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10 Days. 9 Eateries. Endless Flavors.

(Sponsored) Nov. 9 through 18, International Market Place celebrates Restaurant Week Hawai‘i with special menus and prices at participating eateries.



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Restaurant Week Hawai‘i at International Market Place

 

To make the most of Restaurant Week Hawai‘i—celebrating its 11th anniversary November 9 through 18—there’s no better place to go than International Market Place. With one-of-a-kind specials and one-off prix fixe menus, it’s the perfect time to explore the spectacular array of unforgettable dining experiences at Waikīkī’s most delectable dining destination.

 

Everywhere you turn there’s another extraordinary, chef-driven restaurant creating unique cuisine perfectly paired with expert mixology, curated wine lists and craft brews. Revel in a world of flavor at:

 

EATING HOUSE 1849 by Chef Roy Yamaguchi

Traditional Hawai‘i meets modern haute cuisine

 

Flour & Barley at International Market Place

PHOTOS: COURTESY OF INTERNATIONAL MARKET PLACE

 

FLOUR & BARLEY

Brick oven Italian-American favorites

 

GOMA TEI

Authentic Japanese noodles

 

Herringbone at International Market Place

 

HERRINGBONE

California coastal dining

 

KONA COFFEE PURVEYORS | B. PATISSERIE

Fine coffees & patisserie

 

MÍ ALMITA CANTINA

Fresh coastal Mexican

 

Mitsuwa Marketplace at International Market Place

 

MITSUWA MARKETPLACE - JAPANESE MARKET

Largest Japanese supermarket in the U.S.

 

Stripsteak at International Market Place

 

STRIPSTEAK by Chef Michael Mina

Contemporary twist on the classic steakhouse

 

THE STREET FOOD HALL by Chef Michael Mina

Collection of culinary experiences

 

What about parking? No worries! Get discounted parking with validation on a $10 purchase. With tons of spaces, it’s easy to get in and out of our parking structure on Kūhiō Street at Walina Street. Learn more at shopinternationalmarketplace.com/restaurantweekhawaii.

 

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