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Guide to Restaurant Week 2019 at International Market Place

Discounts, special menus and more at this Waikiki foodie spot
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Bring your appetite: For Restaurant Week Hawaii 2019, nine eateries at International Market Place are offering specials and limited-edition dishes from Nov. 15-24. 

Don't forget, when you spend $10 anywhere at International Market Place, you can get your first hour of parking validated free and your second, third and fourth hours are only $2 each.

Eating House 1849 by Chef Roy Yamaguchi

Smoked ahi dip crostini appetizer

Level 3, Grand Lanai
924-1849
http://www.restaurantweekhawaii.com/restaurant/eatinghouse-imp
Open daily: Lunch 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Dinner 5-9 p.m.

Eating House 1849 at International Market Place is offering a two-course lunch for $29 and a three-course dinner for $39. For lunch, start off with a smoked ahi dip crostini appetizer, then choose your entree: chicken "kamameshi" (hijiki, charred shishito peppers and inari), crab cake salad (romaine, Ho Farm tomatoes and Eating House 1000 Dressing) or pastele stew (sunny-side-up egg, pork belly and chicharrones). Dinner begins with smoked tako poke, then choose from udon "palabok" (Bristol scallop, shrimp and chicharrones), braised short rib and tripe stew (cilantro, pearl onions and fried garlic) and sous vide pork chops (sinigang jus, marrungay gremolata and garlic fried rice). End your meal on a sweet note with ube roll cake, which features condensed milk whipped cream and caramel crispies. 

Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza

Take your pick from a variety of pizzas at Flour & Barley

Level 3, Grand Lanai
892-2993
http://www.restaurantweekhawaii.com/restaurant/flour-and-barley
Sun-Thurs 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

For $35 per person, this pizza spot is offering a three-course meal. Choose from caprese, arugula and kale salad, or meatballs to start. Then take your pick from a variety of pizzas including margherita, calabrese, kalua pork and Genovese. Or opt for the shrimp and penne alla vodka pasta if you feel like eating noodles. Complete your meal with cannoli or tiramisu. 

Optional: Add a wine or beer pairing for $20 per person. 

Goma Tei

Char siu katsu udon with shredded char siu, onions, barbecue sauce, lemon sauce, soy sauce, scallions and a fish cake

Level 3, Grand Lanai
664-0363
http://www.restaurantweekhawaii.com/restaurant/gomatei-imp
Daily 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

Char siu katsu udon ($7.95) features shredded char siu mixed with onions in barbecue sauce, lemon sauce and soy sauce. It's slightly deep fried to create a crispy surface while still having a juicy inside. The dish comes with scallions and a fish cake.

Herringbone Waikiki

Caprese con mozzarella di bufala: Island cherry tomato, buffalo mozzarella and organic extra-virgin olive oil with balsamic pearls and basil foam

Level 3, Grand Lanai
797-2435
http://www.restaurantweekhawaii.com/restaurant/herringbone
Open daily: Dinner Sun-Thurs 5-10 p.m., Fri-Sat 5-11 p.m., Brunch: Fri-Sun 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Oyster Hour daily 4-6 p.m.

Herringbone's $55 three-course menu pays homage to its "fish meats field" coastal cuisine theme. Start off with a gift from the kitchen — miso cured foie gras au torchon with smoked sea salt and pao doce. The first course is your choice of The Avocado (avocado mousse, hamachi ceviche and crispy wonton) or caprese con mozzarella di bufala (island cherry tomato, buffalo mozzarella and organic extra-virgin olive oil with balsamic pearls and basil foam). The main course is your choice of hamachi kama misoyaki (braised Mari's Garden negi onion, Okinawan sweet potato, mochi dumplings, shiitake mushroom consomme and crispy mushroom) or Makaweli Kauai grass-fed boneless beef short rib (braised beef short rib, star anise demi-glace, roasted root vegetables and creamy polenta). End things on a refreshing note with lilikoi shave ice with coconut tapioca pearls, tropical fruit and crispy vanilla rice noodles. A wine pairing of three 3-ounce pours is available for $25. 

Kona Coffee Purveyors

Kouign Amann sundaes are back in assorted flavors

Level 1, Kuhio Avenue Entrance
450-2364
http://www.restaurantweekhawaii.com/restaurant/kona-coffee-purveyors
Daily 6 a.m.-10 p.m.

