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Let Us Eat Cake


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The Honolulu City and County celebrates its 100th birthday this month in delicious fashion: by baking the largest birthday cake in Honolulu’s history. Local bakery The Patisserie will be assembling 100 normal-sized white cakes into a single, huge one. At 15 by 18 feet, and four inches deep, the finished product will be big enough to feed 10,000 people, and everyone is invited to enjoy a slice at Honolulu Hale (530 S. King St.).

The event is one of the last in a yearlong commemoration of the county’s centennial. Last November, as part of the celebration, HONOLULU Magazine published a list of Honolulu’s 100 most influential citizens. In case you missed it, the feature is still available here on our Web site.

Stop by for some cake and festivity on Sunday, July 2, from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free, as is the parking at the Civic Center parking lot (entrances on Beretania and Alapa‘i streets). For more information, visit www.honolulupride.com or call 275-3030.

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