Featuring Miss Chinatown Hawaii 2017, Chinatown chefs, a "Dinner Party" art exhibition, Chinatown's favorite Instagram foods, and the River of Life Mission.
Hawaii's Hispanic Community celebrates Cinco De Mayo with a Celebration Block Party event on First Friday. After 10 years, this free event is coming back to Chinatown where it all began. The Block Party starts at 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. and continues throughout the nightclubs and bars of Chinatown till 2 a.m.
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.