Maui Food and Dining

30 Restaurants Invite Public to Dine Out for Hospice Maui

November 12, 2013, 12:43 PM HST
* Updated November 12, 12:58 PM
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By Maui Now Staff

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Today, Nov. 12, 30 Maui restaurants invite you to “Dine Out for Hospice Maui.”

All day long, a portion of the proceeds from any meals enjoyed at  one of the 30 establishments will benefit Hospice Maui. Your participation in this community spirited island-wide fundraising event is the key to its success.

Your dining dollars will help Hospice Maui continue to meet the increasing need for hospice care for Maui’s most seriously ill as they have since 1981.

In South Maui enjoy a meal at

  • Stella Blues Café
  • Capische?
  • Fabiani’s Bakery & Pizzeria
  • Mala Wailea
  • Mulligans on the Blue
  • Pita Paradise Wailea
  • Monkeypod Kitchen
  • Buzz’s Wharf Rest
  • Monsoon India.

Upcountry and Paia dine for a good cause at

  • Market Fresh Bistro
  • Casanova Italian Restaurant
  • Kula Lodge & Restaurant
  • Dazoo (Moana Café)
  • Flatbread Pizza Company
  • Polli’s Mexican Rest.

In West Maui chow down and help Hospice Maui at

  • Mala An Ocean Tavern
  • Honu Seafood & Pizza
  • Leoda’s Kitchen & Pie Shop
  • Maui Brewing Co.
  • Star Noodle
  • Teddy’s Bigger Burgers
  • Merriman’s Kapalua
  • Aloha Mixed Plate
  • Fleetwood’s on Front St.
  • Monsoon India.
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In Central Maui you can contribute to the cause at

  • Da Kitchen Café
  • McDonald’s Dairy Rd.
  • McDonald’s Kahului
  • Ruby’s Diner
  • Bistro Casanova’s

Feeling hungry yet?


With 30 partner restaurants located in each region of Maui, residents and visitors are urged to “Dine Out for Hospice Maui.”



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