Wailuku is a census-designated place (CDP) in and county seat of Maui County, Hawaiʻi, United States. The population was 15,313 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Maui County.
Things to do in Wailuku
4.5 based on 120 reviews
After striking out getting desert pastries in Makawao (the bakery is closed on Wednesdays!) we used Maui Revealed to identify Stillwells as a likely alternative. After mistrusting our GPS we subsequently found it right where it said it should be on an odd little street adjacent to Hwy 32. Service was great, after explaining the various options we were left alone to debate and decide. In the ended we opted for cream horns, tiramisu and fruit tarts for takeout. Based on the reactions of the friends who later consumed them, we scored!
4.5 based on 122 reviews
Great coffee place in town, stopped in for quick bfast. Got there just in time before a long line formed.
The medium roast coffee was really delicious. Got the quiche (Aok) and the veggie bagel (really good). 15%off check in offer.
Cool place to chill and relax, def check it out if you're a coffee lover and looking for bfast.
5 based on 56 reviews
This was a welcome surprise and break from the Kahekili Highway (which by the way should not be taken at night or by anyone who isn't a cautious driver). Lorraine was very friendly and we were so glad she shared her piece of paradise. We had the shaved ice, one of us ordered Lorraine's favorite (she would only do one that way), she was out of banana bread but after we had ordered we were told she had banana bread ice cream sandwiches!!! Too bad I already ordered because I am sure that would have been amazing. The shaved ice was awesome, the view was like no other, truly an unforgettable experience!
4.5 based on 735 reviews
The Mill House Restaurant sits in the heart of the Maui Tropical Plantation is surrounded by farmland and offers a breathtaking view of the Waikapu valley.. The kitchen is led by Executive Chef Jeff Scheer with an inventive approach to the produce he receives from local producers and the whole steer, hog, and fish which he skillfully butchers in house. The creativity doesn't stop at the kitchen. The Mill House Bar offers unique cocktails, made from scratch, using local herbs and fruit which is squeezed, muddled, and cut fresh. The Mill House makes it a priority to have close, working relationships with farmers around the island of Maui.
I initially started following this restaurant on Instagram. The photos looked beautiful and didn't do it justice when we finally arrived!
The grounds are beautiful and just breath taking. We arrived for dinner, so the coffee shop was closed so I can't speak to that part of the location, but looked so cozy!
Our waitress Emma was so accommodating and friendly. She answered our questions and provided recommendations with pairing drinks. Our food was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!! My boyfriend isn't a seafood person, they had a delicious burger that didn't disappoint. Dessert we tried the beneigns, again bursting with awesomeness.
We hope to revisit again and again each time we travel to Maui.
This restaurant is not located in an area where tourists would stumble on to...it truly is a hidden gem and worth the drive. It will not disappoint!
4.5 based on 74 reviews
We always look for a local bakery that sells Malasadas when coming to each of the Hawaiian islands. Some islands have a lot of these bakeries while others don't. Maui has at least 10, but not all of them are open every day or they have limited hours. Plus, it is hard to find some that offer more Hawaiian flavors like Coconut and Guava. This place was one of those that we lucked out on that had guava. There was a confusion about having guava as they told me yes on the phone and then no at the counter. But, it was a simple misunderstanding. Their guava malasadas are unique also, as they are creamed filled instead of the traditional jelly kind. Either way, they were good. Their regular malasadas were not as good as the filled ones, but still good. However, they offer all kinds of other baked goods and cold lunch items at this place that you can just grab and go.
4.5 based on 261 reviews
We were driving towards the blowhole when we saw a van/canopy and a guy shouting out to drivers. On our return we stopped by and Kalani (great guy that has been working for his auntie 15 years). He offered me samples of everything. The toasted coconut is fantastic! The lilikoi butter was very tasty and the Banana bread was good. My husband says he likes mine more but I make mine with mainland banana's and add walnuts so he said although it was good he liked mine more. However it is good and a nice snack while driving as there are no places to stop and eat on this road.
It is a bit pricey, I spent $59 on 4 items but will say you have to consider the remote location of the bakery and the cost of transport and for something local, small business they have to make a profit so in all I did not mind spending it.
The toasted coconut, what can we say. it is quite addicting, You can not just eat a couple pieces. Kalani called it Maui Gold. Be sure to take cash. Chat with them if there is no one else waiting and you'll be blessed to have met such great people.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
I had the pleasure of enjoying a loaf of the banana bread from Four Sisters Bakery. Grab a loaf on your arrival to the airport so you can calculate how much space you need in your bag to take home loaves of this delicious, fluffy treat!
4.5 based on 55 reviews
We are an almost entirely organic and GMO free restaurant that is vegetarian and locally sourced from the largest organic farm in Hawaii Kumu farms. We make our own garden burgers, pesto, hot sauces, dressings and our acai blend is amazing. We are known for bringing poi acai bowls to Maui. We juice over 100 pounds of organic alkaline sugar cane per day for mineral rich smoothies and acai bowls. Come try something truly different. Call ahead if your in a hurry.
I live in Wailuku but had never visited The Farmacy yet. Had heard great things about it. I go betweeen vegetarian and meat eating, so I checked it out. I ordered the Pono burger w sheep feta and the side salad. Absolutely delicious! The little boy helping w the counter was a perfect salesman and gave me a sample of a pineapple acai bowl, which I will get next time. Srvice was quick and very friendly and I will be back!
4.5 based on 137 reviews
We stopped here on the way to the airport about 11:30 and were seated immediately. Shortly thereafter, there was a waiting line. We ordered burgers, Spicy Ranch Chicken Paninis, and chicken strips. All were very, very good. Good prices for the island, and great food. We will definitely return on our next visit. Located just 10-15 minutes from the airport. Parking can be tricky.
4 based on 254 reviews
We went there twice when we stayed in Wailuku and the first visit was wonderful, however when we returned on another night the staff seemed a little stressed (the place was quite full) and a little rude. the food is good (try their eggplant curry!), but we didn’t feel very welcome, which spoiled the dinner experience considerably.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.