Places to eat on Maui that will make your mouth water
The 808 General Store just opened in a revamped ground-floor space in the 5 Palms. The store, related to 808 Deli and 808 on Main, serves up their legendary paninis and salads along with a fabulous Keawakapu Beach view
Roadside café, new products, and planned tap room keep Pauwela brewers on their toes
Would it surprise you to learn that the folks behind your food truck plate lunch might have come from the kitchens of some of the island’s most beloved and respected restaurants—places like Spago at the Four Seasons, Merriman’s of Kapalua, The Hāliʻimaile General Store, or Mama’s Fish House? It’s true.
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Pacific’o opened its doors in 1993, and continues its evolution as a landmark dining destination this year with new partners and a new executive chef.
This is a love story. Not just a love story between two people, but also about their love for a lifestyle centered around gourmet raw, living foods that they believe will transform the world into a better place.
Situated on the slopes of Haleakalā, Mahalo Aleworks delivers sippables, edibles, and a laid-back Upcountry vibe.