Maui Food and Dining

Lahaina Gateway to Welcome Kīhei Caffe Lahaina in Spring 2020

February 5, 2020, 11:31 AM HST
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Lahaina Gateway welcomes Kīhei Caffe to its list of restaurants in Spring 2020. The new location marks the first expansion for the restaurant, which opened its doors at Kīhei Kalama Village in 1998.

Kīhei Caffe Lahaina will feature original menu favorites like their Loco Moco, Pork Fried Rice, Banana Macadamia Nut Pancakes, Prime Steak Burgers, salads and wraps. Kīhei Caffe Lahaina will expand the original menu to include dinner entrees and beverage service, with new menu items to be announced closer to the restaurant’s grand opening.

The new restaurant takes over 4,374 square feet of space near the intersection of Honoapiʻilani Highway and Keawe Street. The restaurant’s design concept is inspired by the tropical roadside fruit and farm stands found around the island.

“We are excited to welcome such a landmark Maui eatery this year,” said Sandra Brown, Lahaina Gateway’s property manager. “The addition of Kīhei Caffe Lahaina is part of the ongoing revitalization of Lahaina Gateway, and we are proud to continue expanding our dining offerings with this long-standing Maui local and visitor favorite.”

Lahaina Gateway is already home to a list of retailers and restaurants including: Foodland Farms, Ross Dress for Less, Ace Hardware, Foot Locker, Local Motion, Claire’s Boutique, David’s Happy Nails, Galan Sports Chiropractic, Go Wireless, Mahina Boutique, Minit Medical, Plush Beauty Lounge, Supercuts, Rainbow Dialysis Lahaina and The Vitamin Shoppe.

Kīhei Caffe Lahaina rendering. PC: Kīhei Caffe.

Loco Moco. PC: Kīhei Caffe.

Pork Fried Rice. PC: Kīhei Caffe.

Banana Macadamia Pancakes. PC: Kīhei Caffe.

Burger. PC: Kīhei Caffe.

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