Welcome to ‘Onolicious powered by MauiTimes

Pacificʻo chef Isaac Bancaco. Photo by Sean M Hower

Whether you live on Maui or are just visiting, you’ve likely already figured out that meal time on the Valley Isle is a daily highlight.

With more than 500 brick and mortar restaurant locations to choose from, not counting nearly 150 food trucks, Maui truly offers something great to eat for everyone no matter what you are craving. The downside? Such a massive number of places to eat can make it nearly impossible to keep track of them all. And that’s where ʻOnolicious comes in.

MauiTimes is proud to offer up this guide to island eating that contains the most comprehensive listings of food-related businesses that has ever been assembled in one place.

Not only have we provided a listing of every restaurant (minus fast food chains) and active food truck on Maui, we have also included guides to other food-related offerings such as the island’s incredible farmers’ markets, lūʻaus, and educational and tasty farm tours.

Not only will our all-inclusive food magazine tell you what, when, and where to find your next foodie adventure, we have also interviewed chefs, farmers and food product producers who are making a difference in Maui’s ever-evolving, world-class food culture. ʻOnolicious also contains profiles of Maui restaurants both new and old.

Speaking of new and old, there have been many changes to the Maui food scene in the past few years. The COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of many Maui restaurants. And as we have become more adept at dealing with COVID-19, many new restaurants and food trucks have opened. We’ve done our best to keep you up to date with this ongoing rejuvenation of Maui eateries by providing you with the most current information we could find on every food business in our publication. If we missed anything, let us know so we can keep everything up to date going forward.

We built this guide to last, so please hold on to it as your resource to eating and food-related activities on Maui. Mahalo nui loa and bon appétit.

Read more stories below:

Aloha Raw Keeps Living-Foods Movement Alive – Delivering sauerkraut, condiments, spreads, and nut butters directly to Maui consumers.

Rolling Restaurateur – From fine dining to food truck.

Tapping Into Something – Mahalo Aleworks offers local brews and ono grinds Upcountry.

Pacific’o on the Beach – Chef Bancaco’s fusion flavors fuel West side pride.

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