Maui Food and Dining

You Got Mail, We Have Coffee: Cafes with Free Wi-Fi in Maui

January 20, 2011, 9:05 PM HST
* Updated January 29, 2:25 AM
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By Erica Garza

Enjoy free w-fi with your cappuccino at Maui Coffee Roasters and other island cafes. Photo courtesy of Maui Coffee Roasters.

Maui offers a number of free Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the island so you can put your monthly Internet spending towards your favorite hot drinks instead. Pairing quality coffee with limitless Wi-Fi capability and light fare, these cafes can easily serve as your second office.
In West Maui, The Coffee Store in Napili offers lattes, mochas and other espresso-based drinks with an award-winning Italian blend. Computer terminals are available for those who don’t feel like lugging their laptops, but Wi-Fi is free as well. Light fare includes veggie sandwiches, quiches and an assortment of pastries.

For Paia town Wi-Fi and coffee, head to Anthony’s Coffee Company, serving coffee made solely from Arabica beans from around the world. All of Anthony’s coffees are roasted on Maui, guaranteeing exceptional quality and freshness. The Maui coffeehouse additionally serves breakfast and lunch daily from 5:30 am to 6:00 pm.

In Kihei, Café@ La Plage features free Wi-Fi in addition to an assortment of veggie sandwiches and panini, refreshing salads and homemade soups. This café is a great value for patrons since all dishes are below $10. A comfy hangout spot, the café offers a cozy couch, flat screen TV, outdoor seating and computer stations.

Maui Coffee Roasters in Kahului specializes in freshly-roasted 100% Hawaiian coffee and a menu of fresh sandwiches, pastries, and smoothies. Need to check your email before completing your drive to Hana? This Maui café is a great stop on the way and offers free parking in addition to its free Wi-Fi.

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