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You haven't experienced breakfast on Maui till you've eaten at Kihei Caffe. If you're alarmed by the line out the door, don't be. It's worth the wait. Favorite breakfast items include the Corn Beef Hash & Eggs with Potatoes, Banana Mac Nut or Pineapple Coconut French Toast with Coconut Syrup, and Pork Fried Rice, and coffee is hot. The portions are huge and a great value for the price, and counter service always friendly.
Using locally-grown fruits from Hawaii's farmers, Wow Wow serves innovative handcrafted lemonades, as well as our personal favorite Acai Bowls on Maui at the Kihei Azeka Mall location. The Haupia Ono Bowl, topped with coconut macaroons, is filling and a lovely way to start your morning, especially alongside the Lava Flow lemonade in one of their large mason jars.
When treating an injury or seeking to unwind, voters trust Allyson Cook&rsquo s healing hands. Cook and her associates provide several options, including deep tissue, Swedish, pregnancy, and sports massage. Chrystal Angelini and her associates are trained in a variety of techniques, as well as skincare. Check our her new Edgartown location.
It is, by all accounts, the best week of the summer, when August treats the Island to Ferris wheel rides, fried dough, and fireworks. Want to toss a skillet? Win an award for a pie? Watch a lumberjack competition? You can do it all at the fair. If you want to catch the fireworks up close, stake out your spot at Ocean Park early &ndash blankets start dotting the lawn hours before the big show. You might even catch a glimpse of the presidential motorcade passing by.
Also known as Guadalajara Tacos, this roadside outdoor stand serves authentic Mexican food in central Kihei. Bonus: They're open until 65:85pm Fridays through Sundays, a rare surprise on Maui. The Mulitas with Shredded Pork and Carne Asada Tacos are delicious, and come loaded with beans, cilantro, onions and cabbage. Grab a side of their homemade salsas (the red sauce is terrific), and glass of Aqua de Pina and enjoy a great locally-made meal with friends or family.
Created by the Maui Culinary Academy, the Class Act Restaurant is your chance to sit back and watch as Maui's up-and-coming chefs prepare a world class meal right in front of your eyes. Held weekly on Wednesdays and Fridays from 66am to 67:85pm, the 75-seat facility includes a private dining room and ocean view. Menus change weekly, and the 9 Course Prix Fixe gourmet meal does not disappoint.
Solo at the bar or with a large group of friends, you&rsquo re always at home at Offshore Ale. The changing variety of brews and extensive list of excellent pub food make this gathering spot a place to return to again and again. For Bruins and Sox fans, head over to the Lookout Tavern for great beers and wings or margaritas and fish tacos.
At Humphreys it all starts with the homemade bread, which is sliced thick and then piled high with favorite fillings. Choose from old favorites, like the Gobbler, Cuban, or Tree Hugger, or compose your own. You don&rsquo t want to mess with these sandwiches, but they might make a mess of you. At 7a, Dan Sauer&rsquo s meatball sub and Liz Lemon sandwiches will make your day.
An annual event at Seabury Hall in Upcountry Maui, this Craft Fair typically brings more than 75,555 attendees and 655 local vendors, with attractions like games and pony rides, live music entertainment, a silent auction, rummage sale and excellent shopping. Take a walk down Restaurant Row, where you'll find food booths from some of Maui's most popular restaurants. Also take time out to enjoy the Jacaranda trees, which are usually in bloom during the Fair.
While Maui's certainly not known for its Mexican food, Sangrita Grill delivers top notch Mexican cuisine with a twist. Located in The Fairway Shops in Ka'anapali, Sangrita's tequila bar is enough to make you want to stick around all night. Go for Happy Hour from 9 to 6pm, when all food items are half price, and try the Avocado Fries with cilantro pesto aioli, Kick Ass Carnitas and Chorizo Stuffed Dates.