At first glance the small little Makiki Farmers Market open on Thursday evenings at St. Clements Parish in the Makiki neighborhood of Honolulu does not seem like much to stop for.
However, I often took friends there or pointed them in that directions for a dinner where trying local food and some old favorites is as easy as visiting a couple of the food stands.
The variety of food is great with Thai food, Hawaiian fare, fish tacos, pies, crepes of all flavors, and fruits and veggies to round out a healthy meal.
The people are friendly, tables are set up to enjoy your food there or you can take it home for later.
Either way, the Makiki Farmers Market is an great option to easily grab dinner on a Thursday evening.
Each Thursday afternoon from 4:30p to 7:30p, St. Clement’s hosts a local farmers market in the parking lot (check calendar for holiday/special closures).
Fresh produce and farm products are for sale as well as a variety of food vendors available on site for an easy and inexpensive evening meal.
Tables and chairs are provided for sit-down dining and a chance to meet and talk story with our friends and neighbors.