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A list of our fa­vorite foods and places.

Food for Thought

There are spe­cial Maui res­tau­rants that of­fer dishes that you will only find here on the is­land. (1) Da Kitchen Café was es­tab­lished in 1998 and grew from a take-out-lunch venue to a full-ser­vice restau­rant. Try the Hawai­ian plate, which comes with lau lau, kalua pork, chicken long rice and lomi salmon. (2) Mama’s Ribs ‘n Ro­tis­serie is fam­ily-owned and op­er­ated, and known for its ro­tis­serie chicken and baby back ribs. (3) Maui Tacos’ chef Mark Ell­man knew he had a hit on his hands when his fran­chise took off and opened out­posts on Hawai‘i Is­land and O‘ahu. Check out their first location in Napili Plaza.

Fam­ily Fun

If the kids come along for the ride, you’re in luck, as Maui has a lot of ac­tiv­i­ties and ex­plo­rations from which to choose. (1) Hui No‘eau Vis­ual Arts Cen­ter is free and open to the pub­lic, and pro­vides count­less pro­grams and events through­out the day to en­joy. (2) Maui Ocean Cen­ter is a fam­ily-friendly at­trac­tion and boasts a 54-foot walk-through, open-ocean tun­nel. (3) Maui Trop­i­cal Plan­ta­tion is a per­fect stop for you and your kids to get a real-life his­tory tour. Check out the Mill House’s Claus, a hulk­ing 26,120-pound lo­co­mo­tive that’s been a lo­cal in­sti­tu­tion since May 1882.

Ad­ven­tures Abound

For those who seek out their own voy­ages and ex­plo­rations, there’s quite a list of places where to cre­ate un­for­get­table mem­o­ries and where to take (selfie-stick) pho­tos. (1) The road to Hāna is a wind­ing and nar­row 64.4-mile-long stretch of high­way that con­nects Kahu­lui with the town of Hāna. Coastal views and wa­ter­falls along the high­way make the day­long trip worth it for many visi­tors. (2) Pi‘iholo Ranch Zi­pline takes you on an adren­a­line rush above the coast, while (3) At­lantis Sub­marines is an un­der­wa­ter ad­ven­ture that gives you an in­ti­mate look into Maui’s marine wildlife friends.

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