Kick off the start of the Ka’anapali Fresh and Hawaii Food and Wine Festivals with a special beer dinner featuring Japengo Restaurant and Maui Brewing Co.
Family friendly, easy-on-the-budget dining options on Maui are rare. Penne Pasta Cafe in Lahaina fills that niche, although the food itself often underwhelms.
Next Sunday, August 31 is Ka’anapali Kitchen Stadium: Under a Maui Moon, a Hawaii Food and Wine Festival Gala Dinner featuring local and national celebrity chefs.
Tomorrow night in Paia you can check out a variety of never-before-seen fancy schmancy-named cocktails brewed up by the fine folks at Dazoo and Pau Vodka.
Whoever said “the best things in life are free” clearly never dined at Ka’ana Kitchen at the Andaz. Granted, it ain’t cheap, but the quality justifies the price.
This Saturday, the Maui Coffee Association presents their 7th Annual Seed to Cup Coffee Festival with everything from gourmet eats to a coffee-themed fashion show.
This Saturday, Aug. 16, the second annual Huliau Food and Film Festival, a farm-to-table celebration of local agriculture featuring local chefs.
From its two Kahului locations, Fernando’s Mexican Grill offers everything from tacos and burritos to Camarones a La Diabla spicy enough to make a grown man cry.
For those of you who included Ocean Vodka as part of your hurricane preparedness kit, we’ve got a suggestion for the upcoming wet and windy weekend: drink (responsibly!)
The MACC has announced that Maui Calls – scheduled for this Friday, Aug. 8 – is “being postponed due to impending Hurricanes Iselle and Julio.” A new date will be announced.
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