Honolulu Night Market guide: Refresh
When: Saturday, Jan. 17 from 6 to 11 p.m.
Where: 449 Cooke St.
Parking: On-site and street parking, Eat the Street lot at 555 South St., and paid parking at Restaurant Row
7:30-7:50 p.m. — Honoka & Azita, the high energy, ukulele duo will be performing in the fashion show alley. Honoka Katayama and Azita Ganjali first met at Ukulele Hale, a ukulele studio in Kaimuki. In late 2012, the girls began performing together as a duo, and they’ve quickly become two of the city’s rising young musical stars.
Fashion show:The Refresh fashion show will feature urban sportswear by Rance China starting at 8 p.m.
• Abstract Magazine will be popping up in Kakaako Agora. Get the latest issue of the magazine and chat with the editors.
• Former Marvel and DC illustrator and street artist, Andy Lee, will be doing live modern zen ink brush paintings.
• Daria Roud of AltPercept will be doing demonstrations of her original artwork and earcuff earrings.
• Na Mea Hawaii will showcase local items, including books by local authors.
• Secret Record Store will bring vintage vinyl records and spin live music.
• Star Keona and Simply Chrystal Jewelry will share information about handmade jewelry that incorporates local materials.
• Charisma Industries will be offering cute, super-soft tees with original cartoon characters, stickers and novelty buttons.
808 HI-DR8 (insulated water bottles)
Alucive (men’s and women’s streetwear)
Bamboo Sky (contemporary women’s fashion)
Closet Cleanse (Alyssa Wooten)
Diamond Head Clothing (tees and hats)
Drift Boutique (mobile boutique)
Global Village (men’s, women’s & children’s clothes, gifts)
Glossy Hawaii (pop-up nail bar)
Illest (retail, shirts, hats)
Jolyn Clothing (swimwear, tops)
Kahulale’a (vintage Hawaiian clothing)
Kane Clothing Company (hats, accessories, clothing, men, women and children)
Lani Beach by Mireille (women’s clothing and accessories)
Nilma Hunter Creations (jewelry from reclaimed items)
Pure Joy Adornments (handmade jewelry)
Stephanie Boinay Art (originals, gicleees, matted prints, wood block, surfboard art)
Still & Moving Center
Teano (men’s and women’s apparel)
Uptown Closet (women’s fashion and accessories)
Inihaw by Ho’okui Pop-up Dinner
Here’s more information about the pop-up.
Hawaii Perks Discount: Use your Hawaii Perks card at Honolulu Night Market and receive $1 off for every $9 spent at a food vendor.
A&G Steaks and Things
On the menu: Pineapple po’i parfait, Lehua honey-dipped pineapple skewers with ala’e rock salt, luau risotto with smoked ham hock, double huli huli chicken tacos with kalamansi avocado guacamole and spiced lomi tomato, Portuguese bean soup with Shinsato pork and herb croutons.
On the menu: Locally sourced produce, grass-fed beef burgers, bacon-wrapped hotdogs
Bonfire Pizza Co.
On the Menu: The Dip (beef, gruyere, fennel onion marmalade, dijon, au jus), The Goat (asparagus, goat cheese, cherry tomatoes, balsamic reduction, evoo, bacon jam), The Toast (toasted ciabatta, spicy compound butter, avocado, balsamic, evoo, crushed pepper flake, lemon zest), Pig Red Mac (red mac salad topped with spicy pork belly, green onions, parsley crostini)
Girls Who Bake
On the menu: Cupcakes; mochi (butter mochi, bod-bod butter mochi); cookies; brownies
On the menu: Local-style plate lunches and burgers, featuring guava-smoked meats (chicken pork, duck, salmon bellies, butterfish collars and short ribs)
Hawaiian Twisted Tater
On the menu: Sushi sliders