Where Maui - - The Guide -

CJ’S DELI & DINER Re­gional. West Maui’s neigh­bor­hood fam­ily restau­rant fea­tur­ing tra­di­tional com­fort foods, lo­cal fa­vorites and plate lunches. An ideal venue for birth­day par­ties or other so­cial oc­ca­sions, or get your big (or small) event catered. This place is BYOB, so be sure to pick up a few beers or a bot­tle of wine to go with your burg­ers. cjs­maui.com. The Fair­way Shops at Kaana­pali, 2580 Kekaa Dr., 808.667.0968. HULA GRILL KAANA­PALI Re­gional. Cel­e­brated chef Peter Mer­ri­man’s menu blends the di­verse cook­ing tra­di­tions of is­land cul­tures with the fresh­est in­gre­di­ents. Dine sea­side in a beach-house set­ting with a fun decor, fea­tur­ing a col­lec­tion of hula-girl fig­urines, an­tique koa ca­noes and other Hawai­ian mem­o­ra­bilia. Lunch and din­ner served. hu­la­gril­lka­ana­pali.com. Whalers Vil­lage, 2435 Kaana­pali Pkwy, 808.667.6636. MAUI COF­FEE ROAST­ERS Re­gional. A sta­ple on Maui since 1982, Maui Cof­fee Roast­ers Café and Restau­rant serves breakfast, lunch, pas­tries and ro­tat­ing spe­cials. Be sure to pick up a bag of its freshly roasted, 100 per­cent Kona, Hawai­ian or Hawai­ian-fla­vored cof­fee. mauicof­feecafe.com. 444 Hana Hwy., 800.645.2877. PULEHU Ital­ian. Mean­ing “grilled” in Hawai­ian, Pulehu of­fers Ital­ian fa­vorites cooked over an open flame. Ex­pe­ri­ence the wood stone oven where freshly baked piz­zas are cre­ated with fresh in­gre­di­ents. westinkaana­pali.com. The Westin Kaana­pali Ocean Re­sort Vil­las, 6 Kai Ala Dr., 808.667.3254.

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