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Three’s Bar and
Grill Debuts New Menu, Sushi Bar

Updated 04:59 PM HST, July 21, 2014
Posted 02:43 PM HST, July 21, 2014

By Vanessa Wolf

A specialty roll Three's referred to as the "Spicy Red Dragon." Photo by Vanessa Wolf

A specialty roll Three’s referred to as the “Spicy Red Dragon.” Photo by Vanessa Wolf.

Three’s Bar and Grill in Kihei is raising the ante with an updated menu, new sushi bar and breakfast service seven days a week.

“This is our dream menu, the menu we have always wanted our guests to experience,” said co-owner and chef Travis Morrin.

“We’ve always featured fresh local fish and Big Island beef, but now we are also integrating many other locally-sourced ingredients into our dishesWe also wanted to take our sushi to the next level by diversifying our offerings and adding more signature rolls. This turned out to be the catalyst for other new menu additions,” Morrin added.

So what’s on this “dream menu”?

It starts with breakfast at 8:30 a.m. (8 a.m. on the weekend) and includes seven types of Eggs Benedict ($13.95 to $15.95)  – including Kalua pork, smoked salmon and prime rib – huevos rancheros ($11.95), and a chimichurri breakfast sandwich ($11.95).

At 11:30 a.m. the raw bar opens and will offer daily specials and custom rolls to order with prices ranging from $6 to $26.

New raw bar items include two kinds of ahi poke ($15), a chirashi bowl ($26) and specialty rolls like the Green Dragon ($15.50 – unagi, snow crab, cucumber, avocado, sweet chili, tobiko) or Volcano ($15.50 – California roll topped with ahi, salmon, jalapeno and Sriracha).

The restaurant notes that updated menu standouts include the locally-sourced Upcountry Kale Salad ($9.95-$15.95), Three’s Traditional Ramen ($16) made with fresh Iwamoto family noodles and a pork soy dashi broth that has simmered for 12 hours, and the grass-fed Hawaiian Ranchers 12-ounce Prime Rib ($26.95) with Lahaina Town Brown Ale jus and whole mustard-garlic rub.


Three’s Bar and Grill is located in the Triangle, at 1945 S Kihei Road.

The restaurant is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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  • Chefklb2014

    Haven’t been impressed with their food in the past…salty poke….raw broccoli served with an over cooked $30 steak. Maybe I will give them a 3rd chance….

  • Patrick Woods

    I am constantly impressed with their food. They are an immensely talented trio of chefs who strive to bring new ideas to the table (literally). I wish them nothing but the best with their new menu and look forward to trying it myself.

    • Mikey

      LOL how much did they pay you for your post?

      • Patrick Woods

        Not a dime, ‘Mikey’. I stand by my words. I’ve worked with them in different venues in the past and know firsthand how hard they work. The fact that they’ve co-owned a good restaurant that continues to grow in this tough economy is not lost on me and apparently others who continue to support them. So here’s what we can do: I can continue to praise a trio of guys I believe in with my unsolicited compliments, and you can continue to make anonymous insults all day long. How’s that for a deal?

        • Mikey

          Works for me!

  • Mikey

    Larry, Moe and Curly can cook better food than these 3 buffoons.

  • Me

    We had dinner here last week and I thought it was delicious but my husband didn’t think so. Maggot the ahi poke and it was perfect.

    • Phoebus

      I’ve never had maggots on ahi poke; you say it was delicious, eh?

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