Maui Food and Dining

‘Dine Out for Hospice Maui’ at 36 Restaurants Island-Wide

November 10, 2014, 8:00 AM HST
* Updated November 10, 1:28 PM
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By Vanessa Wolf

Leoda's Kitchen's fried mac and cheese balls. Photo by Vanessa Wolf.

Leoda’s Kitchen’s fried mac and cheese balls. Photo by Vanessa Wolf.

If you’re looking for an excuse to eat out, look no further.

The annual “Dine Out for Hospice Maui”  event is tomorrow, November 11 and includes everything from fast food to upscale swank.

Each of the 36 participating restaurants donate a portion of the proceeds from your meal to Hospice Maui.

Each day, the Hospice Maui staff provide expert medical care, physical comfort, emotional and spiritual support for over 60 patients as well as support and respite for the patients’ family. Your participation in the Dine Out for Hospice Maui helps ensure care is available to all Maui residents in need.

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West Maui

  • Aloha Mixed Plate
  • Cane & Canoe
  • Honu Seafood & Pizza
  • Leoda’s Kitchen & Pie Shop
  • Mala, An Ocean Tavern
  • Maui Brewing Co.
  • Merriman’s Kapalua
  • Roy’s Kaanapali
  • Sangrita Grill + Cantina
  • Teddy’s Bigger Burgers
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Central Maui & Paia

  • Bistro Casanova’s
  • Da Kitchen Café
  • McDonald’s of Dairy Rd.
  • McDonald’s of Kahului
  • Ruby’s Diner
  • Flatbread Company
  • DaZoo
Monkeypod's Smoked Taro Hummus. Photo by Vanessa Wolf

Monkeypod’s Smoked Taro Hummus. Photo by Vanessa Wolf

Upcountry

  • Casanova Italian Restaurant
  • Colleen’s at the Cannery
  • Hana Hou Café
  • Kula Lodge & Restaurant
  • Market Fresh Bistro
  • Polli’s Mexican Restaurant
  • Makawao Steak House

South Maui

  • 5 Palms Restaurant
  • ‘ami ‘ami Bar & Grill
  • Capische?
  • Coconuts Fish Café
  • Fabiani’s Wailea
  • Longhi’s Wailea
  • Mala Wailea
  • MiGRANT
  • Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman
  • Monsoon India
  • Mulligans
  • Pita Paradise
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Moreover, tomorrow is also Veteran’s Day, so consider taking your favorite hero out for a bite.

Hospice Maui has been serving the community since 1981. Their stated work is to “provide physical comfort, emotional and spiritual support for the terminally ill and their families.”

Moreover, they note that their deeper purpose involves “enriching our community by helping people embrace the gifts that preparing for the death of a loved one can bring: Compassion, Insight, Courage, Humility, Inspiration, Confidence, and Growth.”

Contact Hospice Maui online or by calling 808-244-5555.

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