Featuring the Slappy Kids skaters, young artists decorating the streets with tiny figurines, 808 Urban founder John "Prime" Hina’s childhood in Chinatown, Sailor Jerry, and the punk rock bands under the umbrella of Failed Orbits.
Chinatown is the place to be on the first Friday of every month. Filled with galleries, boutiques, hip cafes and restaurants featuring art exhibits and free entertainment, there's something for everyone. The party starts at 5 p.m. and continues into the late night at the trendiest bars in Honolulu.
1020 Smith Street | @sigonsmith
Welcoming Sig Zane's first O‘ahu shop to the streets of Chinatown. Sig on Smith carries the classic "Sig Aesthetic" that is inspired by Hawai'i's land, sea and native culture, as well as features prints and colors exclusive to the shop. Keep in mind that this boutique is only open on Fridays.
12 South King Street | (808) 585.5999
thedumbcoq.com | @thedumbcoq
Yes, it is pronounced how you think it is. Yes, it is delicious. And they have some rad customs artwork of stylized chickens in grim situations. If The Pig and The Lady or Livestock Tavern lines and reservation wait times are terrifying, look no further than The Dumb Coq.