Kaua'i Community Market
Kaua'i's largest weekly farmer's market, the Kaua'i Community Market hosts a variety of produce, prepared foods, and fresh cuisine. And of course, our nuts!
Located in the parking lot at Kaua'i Community College in Lihue, you can't miss the array of tents and food trucks on the north side of Kuhio Highway just west of Lihue.
Joel can help you find just the right bag or bags of nuts at our booth on the northeast corner next to the Sugarloaf Pineapple booth. Lots of free samples and plenty of bad puns at our tent!
Check out some of our friends and fellow vendors!
Talk to Steve at Salty Wahine for amazing flavored salts and seasonings.
Paulie's Pineapple Phrosties, a non-dairy vegan ice-cream made of 100% Sugarloaf Pineapple are a crowd favorite, and the pineapples themselves are to die for, you can sample them right next to our nuts at the Sugarloaf Pineapple booth.
Ursa at Midnight Bear Breads out of Hanapepe serves up delectable pastries and skillfully crafted loaves of artisan bread. You'll always see the other vendors waiting "patiently" for her to set up the pastry cabinet before the market gets underway.
Makaweli Meat Company puts together pre-made meat packs for your dinner and offers up ranch to table meats raised on Kaua'i and, amazingly enough, the forbidden island of Ni'ihau, where Hawai'ians raise lamb and barge it over weekly.
Uncle D himself is slangin' his local take on traditional style BBQ sauces. He is a wealth of knowledge for all things BBQ related and has the southern roots to back it up. He also has a signature moustache, how many of you can say that?
Naikela Botanicals offers superfood tea powders that can be added to water to make a delicious drink or to recipes to enhance your food.
Have you heard of the healing power of Noni? This traditional Hawai'ian fruit has been used by Polynesians for generations to promote health and well-being. Try a sample for yourself and feel the magic.
Elizabeth introduced us to our first pet betta, Goat. Her award winning fish are absolutely beautiful. RIP Goat. Long live Kaua'i Bettas!
We would have trouble featuring every vendor here, but suffice to say there is an endless variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables, fresh foods, and tons of fun to be had at the Kaua'i Community Market. If you are a vendor and want to be featured, or if I got something wrong or just plain forgot some important detail, please yell at me here.