Grand Opening Events March 17 and 18
Tabora Gallery: The public is invited to attend grand opening festivities March 17 and 18 from 7-9 p.m. for an artist meet-and-greet session and more. Tabora Gallery opens March 17 and has been offering the top art collections from Hawaii’s local and internationally renowned artists for more than 18 years. Showcasing the islands, the Gallery features more than 15 artists specializing in original oil, watercolor and acrylic paintings, limited editions, open editions, and sculpture in bronze and glass. Located on Level 2, Banyan Court.
New Shopping and Dining Options Now Open:
- Magnolia Ice Cream: The local-favorite Magnolia has served tropical ice cream and Filipino cuisine for American audiences since 1969. Made in California since 1972, with genuine California milk and the finest fruit, Magnolia offers exotic flavors such as halo halo, ube and lychee. Located on Level 2, Mauka Court near Saks Fifth Avenue.
- Sand People: Offering a curated collection of coastal-inspired home décor, specialty gifts and one of the largest showcases of local jewelry from artists across the Hawaiian islands, Sand People was founded 30 years ago by husband and wife team, Scott and Laura Phillipson. Located on Level 2, Banyan Court.
- Yauatcha: This innovative dining experience combining dim sum, tea, cocktails and European patisserie is the first of its kind in Hawaii. Located on Level 3, Grand Lanai.
Matinee Hula Performances
To celebrate Prince Kuhio festivities, join us March 25 and 26 for matinee hula performances at 3 p.m. along with daily sunset shows at 6:30 p.m. Be immersed in an unforgettable storytelling performance told through Hawaiian and Polynesian song and dance that honors the Royal Family, along with stories, traditions and culture of this special gathering place.
Discounted parking will be offered from Saturday, March 25 to Monday, March 27. This includes a four hour validation with a $10 minimum purchase at any International Market Place store or restaurant.
Grand Lanai Restaurants Join Localicious Campaign
Eat local and support local all month long! International Market Place is proud to support the Hawaii Agricultural Foundation’s (HAF) 2017 Localicious Hawaii Campaign, which runs through March 31. Participating restaurants include Flour & Barley, Eating House 1849 and STRIPSTEAK. Each restaurant has designated one or more “Localicious Dish” that incorporates 100 percent, locally grown, caught or raised ingredients. For every dish sold, $1 will be donated to help fund HAF’s Veggie U program, which supports agricultural education for Hawaii students.
Embark on a Cultural Journey
Grab your smartphone and go! Guests can engage in the rich history and storied culture of International Market Place by scanning the educational photo plaques that are placed throughout the center. Answer questions, complete your journey, and guests can earn exclusive offers.
For more information, visit ShopInternationalMarketPlace.
About International Market Place
Located in the heart of Waikiki, International Market Place is a world-class shopping, dining and entertainment destination featuring a curated mix of upscale and lifestyle brands, and the first Saks Fifth Avenue in Hawaii. The shopping center is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Operating hours for restaurants will vary. For ease of access, the center provides 700 parking spaces and convenient valet parking. For more information, visit shopinternationalmarketplace.