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Sundays, 8:30 am - 12:00 noon Kailua Elementary School 315 Kuulei Road, KailuaTown Farmers' Market is situated in the heart of one of the islands most charming communities. Enjoy a lazy Sunday morning wandering the aisles for the freshest island fruits and vegetables, delicious prepared foods and artistic treats. Relax in the open-air café while listening to live music, share pastry fresh out of the oven, sip Hawaii Grown coffee, and enjoy the island vibe.

Sundays, 8:30 am - 12:00 noon Kailua Elementary School 315 Kuulei Road, KailuaTown Farmers' Market is situated in the heart of one of the islands most charming communities. Enjoy a lazy Sunday morning wandering the aisles for the freshest island fruits and vegetables, delicious prepared foods and artistic treats. Relax in the open-air café while listening to live music, share pastry fresh out of the oven, sip Hawaii Grown coffee, and enjoy the island vibe.

Kalapawai Market » Pick up sandies or snacks for beach days

KALAPAWAI MARKET is located at the entrance to beautiful Kailua Beach Park and is only minutes away from world famous Lanikai Beach.

What to eat in Honolulu: Oxtail pho!   From the Pig & the Lady at the Saturday KCC Farmers Market. Mmmm :)  You can also find their new restaurant on King St. in Chinatown. Highly recommended!  #honolulu #hawaii #foodie

What to eat in Honolulu: Oxtail pho! From the Pig & the Lady at the Saturday KCC Farmers Market. Mmmm :) You can also find their new restaurant on King St. in Chinatown. hand cut pho noodles topped with bacon and brisket!

Kailua Beach Guide from KailuaVacationRentals.net - The Internet's most complete guide to America's Best Beach in Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii

The Internet's most complete guide to America's Best Beach in Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii

Ever tried the world famous Malasadas from Leonard's Bakery in #Hawaii? Here's how to make them at home.

Malasadas

Oahu: Grab breakfast at Leonard's Bakery (since just outside Waikiki, is the place for malasadas—Portuguese doughnuts stuffed with cream (pineapple, coconut) or dusted with sugar.

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