Restaurants in Maui
Pack a hearty appetite because Maui restaurants offer an exotic blend of savory dining. With its own farms, sugarcane plantations, and fresh seafood caught daily, Maui has a wide array of dining possibilities. Take part in a traditional luau for some touristy fun, or head to local towns like Wailuku and Paia. Whether you wanted seafood or classic American fare, restaurants in Maui have it all.
Paia Fish Market is tucked away, occupying half of a building that's home to a general store. Don't let the long line to order deter you; the mahi mahi burger, fish and chips, fried calamari, and sashimi are all fresh as can be. It's casual and worth it. Stop next door at Paia Mercantile for Hawaiian souvenirs. Behind an ordinary storefront on Wailuku's main drag, Main Street Bistro offers contemporary Mediterranean and American fare. The Banyan Tree is an upscale restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua, overlooking Pailolo Channel and Molokai Island. There are Asian-inspired dishes such as ahi sashimi or tempura shrimp. The main courses display local favorites, like grilled ahi tuna and Hawaiian snapper. Stop by the Ritz's Alaloa Lounge to watch the sunset with a cocktail in hand. See below for more of the best restaurants in Maui.
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