On Tuesday, Dine Out and Support Hospice Maui

November 15, 2010, 7:23 PM HST · Updated November 16, 7:52 AM
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by Katie McMillan

Thanks to a variety of popular island restaurants, it only takes a great meal to support an organization that has served Maui for over 29 years.  On Tuesday, November 16th, bring your friends and family and participate in “Dine Our for Hospice.” Plan a night on the town or gather colleagues for an office lunch. Invite your family, friends, and neighbors. Enjoy a meal at one of twenty participating restaurants

Dine Out for Hospice

Plan a meal out and support Hospice Maui

who will donate a percentage of sales (between 10-25%) to Hospice Maui.

Whether it’s sushi, steak, pizza or greens, you’ll find a restaurant that will satisfy your appetite and your budget. Choose from the following restaurants:

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Central Maui: Bistro Casanova, Cafe O’ Lei the Dunes, Da Kitchen, McDonald’s of Dairy Road, McDonald’s of Kahului, Ruby’s Diner, Walafel.com, Maui Beach Hotel

South Maui: Mala, Wailea, Oceans Beach Bar and Grill, Stella Blues Café, Mulligan’s on the Blue

West Maui: Cafe O’Lei Napili, Hard Rock Cafe, Mala Ocean Tavern, Maui Brewing Company

UpCountry: Cafe Prana Nui, Casanova, Green Banana Cafe, Kula Lodge and Restaurant, Market Fresh Bistro, Moana Cafe

A complete list of participating restaurants will be posted on the Hospice Maui website at www.hospicemaui.org and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/hospicemaui. If you cannot participate in Dine Out for Hospice but would like to make a contribution to Hospice Maui contact Kathy Kameda at (808) 244-5555.

For over 29 years, Hospice Maui has been meeting the needs of Maui’s terminally ill patients and their families, from maximizing quality of life and providing in-home care to grief support and counseling.

For Social Scene tips contact Katie McMillan at [email protected] or at www.facebook.com/catherinecarlislemcmillan

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