Saturday Farmer's Market KCC, Honolulu

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Head to Saturday Farmer's Market KCC for locally grown produce, fresh-brewed coffee, nuts, herbs, spices, and more. Every Saturday morning, parking lot C of the Kapiolani Community College Campus turns into a bustling market. Vendors also offer fresh fish and meat products, as well as sauces and dips. If you want a meal or a snack, you'll have plenty of delicious options, including vegetarian and vegan bites. Live music, souvenirs, and sweets add to the friendly atmosphere. Be ready to make your way through a crowd. Make Saturday Farmer's Market KCC a part of your Honolulu vacation plans using our Honolulu trip itinerary builder site .
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  • In the breakfast and usually come here by trolley or Sabbath I memorized OK taxi or walk from Waikiki's personal favorite 1, anyway I get shy abalone 2 ginger EUR 3 hamburgers 4 tomato FRY tasting, tasting, you liked to I try to Dole's almost stores, cash is the best payment the right toilet is no alcohol may
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  • For the first time in Hawaii a few times, but stretched the legs here. Bus from Kuhio Avenue. This lot of tourists are looking for that pick. Even without a car can easily be reached. I went looking for vegetables and fruit and flowers decorate the room during their visit because this was the kitchen. Take home to Japan with breakfast Bento and souvenirs are quite high sounds. God is not too crowded. So much trouble, only famous fried green tomatoes. Taste and price okay. May is better hearing one ^ ^; went back to Waikiki, walking without a bus on the way back. It is recommended you bring a big shopping bag, if you take the bus. People with children believe that the breakfast will have leisure sheet (for the beach mat), and good.
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  • We had no chance to go far and become Super crowded in the 出過gi popular now, again? But I thought... So homecoming day was Saturday morning walk & or just good and went to breakfast. 6:30 out of the hotels of Waikiki, leisurely walk 45 minutes. A refreshing morning walk. 7:30 doors open 15 minutes ago the gathered people at the entrance. While waiting for the doors to get maps with information, check the location of shops, direct and open at the same time! The purpose is a pig and ready. It's not a choice lunch at brick and mortar? Without safe, had the Banh MI, but temashita long lines soon after. Look around after the purpose has been achieved around a 40-minute stay. Back on the Bus returned from the market entrance. 混manai ago opening the doors of walking if you want to recommend is.
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  • Farmers, Fresh, Flowers, Food and Fun. What begin with the letter F. KCC Farmers Market is "The" Farmers Market, bar-none. Farmers bring their fresh picked flowers and produce. Entrepreneur farmers and restaurant startups are here to impress you with their innovation or awesomely fresh farm product. The papaya sold are tree ripen. They are so sweet. It explode with flavor when you put it in your mouth.They are so fresh that they have no shelf life, but to be eaten the same day. They can only be sold at a farmers market setting where people want tree ripen fresh. There are so many avocado, you have to try it first, if it is good, then go back and buy a lot. The farmer sellers will show you how to get a near ripen avocado. Give it a shake, if the seed is loose from the meat, it is ready to eat. Make sure you get it from the same vendor when you're back for more. Ask if they are from the same tree. There you are. Enjoy.
  • This has to be the best market we have been to so far. The selection of produce and food vendors is unreal. When your done eating and getting groceries go and hike diamond head to wear it off. Just be forewarned to get there early as it a very popular spot with Japanese tourist.
  • If you are tourist, that is a very good place to have your breakfast: grilled abalone, coffee jelly drink, grilled pizza, fresh pineapple, papaya, juices, smoothies, macadamia nuts ... Parking is tight, be there early. I arrived at 7:00 and have just few spots left.
  • If you're looking for a relaxing activity on the weekend, go check this place out. It's a great place to get fresh produce and food! I loved just walking around and checking out all the stalls and making a day out of the farmers market. Some items can be a bit on the pricier side, but it's worth it!
  • Loved the Farmer’s market. Wish it was bigger.

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