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Oahu, Hawaii Farmers Market Guide

Ultimate Guide to Local Farmers Markets on Oahu, HI

Please note, this post has not been updated for a long time and it is very likely there are various new farmers markets, other markets may have moved, closed etc.

Welcome to the comprehensive guide to Farmer’s Markets on Oahu, Hawaii. If you’re a fan of these slices of local life, you’ll find here everything you need to know. What’s different about this guide?:

  • Every market listed here is open for business. Too many sources list markets that have moved or even closed, some a long time ago. Ever shown up ready to shop and found an empty lot? It’s a waste of your time on this beautiful Island and we’ve made sure that doesn’t happen.
  • All the listings here are not only open, they’re also worth visiting. Our team has personally gone to check out farmer’s markets all over Oahu so we’ve made sure to list only those that have something special – and more than just a couple of tents set up.
  • If you know of any awesome new farmers markets worthwhile mentioning, located anywhere on Oahu – with more than just 2 – 3 vendors – we’d love for you to share details in the comments section below.

One thing you’ll notice immediately at these events is there’s a lot of prepared food for sale. It’s a reflection of life in Hawaii, where community revolves around good food and eating together.Though it isn’t strict farmer fare, these booths are a fantastic opportunity. Sample tastes that originate from the Native Hawaiians, the Portuguese, a multitude of Asian cultures plus some that combine it all deliciously. That’s what we call Local Style. Don’t miss out on trying at least a few things – it’ll make your day. Maybe even your year.

Now that you know what you’ve got here, it’s time to dive in and plan out your time and travels to the markets all over Oahu!


KCC-Farmers-Market-Sign1. KCC Farmer’s Market

The biggest Farmer’s Market in Honolulu. So well-known that you’ll see buses dropping off large groups of tourists from Waikiki seeking out a little local life. Not just produce, but a lot of good food and crafts as well. Across the street from Diamond Head entrance so get in a hike afterward.


Address: 4303 Diamond Head Rd, Honolulu 96816
Hours: Saturday, 7:30AM – 11:00AM

2. King’s Village Farmers Market

Smaller, more of a stop and browse, but a great way for visitors to sample local favorite sweets & snacks like Poke & Malasadas, along with produce, in Waikiki. Set up right in the entrance off Kaiulani St, you can’t miss it. Definitely worth a stop to grab something on your way.


Address: 131 Kaiulani St, Waikiki
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat, 4:00PM – 9:00PM

hyatt-farmers-market3. Hyatt Farmers Market

Located inside in the open air middle of the complex, it’s a beautiful setting. Bigger than King’s Village, many of the same vendors are here as well. Local coffees, honey, varieties of nut butters, along with the delicious snacks you can hold as you walk – or sit by the waterfall here.


Address: 2424 Kalakaua Ave, Waikiki
Hours: Thursday, 4:00PM – 8:00PM

4. People’s Open Market – Old Stadium Mall (Moiliili)

Smaller, more of a stop and browse, but a great way for visitors to sample local favorite sweets & snacks like Poke & Malasadas, along with produce, in Waikiki. Set up right in the entrance off Kaiulani St, you can’t miss it. Definitely worth a stop to grab something on your way.


Address: 2237 S King St, Honolulu 96818
Hours: Wed, 8:15-9:15 AM

5. Manoa Farmers Market

Another one on the small side, but it can be combined with a trip to Manoa Falls or just to check out this historic Hawaii neighborhood with many vintage houses. Contained in the Manoa Marketplace shopping center so there’s more to see once you’re finished browsing the market.


Address: 2753 Woodlawn Dr, Honolulu 96822
Hours: Tuesday & Sunday, 7:00AM – 11:00AM

6. Makiki Farmers Market

The booths stand in the front area of St. Clements church, near Punahou School. Right in the middle of a neighborhood, so parking can be tough at times. Not one of the larger markets, but grabbing a good meal and walking across the street to Makiki Park to enjoy it with the sunset is a nice bookend to the day.


Address: 1515 Wilder Ave, Honolulu 96822
Hours: Thursday, 4:30PM – 7:30PM

7. Kakaako Farmers Market

Laid out inside the Ward Warehouse mall so parking is easy and you can check out its shops at the same time. Lots of locally grown produce to buy here. Not as large as KCC’s, but less crowded so locals have started going here more. They like having more room and time to talk with vendors here, so the experience is more engaging. If you prefer that, too, this is your market.


Address: 1050 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu 96814
Hours: Saturday, 8:00AM – 12:00PM

8. Honolulu Farmers Market

Held on the lawn of the Blaisdell Concert Hall, it’s easy to spot. Parking is free at the Center, so you’re good to go. Food booths are big here, with some local restaurants represented. Families bring towels & chairs to sit and enjoy their meals at sunset. All the usual farmer’s market offerings, of course.


Address: 777 Ward Ave, Honolulu 96814
Hours: Wednesday, 4:00PM – 7:00PM

9. Kaiser Farmer Market

Geared more to the medical center’s clientele as they go in and out, there aren’t a lot of vendors, but the quality is higher. This is actually just one of the markets held at Kaiser centers on Oahu.


Address: 1010 Pensacola Ave, Honolulu 96814
Hours: Thursday, 4:30PM – 7:30PM

10. Fort Street Mall Farmers Market

The market sets up on the pedestrian mall downtown that used to be Fort St. Regulars swear that sometimes, but not always, the produce selection has more variety than even KCC. Get some real local food here, too, because they cater to the work crowd.


