Comfort food, soul food and quintessentially American dishes like burgers and ribs ruled at June’s Eat the Street
Lechon hot dogs, tomato cheese ramen and s’mores won ton poppers? Eat the Street comes home to the U.S.A.
With the theme of Hawaii, May’s Eat the Street at Kakaako Waterfront Park celebrated the unique and wonderful foods we know as “local grinds”
Pack your picnic blankets and appetites: Eat the Street Hawaii moves one block makai in Kakaako this Friday
Lumpia, adobo, balut and other Filipino favorites were the stars of the newly relocated Eat the Street, held Friday at Kakaako Gateway Park
Eat the Street held its last event at the 555 South Street location Friday, with vendors making creative musubi, plus sweet and savory Japanese food
Eat the Street vendors got out their woks and got creative Friday with Chinese-themed offerings and noodles, noodles, noodles
Eat the Street’s most popular theme ever returned, with chocolate-covered bacon, bacon wrapped meat, bacon toppings, bacon cupcakes and more