Over the weekend my husband and I went exploring for some fresh produce and some walk-and-munch street food on a gorgeous day in Oahu, Hawaii. We discovered the Pearlridge Farmers’ Market, a short row of white tents in the parking lot of the Pearlridge Center directly in front of the Sears store.
Up for an adventure, we stopped in and walked the length of the booths, salivating all the way… when we reached the end, we had both predetermined where we wanted to stop-and-shop on the way back down the booths.
Just a few of the local vendors included the fantastic Baker Dude’s bakery, Maui Preserved fresh and local preserved goods, Bee Works Hawai’i honey and beeswax candles, the delicious Hawaiian Fresh Farms with local honey and goat cheeses, thirst-quenching SamSha, LLC mint tea and sugar cane juicer, and a handful of other equally enticing fresh, hotplate food vendors. Buy a bag of freshly pounded poi, a glass of refreshing fruit juice, or some healthy local produce. Snack your way down the aisle of tents while listening to live Hawaiian music, or take a break under the shaded dining pavilion.
The farmers’ market is only open Saturdays from 8am-12pm.
TIP* Bring a reusable bag to stash all you’re going to find. Also – bring sunblock, a water bottle, and hand-sanitizer.
Pearlridge Farmers’ Market
98-180 Kamehameha Hwy
Aiea, Hawaii 96701
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