Start your morning of at the locally loved and truly intriguing Hilo Farmers Market, the twice weekly outdoor open-air market. This market takes place each Wednesday and Saturday on the corners of Kamehameha and Mamo Street, from 6 am to 4 pm. There are over 200 local vendors here, each providing the very best in local and fresh produce, artisan foods, local handicrafts, and more. Enjoy exploring all the wonderfully local, handmade jewelry, baked goods, and even family-owned food trucks, a year-round local island shopping paradise that goes by the motto "from dawn till it’s gone."
There are several different sections to Hilo’s Farmer's Market for you and your group to explore, including such popular areas as the indoor food court, souvenir and apparel section, produce/food/flower section, arts and crafts/retail, picnic tables, lunch Wagon Lane, and Farmers Music Corral (featuring various live and local tunes). Be sure to bring plenty of cash for all the amazing fresh food and craft options here, wear good walking shoes, and your sense of adventure. You may also want to check online before coming for any seasonal notices, in-season fruit and vegetable lists, and new vendor information and application. Our suggestion? Save time to go stop by the Green Papaya Salad Food Truck, your taste buds and stomach will thank you!