The Pint & Cork is a new gas­tropub that of­fers gourmet food.

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HUMUHUMUNUKUNUKUAPUAA— Re­gional. Named after the multi-syl­labic of­fi­cial state fish of Hawaii, this ocean-side restau­rant fea­tures a Poly­ne­sian thatch roof dé­cor. Se­lect your own lob­ster from a salt­wa­ter la­goon or en­joy is­land fish and meat en­trées with Poly­ne­sian/ Hawai­ian in­flu­ences. Din­ner daily. wailear­e­sort­din­ing.com. Grand Wailea Re­sort Ho­tel & Spa, 3850 Wailea Alanui Dr., Open 5:30-9 pm, daily 808.875.1234.

KO— Re­gional. Mean­ing “sug­ar­cane” in Hawai­ian, KO serves “plan­ta­tion in­spired-cui­sine,” draw­ing culi­nary in­spi­ra­tion from the var­i­ous im­mi­grant groups who mi­grated to Hawaii 200 years ago to work on the sugar plan­ta­tions. Try the Pan­iolo Rib-Eye Steak, fea­tur­ing beef from cat­tle raised on Maui, Lob­ster Tem­pura and fresh ahi seared atop a hot lava stone. fair­mont.com/kea-lani-maui/din­ing/ko/. Fair­mont Kea Lani, 4100 Wailea Alanui Dr., Open daily, lunch 11:30 am-2:30 pm, din­ner 5:30-9 pm 808.875.2210.

MOOSE’S PUB & CAFE— Re­gional. Moose’s serves daily happy hour from 4pm un­til 7pm. Food and drink spe­cials, as well as live mu­sic. moosem­cgilly­cud­dys.com. 2511 Sout Ki­hei Rd., 808.891.8600.

THE PINT & CORK— Re­gional. Ex­ec­u­tive chef Maka Kwan calls it gourmet “gas­tropub” fare with an is­land touch. Spe­cial­ties in­clude kalua pork slid­ers, pork belly bahn mi sand­wich, slow-braised kal bi short ribs and dev­iled eggs Rock­e­feller. thep­in­tand­cork.com. The Shops at Wailea, 3750 Wailea Alanui Dr., 808. 727.2038. PITA PAR­ADISE— Mediter­ranean. This award-win­ning ca­sual bistro of­fers Greek and Ital­ian cui­sine fea­tur­ing re­freshed daily spe­cials and fresh catches of the day. pita­par­adis­e­hawaii.com. 1913 S. Ki­hei Rd., 808.875.7679.

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