Maui Food and Dining

HopperMaui Expands Food Delivery Service

February 12, 2016, 11:00 AM HST
* Updated February 11, 3:48 PM
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HopperMaui owner Jacques Perwin. Courtesy photo.

HopperMaui owner Jacques Perwin. Courtesy photo.

HopperMaui, a restaurant delivery service that brings food from more than 20 different restaurants to the homes, condos, hotels, and businesses of South Maui has announced its expansion into Central Maui. This new delivery area will encompass Wailuku, Kahului, and Māʻalaea.

After opening in South Maui in March 2015, HopperMaui has had overwhelming interest from other parts of the island. Residents of Maui now have the option to choose whether they wish to dine out or dine in to enjoy food from their favorite restaurants.

“Central was a natural choice for expansion,” says owner Jacques Perwin. “The center heartbeat of the island, home to so many of the decision-makers, medical community, publishing community, law offices, business professionals, artists, shop owners and so on. Hopper wants to offer a quality service and convenience to these hard-working residents who may desire broader food options. They certainly deserve it!”

Company leaders continue to add on restaurant partners in the Central area. Visit here for the latest information on local restaurants offered, along with menus.

HopperMaui aims to appeal to Central Maui businesses around lunchtime, and people at home in the evenings. The delivery business was created by husband and wife, Jacques and Ronda Perwin, in March 2015 with the goal of bringing a popular service to the people of Maui, providing additional revenue and exposure to the island’s restaurants, and making a viable business for their family of four.

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