Maui Food and Dining

Longhi’s Lahaina Unveils New Late Night Menu

March 3, 2011, 10:46 PM HST
* Updated March 4, 7:23 PM
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By Erica Garza

Longhi's Lahaina will unveil its late night menu this Friday, March 4th. Menu provided by Longhi's Restaurant.

Longhi’s Lahaina will feature a late night menu starting this Friday, March 4th.  Signature items and discounted drinks will now be available every night of the week 9pm to close.

Innovative appetizers, pizzas, salads, and sandwiches will be served into the late evening along with beer, wine and spirits at 50% off. Although the liquor discount is not offered on bottles, Longhi’s selection of wine by the glass and beer is always impressive. Favorites include Duckhorn Merlot, Paraiso Pinot Noir, Bikini Blond Lager and Coconut Porter.

The next time you find yourself scanning Front Street for a late night meal or drink, head to Longhi’s for the fiery Volcano Shrimp, sautéed in garlic, ginger, and jalapeno and served on a bed of cabbage and julienne bell pepper with a lemon wedge for a colorful dish full of flavor and spiciness.

Volcano Shrimp at Longhi's. Photo by Erica Garza.

Or opt for the Fresh Fish sandwich, offering a mouthful of breaded macadamia coated fish served with crispy romaine lettuce, juicy tomatoes, onion, and lemon aioli on a soft scallion roll.

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Founded in 1976, Longhi’s is a true Lahaina landmark. Its authentic Italian pastas, seafood, sandwiches, chicken and beef dishes were created by owner Bob Longhi, who has since opened locations in Wailea and at the Ala Moana Shopping Center in Honolulu.

Fresh Fish Sandwich at Longhi's. Photo by Erica Garza.

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In Lahaina, Longhi’s late night menu will only be available in the restaurant’s downstairs bar/dining room. Contact 808-667-2288 for details.

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