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Chocolate at Eat the Street Kaka'ako on Friday, February 28

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Enjoy mouthwatering dishes that include creamy and delicious chocolate tomorrow night at Eat the Street Kaka'ako! With over 40 food trucks slated to be at Eat the Street Kaka'ako for this February Chocolate event, this is the place to be!

No longer is the Manapua Man the popular truck to visit, although they still exist and still serve the same nostalgic food. The days of modern day fantastic dishes are coming from these great food trucks. Food trucks seem to be the phenomenon of the decade and are popping up all across the country.

Eat the Street Kaka'ako Chocolate event is supporting Food Bank Hawaii as well. So, bring in some canned food for Food Bank and receive freebies from Jamba Juice, Taco Bell, Jack in the Box, or Hawaii Perks! Click here for more information.

Nothing compares to these Eat the Street Kaka'ako, though! About once a month, Eat the Street has an event, usually at either Kaka'ako or Mililani Mauka. And don't forget there are Night Markets, too!

Friday, February 28, 2014

4:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.

Kaka'ako

555 South Street

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

http://www.eatthestreethawaii.com

Upcoming event is a bacon theme at Eat the Street Mililani on March 8.

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