10月のオアフ島ローカルな”飲み・食べ”イベント

”飲み・食べ”イベント

”飲み・食べ”イベント

Nonstop Honoluluに掲載されていた10月にオアフ島で開催されるローカルの食のエベントを転載。

個人的にはHonoluluNight+Marketが気になるな~

  • Oct. 3: Oktoberfest - Premiere of New Beers
    Vice Nightclub
    Ward Centers, 1200 Ala Moana Blvd.
    5:30 p.m.
    Nonstop Honolulu and friends (that’s you!) try the lineup of new craft microbrews at Vice - made on-site by the former brewmeisters of Brew Moon and Alii Brewing - followed by live music and Inferno’s Wood Fire Pizza on special. Pau hana open to all (you again!)
  • Oct. 4: Downtown Decadence - Persimmon & Posh
    YWCA Laniakea
    1040 Richards St.
    5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
    Tickets: $60 for YWCA members, $65 non-members, $75 at the door; info here
    Gently used glam gowns, dreamy pupus by the chefs at Cafe Julia, tons of socializing fashionistas. Benefits programs at the YWCA
  • Oct. 6: Windward Hoolaulea
    Great Lawn, Windward Community College
    9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Ono ethnic food, craft and cultural demos, keiki activities and performances by Aaron Mahi, Teresa Bright, John Cruz, Chinky Mahoe’s halau and others
  • Oct. 10: More Joy
    Cafe Julia at the YWCA
    1040 Richards St.
    6 to 8 p.m.
    Tickets: $40 at www.joyofsake.com/morejoy
    Forty premium sake + tasting tips + live pizza station + heavy pupus. For sippers who didn’t get enough of the 359 bottles at July’s Joy of Sake
  • Oct. 13: Film & Food: Pop-up in the park with “Spirited Away”
    Mother Waldron Park
    Kakaako at Halekauwila and Cooke streets
    6 p.m.
    Film trailer here
    Food trucks + fans dressed up as their favorite Cosplay characters + a free screening of Hanao Miyazaki’s anime “Spirited Away,” also showing at the Hawaii International Film Festival. Bring your own blankets and beach chairs
  • Oct. 18: Chopsticks & Wine
    Hawaii Convention Center
    1801 Kalakaua Ave.
    5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
    Tickets: $125 online
    Alan Wong’s, Beachhouse at the Moana and three big steak houses headline a roster of 15 restaurants and hundreds of wines at this annual benefit. This year’s theme: Wine … and All that Jazz!
  • Oct. 20: Eat Out Kailua
    Enchanted Lake Elementary School
    770 Keolu Dr.
    4 to 8 p.m.
    The Windward side’s own monthly food truck confab, benefiting school programs and youth sports teams
  • Oct. 20: HonoluluNight+Market
    Auahi Street between Keawe and Coral streets
    7 p.m. to midnight
    Admission: $2 general, $15 premium with bar
    Kakaako’s new monthly street party/urban-fest brings fashion, art, retail, street food to an increasingly user-friendly hood
  • Oct. 25: World Pasta Day
    A PSA for my favorite food in the whole world: Somehow, people, somewhere, celebrate noodles!
  • Oct. 26: Eat the Street Fiesta Fest and Dias de los Muertos
    555 South St. between Halekauwila and Pohukaina
    4 to 9 p.m.
    Latin themes dominate food truck and vendor menus at the city’s mega-street food confab
  • Oct. 27: Kava Festival
    University of Hawaii at Manoa
    2545 McCarthy Mall
    9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    Info here
    Samples, preparation demos, awa plants and lots of booths celebrating the ancient drink. Bring your own lauhala or beach mat
  • Oct. 27: Hallowballoo Music & Arts Festival
    Honolulu Chinatown
    5:30 to 10 p.m.
    Fifteen thousand costumed revelers, 40-plus bands, 20-plus restaurants, clubs, boutiques and galleries, one cover for 10-plus clubs: Need we say more-
  • Oct. 27: Oahu Brewfest
    Paradise Cove at Ko Olina
    92-1089 Alii Nui Dr.
    6 to 9 p.m.
    Tickets: $60 at Kona Brewing Co., Auntie Pasto’s Kunia, Fujioka’s Market City and www.tix.com
    Craft beer tastings, food, fashion shows, Halloween costume and a cigar tent, all at seaside as the sun sets. Ah, October in Hawaii!

参照元:NonstopHonolulu

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