HONOLULU, HAWAII – Eat the Street turns a year old this month, and what better way to celebrate than with a birthday luau? Join all of the festivities at Eat the Street’s Luau Food Truck Festival Friday, January 27, from 4:00 – 9:00 p.m. in Kaka’ako.
Brought to you by StreetGrindz.com, in partnership with Kamehameha Schools and Nonstop Honolulu, this month’s culinary adventure features an endless array of savory dishes, and Hawaiian-style activities, music, entertainment! Shogunai’s DJ crew will also be spinning some great beats while Lightsleepers hosts the monthly art battle.
Past events have brought crowds of thousands to Hawaii’s most ono food truck and street food vendor festival, which features more than 30 of the best food trucks and street vendors in Honolulu.
Food trucks expected to dish out grindz include Kai’s Pasteles, India Café, Koi 808, Elena’s Restaurant, Extreme Tacos, Ono Pops, Simply Ono, Hawaii’s Fried Musubi, Chimney Cakes, Alonzo’s, Why’s, Grandma G’s Kitchen and Soul Patrol, among others.
Join us for “Luau” on Friday, January 27 for Eat the Street’s next food truck festival at 805 Ala Moana Blvd. in Kaka’ako, from 4:00-9:00 p.m. Admission to Eat the Street is FREE. There is plenty of parking on Ilalo Street next to the venue and on the street.
Eat the Street hosts food truck rallies the last Friday of every month featuring a diverse range of food vendors. For more information on Eat the Street, please visithttp://hawaiipacificentertainment.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=e67980652c31f98ee8ea3fa2d&id=cd1bd7165e&e=971db0fc11. You can also follow us on Facebook at Eat-The-Street-Kaka’ako. For more information, call 808-780-9288.
About StreetGrindz.com – StreetGrindz.com is a resource to Hawaii’s residents and guests who are looking for a colorful and eclectic alternative to the food scene here in the islands. We host large and small food truck events including Eat the Street. We also assist organizers, businesses and schools in booking events and catering needs. We provide a social media connection between the vendors and their customers, offering location and menu information daily by way of Twitter. At StreetGrindz.com we believe that Hawaii’s mobile food industry is an untapped dining experience that both locals and tourists alike could enjoy discovering and we want to be at the forefront of sharing that with everyone.