Friday, July 30, 2010

Best Breakfast Maui – Lahaina, Kaanapali & West Side

Fueling yourself well is a top priority if you want to feel energized while enjoying all Maui has to offer – or simply prefer watching the beauty of the day unfolding in paradise as you eat your pancakes. For an eye-opening meal sure to revive and restore, we present the Best Breakfast Maui list for Lahaina, Kaanapali and the West Side.

Follow the link for the full list!

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Lulu’s Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii

Remember the first time you tasted alcohol? The first sip at age twelve seems ghastly and then, wonder of wonders, you find yourself enjoying the shocking potion as you come of age.

So it was when I tried Lulu’s Hawaiian Superman cocktail. The potent concoction of Hawaiian Chili water and gin comes with a word of caution printed on the menu. But you’re a he-man, you like it hot, so you ignore the warning and order the drink along with Calamari Dynamite and a kalua pork quesadillas. You settle back under the glow of the tiki torch, take your first sip, and suddenly wonder who in the world came up with the idea of hot Hawaiian chili water as a cocktail! Not to be wasteful, you take another sip and before the meal is over, you’re snagged. The adrenaline and dopamine release from that first hit lingers long after in the reptilian area of your brain. Next time out, you’ll order it again.

Follow the link to read our full restaurant review!

Friday, July 23, 2010

Spam Jam, July 24, Maui Tropical Plantation

Spam in your in-box? Not a good thing. But finding the ubiquitous minced meat on a potluck table in Hawaii is cause for celebration!

Rejoice in Maui’s Love of SPAM at the First Annual Spam Jam, 10am-5 pm, July 24, at the Maui Tropical Plantation Field of Dreams. The event is hosted by KPOA morning goddess, Alaka`i Paleka, who will introduce entertainment by Kolohe Kai and Na Hoku award winners, Na Palapalai.

Kanoa Leahey and Sam Choy will also be on hand to judge the exciting Spam Challenge recipe contest. Cultural and family-friendly activities, near to the hearts of spam-loving locals and visitors, will offer plenty of opportunities for fun, even for Spam-shunning vegans.

Click here to read the full article!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Son`z and Stars Dinner/Show Package Hyatt Resort and Spa, Maui

Take date-night to new heights with the Son`z and Stars promotion, the most romantic of Hyatt’s dinner/show packages.

Start the evening right, with a sunset stroll along the ocean; before winding through Hyatt’s lush gardens in the direction of the lagoon (follow the swans!). Here you’ll find the award winning Son`z Restaurant, which has garnered accolades for their innovative menu delicious preparations.

The special stargazer dinner service starts with a choice of red or white wine and a salad of romaine with shaved parmesan and walnut crostini, followed by your choice of entrĂ©es, including; “Potato Scaled” Mahi-Mahi – with Cabernet-Balsamic Beure Rouge, and White Truffle Oil; Pappardelle Veneziana – Filet Mignon, Hamaka Mushrooms, Hand-cut Pasta and Red Wine-Tomato Demi Glaze; and Roasted Free Range Chicken – with Bel Paese and Proscuitto Stuffing, Mediterranean Salad, and Avolemono sauce. Dinner concludes with a plentiful platter of mini-malasadas and a trio of dips.

For more delicious details, visit our main site.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Pulehu, An Italian Grill, Monday Night Buffet $29.95

Pulehu, an Italian Grill at the Westin Kaanapali Ocean Villas, recently won the `Aipono Award for “Best Kept Secret” in Maui. Now that the secret is out, expect this hidden gem to garner even more awards next year.

Best Buffet? Best New Chef? Best Open-Air Dining Venue? Best Deal on Maui?

We could predict a slew of additional awards that might soon grace the walls of the chic eatery.

The new Monday Night All-you-can-eat Italian Buffet may also be Maui’s best kept dining secret – but it won’t be for long. Already hotel guests are flocking to the extensive selection of antipasti, salads, pastas, pizzas and Italian specialties, eager to fill their plates as soon as the doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Click here for the full article!

Friday, July 9, 2010

Gerard’s Lahaina Celebrates Bastille Day with 50% Off

Any day is a good day to celebrate at Gerard’s, Lahaina but on July 14th, in observation of the day the French won independence from the monarchy, the French Chef doffs his toque to his motherland and local patrons by offering kama`aina 50% off entrees! Not much more to say here except read our review, then call 877-661-8939 tout de suite to reserve your seat at the party!

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Slow Food Maui Taste Education at Ali`i Lavender Farm July 10

Ever wonder if locally grown lettuce taste fresher or if it’s more flavorful than lettuce imported to Maui? Do varieties of tomatoes taste different? Have you ever had grass-fed, all natural Maui beef?

Well, now is the time to learn more about the food you eat and the sheer pleasure found in food Grown on Maui. Join representatives from Slow Food Maui for Taste Education – a tasting event that will allow you to enjoy and learn about food locally grown on Maui. Cost $5.00 for adults and children 10 and older to sample, one time each, from four taste stations. The taste stations are varieties of tomatoes, beef, lettuces, and jams & jellies. All offered at the Family Fun Day at Alii Kula Lavender on Saturday, July 10 from 9a-2pm. Call 808-878-3004 or email for directions.

For more info, click here!

Friday, July 2, 2010

Makawao Independence Day Parade and Rodeo July 3, Maui, Hawaii

If you haven’t had the pleasure of witnessing the Makawao Independence Day parade this should be your year to do so. Horses festooned with floral leis, artistic face and body painting, kids perched on fenceposts – you’ll find a rare, old-fashioned, home town feeling at Makawao’s parade and rodeo this weekend.

More than 350 paniolos (cowboys) attend the rodeo from all over the world and compete at Oskie Rice Rodeo Arena, Makawao Rodeo, a mile above Makawao town, on Olinda Road at Kaanaolo Ranch on Maui. This Hawaiian style rodeo, with rough stock and roping events, features rodeo clowns and true grit excitement. Before and after the rodeo, enjoy live entertainment and country western dancing and a verity of local favorite foods and drink. What a great way to expand your horizons and take part in the great diversity present on such a small island as Maui.

Read the full article here!