This Friday, May 9, the Hana Ranch Restaurant is holding a special Pua‘a (Pork) Wine Dinner.
Eskimo Candy has neither sweets nor Inuits, but if you follow one of their mermaid-adorned vans back to Kihei, you can expect to find plenty of fried fish and seafood.
Held from 3 to 10 p.m. on Monday, May 5, attendees can anticipate live flamenco music from Indio and Avi and extended happy hour cantina prices – $2 off cocktails, margaritas, beer and select wine.
Celebrate all things root veggie staple beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 3. The all-day East Maui Taro Festival is held at the Hana Ballpark and lasts until 5 p.m.
Grab some Listerine, because this Saturday at Whalers’ Village in Lahaina is the 25th Annual Maui Onion Festival.
It looks like an airplane hanger and sounds like an alcohol retailer (only), but Tamura’s Fine Wine and Liquors has a major foodie surprise up its sleeve.
From proper rice cooking technique to the art of inside-out rolls, Japengo’s bimonthly sushi making school will help you develop your skills.
Described as a “chef-inspired venture that promotes the creation of art through food,” the Market by Capische opened this week in Wailea.
The Makena Beach & Golf Resort’s Liquid Chef series continues this Thursday, April 24 with “Jumpin’ Juniper: Everything Gin.”
Beginning today at 11 a.m., Coconut’s Fish Cafe in Kihei celebrates their fifth anniversary with a day-long “Mahalo Party.”
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