This Thursday, Oct. 10, the Makena Beach & Golf Resort hosts a five-course dinner paired with libations from Joel Gott Winery.
You know how people get all nostalgic about Maui in the 1960s? If you’d like to find out what all the fuss is about, beat a path to Jack’s in Kahului.
On Friday, Oct. 4, from 6 to 10:30 p.m., The Maui Brewing Company is holding “Pint Night for the Birds.”
808 Deli in Kihei offers a wide variety of consistently-aiming-to-please – nothing over $8 – sandwiches, salads, hot dogs and sides.
This Friday at 6:30 p.m., Grow Some Good’s school garden inspired dinner series continues, this time at Spago in the Four Seasons Maui.
Makena Beach & Golf Resort’s Food & Wine Education Series continues with a spotlight on the oft-overlooked red wine, the Cabernet Franc.
Materials you’ll need: elastic waistband pants, preferably in dark colors. Alternatively, you can opt to undo the button on your existing pants. For advanced female participants, a muumuu is recommended…
Sea House’s Happy Hour is like the Noah’s Ark of menus. There are practically two of everything on earth, but not all the couples play nice.
Four Seasons Resort Maui presents its 3rd Annual Brewhaha.This year’s theme is “Blondes vs. Brunettes” with light beers competing with dark beers.
On Thursday evening, Makena Beach Resort hosts a wine dinner featuring the wines of Sonoma County’s Rodney Strong Vineyards and Davis Bynum Winery.
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