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Craft Cocktails Are Taking Over International Market Place for Mixology Month

(Sponsored) The center’s cocktail-forward restaurants will feature a different spirit and pūpū pairing each week throughout July.



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Eating House 1849 mixologist Teves serves up the Royal Hawaiian cocktail as part of International Market Place’s Mixology Month.
Video: Aaron K. Yoshino

Hawai‘i’s biggest mixology festival takes over the entire month of July at International Market Place’s craft cocktail-forward collection of restaurants.

 

Each week will feature a different spirit theme and exclusive cocktail and pūpū pairings at Eating House 1849, Flour & Barley, Herringbone, StripSteak, Yauatcha and The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina.

 

July 1–7: Vodka

July 8–14: Tequila

July 15–21: Whiskey

July 22–31: Rum

 

Every Thursday throughout July will feature a Battle of the Bartenders at 4:30 p.m. in Queen’s Court. It’s a mix-off as Waikīkī’s best barkeeps go head to head and shaker to shaker to create the winning cocktail.

 

Plus, there’ll be live entertainment every Saturday at 4:30 p.m. in Queen’s Court. Driving in? No worries! It’s easy with discounted parking with validation.

 

Get more information at ShopInternationalMarketPlace.com/mixologymonth.

 

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