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International Market Place Did Restaurant Week Hawai‘i 2017 Right

(Sponsored) Restaurant Week may be over, but we're still dreaming about the marketplace's to-die-for dishes.



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International Market Place Restaurant Week Hawaii

Photo: Gregory Yamamoto

 

Even with three extra days, it still feels like there wasn’t enough time (or stomach space) to enjoy all of the special menus International Market Place—let alone Restaurant Week Hawai‘i’s other participating restaurants—had to offer.

 

Weren’t able to try all the restaurants you wanted to? Don’t worry. You can still find many of the dishes featured on the marketplace’s menus, so make your reservations and head to International Market Place this weekend. Participating International Market Place restaurants included:

 

Baku

Eating House 1849 by Chef Roy Yamaguchi

Flour and Barley

Goma Tei Ramen

Herringbone

Kona Grill

STRIPSTEAK by Chef Michael Mina

Yauatcha

The Street: A Michael Mina Social House

Kona Coffee Purveyors

 

Check out our photo gallery of some of their mouthwatering dishes here.

 

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