Fresh fruit, local pastries, and artisan meats are just a few of the gems that you’ll be able to find at the Haleiwa Farmer’s Market. Every Thursday, this eclectic market sets up shop on the beautiful grounds of Waimea Valley. This farmer’s market felt a bit more festive than your typical farmer’s market. Maybe it was the fresh acoustic sounds of Paul Izak filling the air. Or the smell of the macadamia nut sticky buns. Whatever it was, I realized quickly that the Haleiwa Farmer’s Market was the farmer’s market to be at.
What would a farmer’s market be without fresh fruit?
Flipping some burgers.
Mmm, blueberry lilikoi and macadamia nut sticky buns.
Paul Izak performs. I dug his music.
I dug his music so much that I ended up buying his CD. Good stuff. $10 well spent.
Some artisanal Hawaiian salts.
I was surprised to see our friends from The Whole Ox and Meatball (both restaurants unfortunately closed down). It was nice to see them in their element with Link, selling handcrafted artisan meats.
The Haleiwa Farmer’s Market takes place every Thursday from 3pm to 7pm in Waimea Valley. We highly recommend that you check them out!
Haleiwa Farmers Market
59-864 Kamehameha Highway