Cheers for Mixology Month at International Market Place

(Sponsored) Hawai‘i’s biggest mixology festival is taking over the entire month of July during International Market Place’s second annual Mixology Month!



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International Market Place Mixology Month

 

Enjoy $5 and $10 craft cocktails and pūpū from participating restaurants: Eating House 1849 by Chef Roy Yamaguchi, Flour & Barley, Herringbone, Mí Almita Cantina, ShoreFyre, StripSteak by Chef Michael Mina, and The Street Social House by Chef Michael Mina.

 

The month-long cocktail celebration continues with the second annual Battle of the Bartenders every Wednesday starting July 10 at 5 p.m. in Queen’s Court. Free and open to the public, it’s a mix-off as the best mixologists go head to head and shaker to shaker to create the winning cocktail.

 

Additional ticketed and free-to-the public events are:

  • July 1–31: Summer Gift with Purchase – A branded tote bag in collaboration with Greenroom Gallery featuring a special design from local artist, Lauren Roth
     

  • July 10, 17, 24, 31: Battle of the Bartenders featuring a cocktail showdown between International Market Place mixologists, starting at 5 p.m.
     

  • July 26: Girls’ Night Out dine-and-sip around event in partnership with Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival

 

Driving in? No worries! It’s easy with discounted parking with validation.

 

For more information, visit ShopInternationalMarketPlace.com/mixologymonth.

 

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