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Latin Nights

July 25, 2012   //1 comment



“Latin Nights” comes to life in Honolulu

Join our Destination Dining experience through South America right in the heart of Kaka’ako and
help make a child’s wish come true.

Honolulu’s leading urban food event organizer Street Grindz presents
‘Latin Nights’, the second in a series of events that will showcase Hawaii’s favorite food truck chef’s
in fully themed pop-up restaurants. Street Grindz is teaming up with Make-A-Wish® Hawaii to raise
fundstowards granting Wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Street Grindz
is committed to the goal of fully funding a wish through Make-A-Wish HaWaii’s Adopt-A-Wish
program and will continue to work with the organization in future pop-up events.

Power Team Eric Okamura and Windy Aubrey, the owners of Baja Style Food Truck have created an
authentic Latin Tapas menu for 3 nights only. Come see a raw Kal<a’ako Warehouse space transform
into a multi-sensory experience, including a mix of classical Spanish dances and entertainers. The 6
course pre-fixed Tapas menu will include exotic dishes like Tamales con Huitlacoche y Pollo
(tamales filled with corn truffle and smoke chicken). Experience an all you can drink Agua Fresca
bar made fresh with local fruit. Feed your mind, body and soul and help raise money to grant
wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses.

Latin Nights Pop Up Restaurant will be at the Auahi Business Center (683 Auahi St, Honolulu, Hl 96813). There will
be one seating at 6:30p on Aug 9-11. The event is BYOB and we will have a valet service available.
Tickets can be purchased for $75 at

About Street Grindz®: We’re here to connect Hawaii’s Street Food with the people!! Street Grindz
follows Hawaiì’s Food Truck movement. So, follow us on Facebook and Twitter @streetgrìndz. Or, check out our website at for more info.

About Make­A-Wish Hawaii: Make-A­Wish® Hawaii is a charitable non-profit organization Whose
purpose is to grant wishes to children who have been diagnosed with a life­threatening medical
condition. For more info, visit

I’m sure you’re all interested in the special one off menu for the night.



  1. Quesada Con Camarones
    (toasted cheese topped with shrimp)Mussels Sabrosa
    (green lip mussels on the half shell)
  2. Ensalada Tropical
    (arugula topped with fresh tropical fruit)
  3. Campenchana De Mariscos
    (seafood cocktail)Atun Ahumado
    (smoked ahi tuna with poblano chile and crema mexicanaChicharones Cubana
    (citrus and garlic infused, roasted pork belly with crispy skin)
  4. Barbacoa De Biria
    (slow baked goat in a mild red chile rub, topped with pickled onions)Nopales Salad con Tapenade
    (marinated cactus paddles topped with olive tapenadePescaditos
    (deep fried whole baby smelts)
  5. Tamale Con Huitlacoche Y Pollo
    (corn truffle and kiawe smoked chicken steamed in corn masa)Papillote De Pescado
    (baked fish layered with herbs and spices)Calamare Relleno A La  De Ajos
    (baked whole baby squid in a garlic sauce)
  6. Flan De Coco
    (coconut egg custard)Kalua Trifle
    (cakes and creme laced with kalua liquer)Cafe De Canela
    (cinnamon coffee)