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Ringing in Restaurant Week Wailea at Gannon’s

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There is no doubt.

Beverly Gannon LOVES steak!!

Calling it “phenomenal,” “unbelievable” and “my favorite,” the owner/chef of Gannon’s in Wailea is offering the Kobe flat-iron steak as  an option on the $59 prix-fixe menu during Restaurant Week Wailea, from Sunday, May 21 to Saturday, May 27, 2017.


A total of 21 restaurants will take part in the dining promotion, offering chef-inspired prix-fixe menus for $29, $39, $49 or $59 per person, depending on the restaurant (beverages, tax and gratuity not included). To complement these special menus, some restaurants will create wine pairings at special prices to savor with your meal.

Along with the steak, Gannon’s is offering choices like Mālama Farms pork and sesame-crusted Ahi, along with appetizer options that include seared scallop, Ahi poke and raspberry salad.  Gannon can now proudly share that many of her vegetables are sourced from Oprah Winfrey’s organic farm in Kula.  For instance: “beautiful heirloom carrots, beets, the broccolini, yacon, which is this wonderful starchy root that we turn into all different kinds of vegetable sautées.”

Gannon’s has taken part in Restaurant Week Wailea since it began in 2009.  For every prix-fixe meal purchased during the promotion, $2 will be donated to Maui Food Bank, as part of the Wailea Resort Association’s community giving.


“This bi-annual has raised over $80,000 dollars for the Maui Food Bank and we look forward to helping again this year in May and November,” says association general manager Bud Pikrone.

The donation portion of all this is important to Gannon.  She says her businesses, which also include Hali‘imaile General Store and Celebrations Catering, have always been heavily community-minded.

“I’ve been really fortunate, I’ve worked really hard, and my hard work has afforded me the ability to give back to the community,” she explains. “I drive down my driveway every morning and look out over the used-to-be-pineapple-fields to the ocean, and I go, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe I live here,’ and that’s 37 years later!  The community has accepted me and what I do, my businesses, my restaurants, so you have to give back.”


Here’s a look at the 21 Wailea Resort restaurants participating in May:

AMA Bar & Grill (Fairmont Kea Lani) (808) 875-4100
Bistro Molokini (Grand Wailea) (800) 888-6100
DUO Steak and Seafood* (Four Seasons) (808) 874-8000
Fabiani’s Wailea* (Wailea Gateway Center) (808) 874-1234
Gannon’s* (Wailea Gold & Emerald Course) (808) 875-8080
Humble Market Kitchin* (Wailea Beach Resort) (808) 879-4655
Humuhumunukunukuapua’a* (Grand Wailea) (800) 888-6100
Ka’ana Kitchen* (Andaz Maui Wailea Resort) (808) 573-1234
KAPA Bar & Grill* (Wailea Beach Resort) (808) 879-1922
Kō * (Fairmont Kea Lani) (808) 875-2201
Longhi’s* (The Shops at Wailea) (808) 891-8883
Manoli’s Pizza Company* (Wailea Blue Course) (808) 874-7499
Matteo’s Osteria* (Wailea Town Center) (808) 891-8466
Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman* (Wailea Gateway) (808) 891-2322
Mulligan’s on the Blue* (Wailea Blue Course) (808) 874-1131
Nick’s Fishmarket Maui* (Fairmont Kea Lani) (808) 879-7224
Pita Paradise Bistro Wailea (Wailea Gateway Center) (808) 879-7177
Ruth’s Chris Steak House* (The Shops at Wailea) (808) 874-8880
The Restaurant at Hotel Wailea* (808) 879-2224
Tommy Bahama* (The Shops at Wailea) (808) 875-9983
Wailea Kitchen & Tap (808) 874-8990

  • Diners can contact each restaurant directly for reservations, which are strongly recommended, or visit Open Table for select restaurants* which offer online dinner reservations.  Restaurant Week Wailea even has its own dedicated page on Open Table this year.

Visit the Restaurant Week Wailea website for more details, and downloadable menus.


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