Address: Fort Street Mall Between King St & Hotel St
Hours: Tuesday & Friday, 7:00AM – 2:00PM

11. Kekaulike Market

Want a real local Hawaii experience? Kekaulike is a brick-and-mortar market in Chinatown with numerous booths and tight aisles. It’s a lot of fun to check out the busy inside – and outside – with buyers intent on a good deal and sellers determined to get a good profit. If you want to see a truly unique side of Island life, set your GPS for here. Touring Chinatown is a treat as well.


Address: 1039 Kekaulike St, Honolulu, HI 96817

Hours: Monday to Saturday, 9:00AM – 5:00PM

12. Pearlridge Farmers Market

Speaking of Pearlridge, it has a great market, too. You’ll even find organic meats for sale at this one. It has consistently grown, without getting too crowded, so locals love it. There’s even live Hawaiian music to enjoy as you browse! This just might be THE one to check out if you could only do one. Plenty of shopping at the Mall to enjoy afterward.


Address: 98-130 Pali Momi St, Aiea, HI 96701
Hours: Saturday, 8:00AM – 12:00PM

13. Mililani Farmers Market

Every Sunday you’ll find this event at Mililani High School with free parking available in their lot. You’ll need to walk to the end of the parking lot and down the stairs to get to the site itself, so be aware. Mililani is another of the mid-sized market entries, with 15 to 20 vendors each week.


Address: Mililani HS, 95-1200 Meheula Pkwy, Mililani 96789
Hours: Sunday, 8:00AM – 11:00AM

14. Makeke Kapolei

Not especially large – 15 to 20  vendors – this market in Oahu’s ‘2nd City, is famous for the friendliness of its vendors, so the welcome mat is out. Also notable for often having activities for the keiki (kids) so the little ones have some fun while you look around. If you’re out in West Oahu, mark your Thursday calendar.


Address: Kapolei High School, 91-5007 Kapolei Pkwy, Kapolei 96707
Hours: Thursday, 3:00PM – 6:30PM

15. Mahiku Farmers Market (Ewa Beach)

Mahiku runs a few events around the Island, including the ones at King’s Village & Hyatt in Waikiki (see above). This is their entry on the West side of Oahu. With usually 7 or 8 vendors total, it’s the smallest of their markets.


Address: 5105 Iroquois Ave, Ewa Beach 96706
Hours: Wednesday, 3:00PM – 7:00PM

16. Waialua People’s Market

If you’re not a fan of crafts and food booths in your farmer’s markets, this is a good one for you. Almost exclusively produce, that does limit its size, but it has its devotees. The farmers and vendors are happy to give you tips on cooking & preparing your purchases, which attendees love. Like some conversation & knowledge with your produce? Come to Waialua.


Address: 67-106 Kealohanui St, Waialua, HI 96791
Hours: Wednesday, 4:30PM – 7:00PM; Saturday 8:30PM – 2:00PM

17. Haleiwa Farmers Market

You might have known this market from it’s old location right in Haleiwa town itself. It’s the same event, just moved over to Waimea Valley. Keep in mind that a lot of people come to see the waterfalls here, so parking can be hard.


Address: 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, 96712
Hours: Thursday, 3:00PM – 7:00PM

18. North Shore Country Market

A smaller one, but a longer history than most since it’s been going since 1994. Like some of the others it’s held on school grounds, this one at Sunset Elementary. It varies between 10 to 20 vendors, but it’s always a good experience as you see another side of Oahu up on the North Shore.


Address: Sunset Beach Elem, 59-360 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa 96712
Hours: Saturday, 8:00AM – 2:00PM

19. BYU Hawaii Farmers Market

BYU Hawaii isn’t just the host, they take an active part in their market. You’ll see herbs and produce from BYU’s own garden for sale right alongside the other vendors. Not only that, you can even try ‘Shine’, a new soap developed at & by BYU, now approved by the FDA.


Address: 55-220 Kulanui St., Aloha Center Mall, Room 155/165, Laie 96762
Hours: Every Other Friday, 10:30AM – 2:00PM

20. Windward Mall Farmer’s Market

A little different since the booths set up indoors, so you’re out of the elements and in the AC. Booths are on both mall levels so there’s plenty to see. Some are sceptical about whether most produce here is grown locally, but most love the food offerings and the comfortable setting. Maybe not as authentic, but still a good time in the largest mall on the Windward Side.


Address: 46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe, HI 96744
Hours: Wednesday, 2:30PM – 7:30PM; Sunday, 10:00AM – 2:00PM

21. Kailua Farmers Market

This is as much a local get-together as a farmer’s market. Friends and neighbors catch up here and get dinner from one of the booths. A good balance of food offerings & produce so you get both in about equal proportion, though the food gets most of the praises. Live entertainment some weeks. Save yourself some time & frustration – park in the garage above the market & in front of Macys.


Address: 609 Kailua Rd, Kailua, HI 96734
Hours: Thursday, 5:00PM – 7:30PM

22. Kailua Town Farmers Market

This is the second of Kailua’s markets, held each Sunday morning in the parking lot of Kailua Elementary. Smaller than the Thursday one, some prefer it for being quieter and less crowded. It’s not completely quiet, as there’s always live music throughout the time it’s open.


Address: Kailua Elementary, 315 Kuulei Road, Kailua, HI 96734
Hours: Sunday, 8:30AM – 12:00PM

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