicks off with a bang as Poke Bowl III goes down on Monday, April 8, from 5:30–6:30 p.m. You can sample epic creations as ShoreFyre takes on Flour & Barley for poke supremacy. Get there early! The first 150 attendees will take home a snazzy souvenir apron.

 

And while you’re dining, why not win big with your Instagram skills? Post a photo of a Grand Lānai Restaurant Week dish to your public Instagram profile between April 8 and April 14 for your chance to win a $100 gift card to a Grand Lānai Restaurant Week eatery of your choice. Make sure your profile is public, you’re following @intlmktplace and use #MarketPlaceStories in your caption to be entered to win.

 

Visit GrandLanai.com for menus, contest information and more details.

 

Driving into Waikīkī? No worries! Parking is easy at International Market Place, featuring discounted parking with validation in our spacious parking garage located at Kūhiō Avenue and Walina Street.

 

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