Ka’anapali AreaConnected by a three-mile beachfront walkway lined with a variety of restaurants and bars, this coastal town offers a great place to try some of Hawaii’s best regional specialties. A popular hot spot in this area is nearby Whalers Village. Many restaurants create their daily menus based on the fresh ingredients they source from local farmers, ranchers and fishermen.
West Maui Gems
While restaurant choice is completely personal and subjective, here’s a few of our favorites for you to consider during your stay. Need more ideas? Visit our concierge.
Leilani’s On the Beach
Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman
Favorite Local Treats
Ululani’s Hawaiian Shave Ice
Snow cones and shave ice are similar yet different. What makes it uniquely Hawaiian is that the texture of the ice is shaved and not ground ice like snow cones, and the flavors are more exotic.
Hawaii is the only state that grows coffee, and so it goes without saying, we’re no stranger to a good cup of Joe. Next time you’re in Maui, try out one of our many local coffee shops.
Brought to Hawaii by the Portuguese in 1878, Malasadas are a fried dough that tastes very similar to beignets or some have said they bear resemblance to Krispy Kreme donuts.
Farm Stands and Farmers Markets
Fresh fruits, vegetables, juices and baked goods are some of the many things you’ll want to bring back to your condominium. Many farm stands also offer free farm tours, so be sure to ask.