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Eat the Street organizers launch Street Grindz: Kewalo

Street Grindz: Kewalo Street Grindz: Kewalo
Street Grindz: Kewalo Street Grindz: Kewalo
KAKAAKO, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

By: Jamie Lee

Eat the Street organizers this week announced the opening of Street Grindz: Kewalo, a daily pop-up that will offer food from some of Eat the Street's most popular food trucks and vendors. 

The food pop-up will operate every day from 10a.m – 10p.m. The event is located at 1011 Ala Moana Blvd. where Fisherman's Wharf once stood. Free parking will be along the site. 

Street Grindz plans to have 12-15 different food vendors at each event.

"It's really building the community of small local businesses and giving them the venue to show their wears and to show what they can do," said Natalie Aczon, project manager for Street Grindz. 

Organizers hope to attract both tourists and locals to the new location. 

“We are excited to pop up in Kewalo and stay close to our Kakaako roots,” said Poni Askew, CEO of Street Grindz. “Doing so will allow us to continue to give back to our community and provide a place for them to operate everyday and sell their tasty goods.” 

For more information, visit www.streetgrindz.com 

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