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Eat The Street: BACON [Photos]
Any day is a good day for BACON, but this month in Hawaii ...
And the winner is…
The time has come to announce the winner! We got the list down to ...
[Recap] Eat The Street: Philippines
It ended up being a windy and drizzly night at Eat The Street last ...

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In Response: “King Ca »

Ramen Burger eat your heart out, there's a new "King" of strange street food: The King Cake Burger I don't know how many of our local readers ...

Eat The Street: Chocolate I »

Mahalo to everyone who joined us last night for another great Eat The Street. For those of you who follow us on Instagram (@eatthestreet), we have taken ...

SMPL.StuffedBao-FI

Like Sample? – Chicken Adob »

SMPL: Chicken Adobo Meatball Bao Today's sample comes from popular Honolulu Pop-Up, Miso & Ale known for their gastropub inspired fare. Inspired by NYC restaurant Baohaus and it's  Chef ...

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Like Sample? – Bacon »

SMPL: Bacon Wrapped Furikake Chicken Today we check out Liquid Pleasure, the popular smoothie truck at Eat The Street. While they're better known for their drinks, the ...

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Whatcha Fillin’?

Whatcha Fillin’? »

Today, a brand new food truck hit the streets for the first time, and Street Grindz was on the scene to check it out. Whatcha Fillin’ is Hawaiis newest food truck to hit the streets of Honolulu, with another new and interesting concept.  They call them “Waffle Cakes”. Its their own adaptation of a japanese
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Papa was a Rollin’ Stone

Papa was a Rollin’ St »

In the last 3 weeks, another new truck has hit the street in Honolulu, and today we caught up with The Rollin’ Stone. You can find them Mon/Wed/Fri between Mililani St and Punchbowl (depending on where parking is available) While it looks like your pretty standard lunchwagon, but there are a couple of interesting differences. The
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Crave Okoy

Crave Okoy »

 We went down to one of our favorite food truck spots on the island. The parking lot across from the Blaisdell Center affectionately known as “Food Truck Alley”. We got there about an hour after opening, and as usual, people were already lined up for their favorite food trucks. This particular one, is brightly colored
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All Kine Grindz

All Kine Grindz »

Today for lunch we took a little stroll down to the confusingly named Mililani St, which of course is in downtown honolulu, not in Mililani like you might think. Confusing name aside, this location is a lunchtime haven for food trucks and street vendors. On any given day you can find between 1 and 3
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