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Revamped market draws thousands

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    Michelin-star chef Michael Mina, left, and Stripsteak chef Ben Jenkins take a quick break.

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    Stripsteak chef Ben Jenkins, left, prepped a plate in the restaurant’s kitchen.

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    Belinda Leong, owner of b. patisserie, prepared pastries for opening-day customers. Her pastry shop shares space with Kona Coffee Purveyors.

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    People lined up to wait for Honolulu Cookie Co. to open its doors.

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    Savio Cimmarrusti, development manager for Sugarfina candy store, admired a cake decorated with the store’s confections.

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    Michael Mina’s The Street food hall is set to open next year.

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    Eating House 1849 server Sheldon Noa delivered a dish of Clams Cataplana.

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    Chef Roy Yamaguchi, left, and Eating House 1849 executive chef Michael Leslie took a break from the opening-day rush to smile for the camera.

Thousands of people turned out in Waikiki on Thursday for the opening of the redeveloped International Market Place. Read more

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