Maui Food and Dining

Three’s Bar and Grill to Celebrate Fifth Anniversary

January 27, 2015, 1:26 PM HST
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By Vanessa Wolf

Three's crab cakes. Do it. Photo by Vanessa Wolf

Three’s crab cakes. Do it. Photo by Vanessa Wolf

Next Thursday, February 5, Three’s Bar and Grill in Kihei is celebrating their fifth birthday.

Awwwww. Three’s is ready for kindergarten!

In celebration, on that day they are offering a 25% discount off breakfast, lunch and dinner and donating 25% of the day’s sales to the Maui Arts and Cultural Center.

According to the restaurant, “Travis Morrin, Cody Christopher, and Jaron Blosser discovered they share a fanatic enthusiasm for surf while working together at a top local restaurant six years ago. While surfing together around Maui they dreamt up the idea to start their own catering business using their regarded culinary school training and experience so they could surf whenever they wanted. Three’s Catering was launched in 2009 using a rented warehouse and their old trucks. In a few short months, their unexpected success had them looking for permanent kitchen space, and they opened a restaurant in the current Three’s Bar & Grill location in Kihei’s Kalama Village where their menu has evolved incorporating the three chefs’ three cuisines – Hawaiian, Southwestern and Pacific Rim.”

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Today, the restaurant bustles with breakfast, lunch, and dinner service, as well as a much-lauded happy hour and late night events.

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“We have been truly honored to serve the food we love on the island we love. Our loyal patrons and dedicated team deserve a huge MAHALO for helping us reach this milestone.” says Chef Owner Travis Morrin.

If you’ve never tried them out before or are just looking for a deal, now you know.

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Three’s Bar and Grill is located at 1945 South Kihei Road. They are open from 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day.

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