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I have gone to the Hale'iwa farmers' market several times over the years and every time is a different experience - different vendors, products, produce and other good eats. Again like other markets one has to shop around for the "good deals". The produce tends...More
A nice market in a picturesque setting. A good selection of organic produce and products. I recommend the ginger shots and mango sticky rice. Definitely worth stopping by if you are in the North Shore area.
A visit to this Farmers Market was an all round pleasant experience. We were lucky enough to be staying a few night just the other side of Haleiwa so only a short drive home.
The location of the market in the Waimea Valley Botanic Gardens...More
The Haleiwa Farmer's Market is not in Haleiwa proper (it's at Waimea Valley Park, about four miles NE of town) and there aren't many farmers (only three when we visited). However, the surroundings are very pleasant, and there were 20 food and drink vendors when...More
We went to the farmers market. First of all it is open 2pm to 6pm not 3pm to 7pm like the website says. It is extremely busy and hard to walk around, especially with a stroller. We tried a couple pastries and a tomato basil...More
Haleiwa, in Hawaiian comes from Hale or house and Iwa or Bird, so it translates to "Home of the bird". The town of Haleiwa is a very picturesque place with plenty of stores, restaurants and art galleries. It is home to Surf-N-Sea, the oldest Surf...More
Honestly the market had a better variety and more produce available when it was located closer to Hale'iwa. Three stars for what's available and four stars for the new location. Mostly stands selling food to eat like wood fired oven pizza, thai, falafel, burgers, and...More
Typical farmer's market with locally grown produce and local artisans. The setting in the Waimea Falls Park is very nice however, due to limited space, it tended to be crowded and difficult to get around in while pushing a stroller.