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Watch Two Mixologists Square Off at FOOD FIGHT! By The Street

(Sponsored) FOOD FIGHT! takes place on Thursday, Nov. 30, 4:30 p.m. at the International Market Place.



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FOOD FIGHT! by The Street

photo: courtesy of international market place

 

Which Michael Mina mixologist can call himself the best? You’re about to find out. On Thursday, Nov. 30, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., The Street's Andrew Woodley squares off against STRIPSTEAK’s Mundo Delgado for an epic battle for the best cocktail in FOOD FIGHT! By The Street.

 

Head to Queen’s Court at International Market Place to watch the sparks fly between two of Michael Mina's fiercest mixologists as they make cocktail creations to win the votes of the judging panel. After the battle, all are invited back to STRIPSTEAK to sample the featured cocktail, sponsored by the Trans Atlantic division of Southern Wine & Spirits and weigh in on their favorite by voting for the "audience choice" award. Stay to enjoy the nightly happy hour specials at STRIPSTEAK Waikīkī.

 

For more information on International Market Place, visit shopinternationalmarketplace.com. For more information on STRIPSTEAK Waikīkī, visit michaelmina.net.

 

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