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Shasha wrote a review Yesterday
Chino Valley, Arizona254 contributions3 helpful votes
The market stalls are piled with complete breakfast delights – bananas, mangos, melons of all sorts and many others we couldn’t identify. Buy a mango (and a knife) to enjoy the best breakfast in Hilo.
Date of experience: November 2020
traveling_with_kathy wrote a review Dec 2020
Lake Stevens, Washington1,059 contributions147 helpful votes
Drove to Hilo from Kona and my first stop was the Farmer’s Market. There were lots of tropical fruits, veggies and flowers. Great prices. I bought a big delicious papaya and a couple mini loaves of banana nut bread.
Date of experience: December 2020
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flashncrash wrote a review Oct 2020
Berkeley, California740 contributions387 helpful votes
Loved HFM. It was the perfect size even though, in some ways, it's a little split up. We came early and scored parking on the street. Checked out the clothes and bought a shirt/shorts combo for our grandson. Got some Hawaiian churros, spam musubi as well as some delicious papaya. The food area can get crowded but it is most definitely worth it to spend some time here.…
Date of experience: November 2019
psudino wrote a review Aug 2020
Weehawken, New Jersey3,163 contributions635 helpful votes
This is not a big commercial farmer's market. This is a small market that is run by farmers, and local crafters. When travelling, it's places like these that make a destination unique. Shop small and shop local.
Date of experience: March 2020
Brian H wrote a review Mar 2020
Minnetonka, Minnesota163 contributions42 helpful votes
It's only available on Wednesday & Saturday's, but it has a terrific array of fresh produce, as well as a large number of local artisans, so it is well worth the effort of getting there. Also, very likely because of the incredible amount of rainfall, along with the relatively cooler weather on the east side of the Island, in addition to all the tropical fruits found across the Island, we found many more items that we never saw in the other markets (parsley, dill, radishes, etc etc) …
Date of experience: February 2020