Maui Food and Dining

Dine Out Tuesday to Fight Against Kidney Disease

August 8, 2016, 7:43 PM HST
* Updated August 8, 7:53 PM
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The National Kidney Foundation of Hawai‘i’s Maui office is gearing up for its annual “Let’s Dine Out for Kidney Disease” evening on Tuesday, August 9. This is the second annual “Dine Out” event here; diners can enjoy their local participating restaurants while contributing to the fight against chronic kidney disease on Maui.

A portion of each meal purchased on August 9 at the following supporting restaurants is donated to the National Kidney Foundation of Hawai‘i:
5 Palms Restaurant
‘Ami ‘Ami
Amigos
Bistro Casanova
Brigit and Bernard’s
Captain Jacks Island Grill
Lāhainā Yacht Club
Casanova Makawao
Castaways
Fleetwood’s On Front Street
Frida’s Mexican Beach House
Honu Seafood and Pizza
Kamaole Poolside Cafe
Longhi’s
Lulu Surf Club
Mala Tavern
Maui Brewing Co.
Milagros
Piñata’s Mexican
Ruby Tuesday
Seahouse Napili Kai
Zing Maui

The National Kidney Foundation of Hawai‘i invites you to mark your calendars and visit one of the listed restaurants on August 9 to support an important initiative for our friends, family and community.

Please let your restaurants of choice know that you appreciate their kōkua. Beyond August 9, the organization encourages you to continue supporting the fine establishments that have stepped up to help fight kidney disease on Maui.  Learn more at the foundation’s website.

Dine Out on Tuesday, August 9 to help support the fight against chronic kidney disease. Courtesy image.

Dine Out on Tuesday, August 9 to help support the fight against chronic kidney disease. Courtesy image.

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