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Saturday Farmer's Market KCC, Honolulu

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.7/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
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. Put Saturday Farmer's Market KCC into our Honolulu travel itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Honolulu.
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  • It was a market Hawaii local products and food-rice ones to eat. Atmosphere was like a cooperative high school school Festival students. Students are not motivated and in high school my teacher about planned school Festival I didn't. I had to eat here for authentic and delicious but also a while.
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  • I went to the KCC farmer's market in the last year, held on Saturday every week. Because the goal was to buy a cup of coffee, there was time (last year late so went to) a little shopping and eat lightly. I've eaten grilled abalone and hot dog (at the beginning) and pineapple juice. I bought was the familiar coffee and cookies (chocolate chip). Abalone has just hit. Hot dog sausage and pretty tummy until I. Enjoy more than last year. Have seen eating last year is in the toilet before long, stopped eating and drinking. This year is an individual, but not because it went on tour with extra time.
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  • Is not only go by trolley or taxi or rent a bicycle or just away from Waikiki. Like a morning market, so honestly, eat on the spot, delicious! He said was not enough.
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  • The Kapiolani Community College (KCC) Farmer’s Market runs every Saturday, 7:30-11:00AM. There is a large selection with well over 50 stalls selling: fruits, veggies, coffee, nuts, breads, hot foods, cool drinks. This is the best place in Honolulu to find alternative varieties of local produce, try a white cream pineapple or pirie mango. It is also a great location for people watching, there is always a large multicultural crowd. Leave the car behind and take the bus, routes 2, 3, 9, 23, and 24 all stop at the market. Just ask the driver to tell you when you have arrived. Don't forget to tour the KCC campus cactus garden.
  • Local vendors. Pretty much all food. I found to be expensive but diverse in products. Vendors start to close up by 11:30
  • I loved the energy, variety of food and the cosy feel of this market. Park further in to avoid traffic mayhem
  • One of my favorite farmers markets near Waikiki. It's short and very busy so get there early because it closes by 12pm. Local vendors selling fresh fruit, vegetables and fresh cooked food. You can also get some great drinks there.
  • I was a little disappointed but it was expected. I was hoping for more produce and less touristy. The prices were a little higher as well.
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