Food Events

Street Grindz is the premier resource for the mobile food community in Hawaii. With events such as Eat The Street and Honolulu Night Market we help thousands of eaters find the best mobile food on Oahu every month. Our family friendly events celebrate art, music and of course FOOD! If your hungry for the best street food in Hawaii come to Eat The Street, Honolulu Night Market or our food venue Taste Table to fill up. And if your a mobile food vendor looking to share your food with the Street Grindz community sign up below and get plugged in.

Catering Support

Are you looking for an affordable full service catering for private events such as 1st birthdays, anniversaries, family reunions, corporate events and other gatherings. If so, let Street Grindz Catering bring the popularity of Eat The Street to your event without breaking your bank. To contact one of our event planners and get access to the top mobile food vendors send your info to [email protected]

Vendor Consultant

Are you thinking of starting a mobile food business or do you have one now and would like some support? Street Grindz can help with all aspects of your business from concept to cooking. Marketing, menus, technology, financing and when you are ready we will plug you into Hawai'i's thriving mobile food community.


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About us

Street Grindz is a resource to Hawaii’s residents and guests who are looking for an eclectic alternative to the island food scene. We host both large and small food truck events including our monthly Eat the Street, where crowds of thousands come to sample food from over 40 of Hawaii’s best mobile food vendors. We also assist corporations, small businesses and schools in booking events and catering needs.

Our mission

At Street Grindz, we believe that Hawaii’s mobile food industry is an untapped dining experience that many can enjoy. We want to be at the forefront of sharing it with our community, while improving and creating successful business opportunities for local entrepreneurs.

We believe that passionate, local entrepreneurs are the key to creating a sustainable future and we will do everything in out power to help them build a better world.

Our experience

In 2010, Street Grindz began as a small, humble event planning service, which gave birth to Hawaii’s first large-scale, organized mobile food truck event. Street Grindz sparked the growth of local food truck popularity, which continues to this day. Since then, Street Grindz has now become the state’s largest recurring events management company, now responsible for three of the most popular recurring events on Oahu - Eat the Street, Honolulu Night Market & Art After Dark.


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STREET GRINDZ CLOSES MAKERS AND TASTERS, EAT THE STREET MOVES TO KAKA‘AKO PARK

(HONOLULU, HI) Street Grindz will be closing their Makers and Tasters food park on Friday January 27th and moving their popular Eat The Street food event to Kaka‘ako Park. Street Grindz has been operating Makers and Tasters at the former Fisherman's Wharf location, now owned by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Ongoing rainouts and bad weather coupled with difficulties acquiring building permits to offer covering for patrons, were cited among several challenges in making the marketplace sustainable.

Since launching in 2015, Makers and Tasters has featured a mix of daily food truck vendors as well as numerous special events, fundraisers and concerts. Over 100 different small businesses have participated at the food park and marketplace, which was a first of its kind on O‘ahu.

“We've been working to grow Honolulu's mobile food industry since 2010 and our goal has always been to provide as much opportunity and exposure for small businesses and entrepreneurs. This change is really a move back to our roots of organizing community events throughout the island. There are many established food vendors and quite a few who are up and coming with a variety of great tastes, craft and products. We want to create events where the public can come and try all the wonderful tastes and creations our local entrepreneurs are coming up with. We encourage everyone to find us and support the many small local businesses we will continue to feature,” said Poni Askew, CEO and Founder of Street Grindz.

The last Eat the Street event at Makers & Tasters will be on January 27th and will have a Lu‘au theme celebrating the 6th year of Eat the Street events. Paul’s Poppers, La Roux, Aloha Pops and 40 other local food vendors will be on hand to mark the occasion. Eat the Street will then debut on February 24th at Kaka’ako Park as a weekly event featuring food vendors, retailers, crafters, packaged goods and locally made items. For leeward residents, Kapolei A Go Go will continue every Tuesday at The Villages of Kapolei for dinner, offering a smaller and more frequent version of Eat the Street.

For a complete schedule of upcoming events please visit www.streetgrindz.com find them Facebook and Instagram @ Street Grindz.

Important Dates:


January 27th 5pm-10pm Last Eat the Street at Makers & Tasters
January 31st 3pm-7pm Kapolei A Go Go at The Villages of Kapolei
February 24th 5pm-10pm New Eat the Street at Kaka’ako Park

 

Eat the Street Food Truck Rally

Eat The Street food truck rally happens on the last Friday of each month and is located at 555 South St. in Kaka'ako an up and coming part of Honolulu. Each month this event regularly attracts more than 7,000 people eager to sample the best street food Hawai'i has to offer.

Honolulu Night Market

Each quarter the streets of Kaka'ako come alive. Many activities can be found at this free night time open market, such as a monthly fashion show featuring some of Hawai'i's hottest designers and popular stylists. A 5,000 sq ft warehouse shopping experience, live music, 2 bars, art, kids zone and of course plenty of street food vendors.

Street Grindz Institute

The purpose of the Street Grindz Institute is to help those interested in starting a mobile food business navigate local regulations and learn the best practices of the industry. After completing our program new and existing vendors can plug in to a network of events and catering opportunities.

Coming Soon

Kapolei A-Go-Go happens every Tuesday from 3p - 7p. Kapolei A-Go-Go is a neighborhood sized weekly popup featuring Eat The Street vendors at the Villages of Kapolei rec-center. Each week there are different fun themes including Noodles, Taco, Doggy Date Night and more.

Honolulu Night Market Xtreme! Featuring Red Bull X-Fighters Jams, Xtreme Fashion and Food!

Honolulu Night Market Goes Xtreme!

The title says it all, crowds were amazed as the Red Bull X-Fighters Jams athletes Keith Sayers, Wes Agee, and 3-time X-Games Gold Medalist Ronnie Renner took the streets of Kaka'ako to preform FMX gravity-defying jumps and stunts. Along with xtreme sports the night market was full of xtreme food, fashion, music and art.

The Honolulu Night Market is free open market that happens on the 3rd Saturday of every month in the streets of Kaka'ako, an up and coming urban district of Honolulu. Each month you will find Fashion, Shopping, Food, Music, Art, Kids zone and more from 6pm to 11pm. For upcoming themes and vendors or to see what happened last month visit the Honolulu Night Market site.


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