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This vibrant, bustling farmer's market is a favorite with locals and tourists alike. Visitors can get dinner from one of the many local restaurant booths and relax at one of the provided tables or on a picnic blanket while they enjoy the weekly live music and make some new friends.

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The market features a wide and eclectic range of food and other items including ready-to-eat meals, soap, jewelry and crafts, locally-raised beef, jams and honey, locally-crafted vegan chocolate, homemade ice cream and popsicles, plants and cut flowers, bread, fresh eggs, and much more. It is a definite must-see while you're on the windward side of Oahu!

The market always attracts a crowd, and some of the most popular vendors include Andy's Bueno Salsa the dill-pickle salsa is a must-try!

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Local restaurants, including Da Spot, Pig and the Lady, Chef Sean's Soul Patrol, Grandma G's, and Olay Thai dish out ready-to-eat plate meals such as jambalaya, sushi sliders, pan seared Opakapaka, locally-sourced burgers, baklava, and more.

There are also a range of vegan, raw, and gluten-free options. Live music creates a festive feel, and families and friends often congregate here to shop, grab dinner, and talk story while enjoying the music.

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Take Pali Highway through the mountains into Kailua. Turn right onto Hamakua Drive, and then take the 1st left onto Hekili St. The market will be on your left. Enter destinations.

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