Maui Food and Dining

ʻOhana Eats Dinner Series Supports Native Rainforests

October 2, 2015, 11:20 AM HST
* Updated October 2, 4:11 PM
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Wet Forest

Maui Forest. Photo courtesy of East Maui Watershed Partnership.

You are invited to enjoy a chef-tailored, Hawaiian-inspired four-course dinner at Vineyard Food Co. in Wailuku to help benefit the East Maui Watershed Partnership (EMWP). The 120,000-acre East Maui Watershed is Maui’s largest intact native rainforest ecosystem and home to many rare and endangered plants and animals.

The dinner series lasts two nights only, Thursday Oct. 8 and Friday Oct. 9, and seatings start at 6 p.m. The four-course dinner will be crafted by Catering From Soup to Nuts in Wailuku; the menu includes lumpia, spicy Ahi wontons, a choice of laulau or kalua pig and dessert.  It costs $38 per person, not including gratuity.  Diners can bring their own beer and wine (only), with no corkage fee. Reservations are required by calling (808) 243-3663 or emailing [email protected] You can find the menu online here.

Click here to learn more about how the EMWP is working to protect East Maui’s native Hawaiian rainforest and primary water source.

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