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The Hawaii-Japan connection was out in full-flavor at Eat The Street for Japan as more than 3000 Honolulu foodies gathered in a Kakaako parking-lot last Friday night to savor great food and share their support for Japan.

Out in Full-Flavor!

Bits and bites from Eat The Street for Japan

Vendors2Eat The Street For Japan was Hawaii’s ultimate mix-plate mash-up. Zarie’s Mediterranean Cuisine, Hula Shrimp Co. and Malia’s Pasteles and Poke exemplify the diversity of cultures and tastes present that night. Only in Hawaii would you find poke and pasteles being sold from the same truck!

Many of the 32 mobile mavens and indie food vendors incorporated Japanese ingredients on their menus. Ono Pops donated sales from their popular Ume Thai Basil pops to the Red Cross as did Fairy Cakes who sold Furikake Rice Crispy Treats. Hank’s Haute Dogs took the Hawaii approach, serving a Portuguese sausage dog and donating 100% of the sales to relief efforts.

While the final count is yet to be determined, to date more than $8000 in donations were collected that night.

Eat The Street is a recurring mobile feast created by Poni Askew founder of StreetGrindz.com.

Is a statewide campaign comprised of local businesses, community groups, public officials and individuals working together to help support disaster relief efforts in Japan.

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