I just heard an ad on KAOI with a good promotion at one of our favorite restaurants, Ma’alaea Waterfront. To celebrate their 30th anniversary, they’re offering two for one prices on entrees. Buy one, get the second (of equal or lesser value), free. On Maui, deals like this are usually reserved for kama’aina (locals) or […]
We have to apologize to the other guests at Taste of Wailea on Saturday night. We may have had more than our fair share of Spago’s Sesame Miso Cones with Ahi Poke … but we just couldn’t help but go back for a couple more rounds. When judging us, take into account that they’re 3 […]
We’ve been waiting for the tasting room at the Maui Brewing Company Brewery in Lahaina to open for years, and we just heard this morning that it is actually happening. While we want to take a tour of the brewery as well (the press release promises the tours to start soon), we’re satisfied with the […]
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
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This video was taken at the Pineapple Grill during the Kapalua Wine & Food Festival on June 11, 2009. Pineapple Grill’s vice president and managing partner Chris Kaiwi introduces the chefs. These chefs were named top young chefs by Hawaii Hospitality (a trade association magazine). They are: Ben Klein of Mala Ocean Tavern, Ryan Urig […]