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#VoteHawaii

For the second year in a row, we are in the running for  Mobile Cuisine's, "Food Truck Blog of the Year". The contest is decided by state votes, which leaves Hawaii with a distinct disadvantage based on the numbers. But what they don't factor in is our Aloha Spirit! Texas may have 25million more people than we do in Hawaii, but as we say, ‘A‘ole pilikia. No ...

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Go Big or Go Home!

I'm sure you're familiar with the old saying "Go Big or Go Home". Well, Street Grindz and One Hundred Thirty are doing just that at our next Eat The Street event. The "musubi" has been a staple grab-and-go snack in Hawaii for many years, dating back to World War II. This handheld delicacy is usually palm sized and gone in just a few bites... but not this ...

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Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos at Eat The Street this Friday

Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. It is particularly celebrated in Mexico, where the day is a bank holiday. The celebration takes place on ...

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Hawaii Perks want to know, Whats your favorite Hawaii food truck?

We've been partners with Hawaii Perks for our Eat The Street and Honolulu Night + Market events to offer our cardholders a deal for each of our amazing food truck vendors. We will be using Hawaii Perks at all of our Eat The Street events (replacing the "Malama Card"). If you have not already picked up your FREE Hawaii Perks card, stop by their booth at Eat The ...

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Decades of food truck history in Hawaii

Hawaii has had a rich history of meals on wheels dating back to the 70's with the introduction of the "Manapua Man" You remember the Manapua Man, right? Well... maybe not. These days the once unavoidable Manapua Man is only in small scattered neighborhoods, but although the numbers have dwindled, its business as usual for this microcosm of food and wares. Much ...

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