Maui Food and Dining

Seascape Mā‘alaea Debuts Dining & Concert Series

October 4, 2016, 11:30 AM HST
* Updated October 4, 9:06 AM
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Steak entrée option, available during Unplugged by the Sea at Seascape Mā‘alaea. Photo by Maui Ocean Center.

Steak entrée option, available during Unplugged by the Sea at Seascape Mā‘alaea. Photo by Maui Ocean Center.

You can experience a new dining and concert experience at Seascape Restaurant in Mā‘alaea, kicking off Thursday, Oct. 6.

The “Unplugged by the Sea” series brings together an evening of harbor views, a three-course pre-fixe meal and a live acoustic performance by Hawai‘i’s top artists.

The opening night will feature a two-hour performance by Maui’s own Gomega, voted “Best Band of Maui” in 2015-2016 by the readers of MauiTime Weekly.

Seascape Restaurant’s head chef and James Beard Foundation “Rising Star Chef” nominee Henry Tariga and team will craft a decadent three-course meal during the concert.  The menu includes salad and dinner rolls; a choice of entrées like lemon zest-encrusted mahi-mahi, chicken stuffed with spinach and boursin cheese, fire-broiled New York steak with red wine demi-glace and a vegetable Napoleon;  and a cheesecake dessert course.

Unplugged by the Sea will happen on the first and third Thursday each month from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Seascape Restaurant, located at Maui Ocean Center in Mā‘alaea.


The featured musical artist will change throughout the series. General admission for the dinner and concert is $75.00 plus tax or $35.00 plus tax for the concert only, which begins at 7 p.m. Discounts are available for kama‘āina, U.S. military, and Aquarium Members.


Seating is limited, reservations are available exclusively online at Maui Ocean Center’s website.

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