Our initial impressions of Kai Wailea – despite our high hopes – were that it was not delivering on the promise of its sister location in Honolulu. The service was slow and there was a server who struck us and several of our foodie friends as quite literally nuts. The food? It was good: fresh […]
Show your pass to the Maui Film Festival, and you get 20% off at many Wailea restaurants. Offer is good throughout the festival – so make sure you fuel up between films between now and Sunday night!
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It’s been two months since Gannon’s (formerly Seawatch Restaurant) finished their renovations (both to the menu and the restaurant) and re-opened under Beverly Gannon’s ownership, so we feel comfortable that they’ve had time to work the kinks out. We checked them out for breakfast the other day, and OH, MAN…are we glad that we did!?! […]
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James and I are hopeless romantics when it comes to love and Maui (and food) … so I have a lot of ideas for you if you’re on Maui this weekend. Some are pricey, some are just for locals – but all are worth considering. (Not a romantic? You can always celebrate Chinese New Year […]
The Maui Film Festival starts tonight, and while there are plenty of interesting screenings to attend this evening – including three, yes, three surf movies under the stars – we’re more interested in the killer deal on the always-fabulous Starry Night MoonDance at Tommy Bahama’s.
This party usually requires a $150 ticket, but this year, it’s only $50. For less than what we typically spend