Maui Food and Dining

Private Dining at David Paul’s Island Grill

March 8, 2011, 3:40 PM HST
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By Erica Garza

Private dining room at David Paul's Island Grill. Photo Courtesy of David Paul's Island Grill.

Planning a small event or dinner party and want gourmet cuisine to go with it? David Paul’s Island Grill in Lahaina offers an elegant private dining room for up to 50 guests, featuring partial views of their kitchen. The room can be configured banquet-style or with individual dining tables to accommodate various-sized events.

Ensuring total exclusivity and privacy, the dining room is accessible through a separate entrance so guests need not walk through the restaurant to reach this space. Sophisticated enough for business meetings and banquets, yet casual enough for family gatherings, this private dining space in Lahaina offers comfortable décor, a relaxed ambiance and frosted windows.

For pre-dinner cocktail receptions, the dining room is situated adjacent to the outdoor Lanai Lounge, where many groups begin their event with cocktails served in an al fresco lounge setting complete with a fire pit and mood lighting.

David Paul’s Island Grill is celebrated for its “New Island Cuisine” with dishes such as the Kuro Buta Pork Chop, lightly smoked and sautéed natural pork chop served with Swiss chard, white cheddar polenta and apple-Bourbon sauce, and the Seared Ahi with Foie Gras, pepper-crusted Big Eye tuna loin seared rare and served with sautéed fingerling potatoes, Maui onions, artichokes, mushrooms, red wine essence.


Email [email protected] for more information on pricing and availability or call the restaurant at 808-662-3000.


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