Maui Food and Dining

Three’s Bar and Grill Marks 10th Anniversary

January 29, 2020, 4:39 PM HST
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Threeʻs Bar and Grill Owners. Photo courtesy: Threeʻs Bar and Grill.

Threeʻs Ahi Sliders. Photo courtesy: Steve Brinkman.

Threeʻs Sweet and Spicy Lettuce Wraps. Photo courtesy: Threeʻs Bar and Grill.

In honor of reaching 10 years in business, Three’s Bar and Grill in Kīhei is inviting the public to a “big birthday celebration.

For one entire day, customers can enjoy a 25 percent discount off the entire menu (excluding happy hour specials) of food and drinks.

Best friends, surfers and chefs Jaron Blosser, Travis Morrin and Cody Christopher launched the restaurant in Kīhei’s Kalama Village back in 2010.

The concept incorporated the three chefs’ cuisines —  Hawaiian, Southwestern and Pacific Rim — using locally-sourced ingredients in a casual, fun environment.

The owners, who also founded Fork & Salad, will be creating a special menu item to be featured for dinner during the celebration.

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Three’s is also donating a total of $3,333.33 to the Nabavi Legacy Fund, which supports several fantastic local nonprofits:  Grow Some Good, which encourages kids to create and sustain gardens in schools around the island; Kids & Teens Cook with Heart, teaching students about cooking for a healthy lifestyle; and Maui Food Innovation Center, a UHMC resource for new food entrepreneurs.  Owners plan to present the donation check to Chef Paris Nabavi at Three’s around 2 p.m. on February 5th.

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Threeʻs 10th anniversary celebration will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the restaurantʻs location in Kīhei.

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