Where Maui - - Dinning -

CAFE MAMBO Fu­sion. Live mu­sic, art ex­hibits and a cre­ate-your-own, pic­nicbas­ket menu make this café a great stop on your way to Hana. The menu of­fers a quick tour of world cui­sine, fea­tur­ing Span­ish, In­dian, Asian and Amer­i­can dishes. Dine in the brightly col­ored café or take your pic­nic bas­ket on the road for an al fresco meal at the beach. cafe­mam­bo­maui.com. 30 Bald­win Ave., 808.579.8021.

HANA RANCH PRO­VI­SIONS Lo­cal. You don’t have to be a pan­iolo (cow­boy) to ap­pre­ci­ate the vit­tles at Hana Ranch Pro­vi­sions, Hana Ranch’s first restau­rant in Pa’ia. Nat­u­rally, the in­gre­di­ents are pri­mar­ily sourced from the ranch’s 12-acre cer­ti­fied or­ganic farm. Open for breakfast (to-go counter), lunch and din­ner. ha­naranch­pro­vi­sions.com. 71 Bald­win Ave., 808.868.3688.

ONO GELATO COM­PANY Dessert/Cof­fee. This lo­cally owned and op­er­ated com­pany believes that the best gelato is made fresh daily with lo­cal and or­ganic in­gre­di­ents. It’s no won­der this Maui dessert maker has gained a loyal fol­low­ing. ono­gela­to­com­pany.com. La­haina, 815 Front St., 808.495.0203; Ki­hei, 1280 S. Ki­hei Rd., 808.495.0287; Paia, 115 Hana Hwy., 808.579.9201.

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