Eat the Street-Pop Up Events

 

We’re so excited to introduce you to our new event series that will take place in between the big festivals.  Don’t get me wrong, festivals with a ton of options, entertainment and a bar is thrilling and we always enjoy our huge events like Eat the Street and Honolulu Night Market.  But, lately I have craved an alternative to the big festival, something more intimate where our fans can gather and connect with each other.  These events will always be collaborative, somewhat catered and sometimes creative.

So, to roll out our firsts of the series we have partnered up with a couple of our favorite restaurants and food trucks to bring to you the beginning of our “Eat the Street Pop-Up” event series.  These events will always be a collaborative with one of our many favorite food vendors or restauranteurs.  To kick us off this month we have two events we are looking forward to: Cactus and Kebabs & A Creole Style Fish Fry.

…lately I have craved an alternative to the big festival, something more intimate where our fans can gather and connect with each other.  These events will always be collaborative, somewhat catered and sometimes creative.

This weekend we are collaborating with two tasty pop ups.  Depending on which side of the island you live on and what you crave, one or both of events could be perfect for you!

Cactus and Kebabs w/ Kan Zaman & The Art Loft

Relax, craft and then enjoy a flavorful lunch bursting w/ flavors from North Africa and the Middle East.  Kan Zaman will be serving up their famous pita sandwiches and salad.  Hang out with the girls and create a felt succulent project that will last forever.

More info and tickets here: https://www.theartlofthi.com/cactusnkebabs/

La Roux Hawaii – Pop Up Fish Fry

Last year we partnered up with La Roux for a Low Country Seafood Boil so, needless to say we are excited to do this again with them.  This time it’s a fish fry serving up a three course meal including 1 LB of Catfish.  Whooo Lawd!

More info and tickets here – tinyurl.com/y8gzt4fl

Pop Up Event with Kan Zaman and The Art Loft Hawaii.

Fish Fry Pop Up

 

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Poni

Poni Askew’s business acumen is being recognized in the State of Hawaii, and as a young mother of Hawaiian descent, she represents a powerful voice in the community. The goal of bringing mobile food events to Oahu is one Poni and her husband Brandon have had since the inception of Street Grindz.