Kouign amann sundaes, feautring fior di latte ice cream and lightly sweetened whipped cream, are back for Restaurant Week Hawaii, but they're only available from 3-10 p.m. Choose from three flavors for $10 each:

  • Dirty chai pie sundae: Kona coffee kouign amann, KCP "chai latte" sauce, graham cracker crust crumble
  • Pumpkin hazelnut sundae: pumpkin kouign amann, salted caramel sauce, toasted chopped hazelnuts
  • Peanut butter & jelly sundae: "Fruit Jelly" kouign amann, peanut butter feuilletine, chocolate ganache sauce

Mi Almita Cantina

Tacos come with your choice of meat: Beef, pork, chicken, fish or shrimp

Level 1, Kuhio Avenue Entrance
377-6915
http://www.restaurantweekhawaii.com/restaurant/mi-almita-cantina
Open daily: Breakfast 8 a.m.-12 p.m., Lunch 12-5 p.m., Dinner 5-10 p.m., happy hour 12-5 p.m.

Ole! Mi Almita Cantina is featuring a "Fiesta Feast" dinner for two for $30. Share a chicharron de calamar appetizer to start, along with your choice of Hugo's Caesar Salad or Mercado Salad. Then enjoy two tacos per person (four total) and choose your meat: beef, pork, chicken, fish or shrimp. If you want to upgrade your fiesta experience, you can get two frozen margaritas for $10 more. 

ShoreFyre Fresh Grill and Bar

ShoreFyre poke made with Pacific line caught ahi poke

Level 3, Grand Lanai
672-2097
http://www.restaurantweekhawaii.com/restaurant/shorefyre
Daily Breakfast 8-11 a.m., Brunch 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Lunch/Dinner 2-10 p.m., Late night 10 p.m.-1:30 a.m.

Indulge in a fresh ahi poke duo sampler or ahi poke tacos for $10 each. The former features Pacific line caught ahi poke made in spicy and traditional styles. Optional: Make it a poke bowl for $1.25 more, or add avocado for $2 more. The nachos are made with crispy corn tortillas that are fried to order and filled with housemade wild-caught ahi tuna poke. 

StripSteak Waikiki by Chef Michael Mina

Indulge in the best of StripSteak with your choice of entree, Waipoli greens salad and a chocolate devil's food cake dessert

Level 3, Grand Lanai
800-3094
http://www.restaurantweekhawaii.com/restaurant/stripsteak
Daily 5-10 p.m.

The best of StripSteak is available for $59. Start off with Waipoli greens salad before choosing your entree of 8-ounce daily local catch, 10-ounce USDA prime New York strip or 18-ounce USDA prime 35 Dry-Aged Kansas City strip ($30 supplement). Accompaniments are available for an additional charge — U-10 diver scallop ($8), broiled Kona lobster tail ($25), Alaskan king crab Oscar ($18) and trio of sauces ($6). Indulge in a classic dessert to finish: chocolate devil's food cake with fresh strawberries and chocolate pearls.

The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina

You can get $10 off The Street's seven-item Party Pass

Level 1, Kuhio Avenue Entrance
377-4402
http://www.restaurantweekhawaii.com/restaurant/the-street
Open Mon-Wed 8 a.m.-9 p.m., Thurs-Sun 8 a.m.-10 p.m.

Enjoy $10 off The Street's 7-item Party Pass (regular $36.99) from Nov. 15 to 24 only. Choose from seven stations and two bars to experience The Street in the best way possible. Party Pass items include:

  • Adam's Nana Lu: Half slice pizza (pepperoni or cheese) with side Caesar salad 
  • Burger Hale: American classic slider
  • Beer & Be Merry: 16-ounce draft beer 
  • Indie Girl: Avocado toast with greens
  • Little Lafa: One lafa with choice of protein
  • Mi Almita Taqueria: One street taco (choice of protein)
  • Myna Bird Bar: Pina colada
  • Prawn Star: Two Kalbi-style ribs with coleslaw
  • The Ramen Bar: Mini bowl ramen (choice of shoyu, shio or miso)

International Market Place is at 2330 Kalakaua Ave. with parking entrance on Kuhio Avenue at Walina Street. For more information, visit International Market Place's website.