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Indoor Farmers Market at Hyatt Regency, Waikiki


One of the cool things about being at the Hyatt Regency in Waikiki is being able to enjoy the Farmers Market they hold every Tuesday and Thursday nights from 4-8 pm. We hit it right after watching the amazing Hula Show on Kuhio Beach. We should have gone earlier, as we only had an hour after the show. It still worked out well though. I was happy that they not only have great food, they also have craft tables.

Hyatt-Farmers-Market-CraftsVegetables were in abundance, but what I enjoyed the most was the fresh fruit. Love it all, especially the pineapple. They even had papaya salad for sale, tapioca pudding, guava bread, taro bread, pastries, Masaladas and big cinnamon buns. 

Hyatt-Farmers-Market-FruitLike I said earlier, there were even stands with jewelry, jams, butter, nuts (another one of my favorites) candles and soaps. Since I have a ton of candles still, I refrained from buying more, but lost the battle with the bath salts and soaps. They all smelled so good, especially all of the ones that smelled fruity.

Hyatt-Farmers-Market-Bath-SaltsThe one thing that was a little bit of a disappointment was no hot food to buy (unless they had stopped by the time we got there). We hadn't had dinner yet and I was hoping to grab something while we were walking around and shopping. The silver lining in Farmers Market was that many of the food vendors gave out samples. It wasn't a lot, obviously, but it helped I really enjoyed trying many different flavored macadamia nuts from the vendor below. I didn't even know they had flavored ones. Yummy.

Hyatt-Farmers-Market-NutsOne last thing you have to do while at the Farmers Market at the Hyatt is to visit the Lucky Cat exhibit. This fun interactive display distributes clever sayings and fortunes throughout the day.  Here is a picture of my husband Gene with the huge kitty. Looks like it was petting him instead of him petting it, lol. Too funny. 


We had a nice time walking around and talking to the many vendors. It was very interesting finding out about their food and products. I liked how proud they were in the fact that their products were grown or made using local ingredients found in Hawaii. Truly authentic and well appreciated. You should definitely check it out when you are in Waikiki. 




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This market is a really interesting idea, especially since visitors in resort areas sometimes end up eating only what's served, and don't visit local markets. In Hawaii, where there are so many different fruits we don't see in the rest of the U.S., that's especially a shame!

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Hi there Pheymont. It was really interesting and different. I actually work with someone here in CO who has an aunt that works at the hotel next door to the Hyatt.  While visiting with her, she told us she usually grabs some fresh fruit and veggies every week. She says it is much better than at the store. Look forward to going the next time we are in the area. Thanks for your comment.

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