Enjoy the comfort of sitting at a dining table on chairs.
Seated in our first-row around the stage, guests are seated cross-legged on cushions and dine from a low table.
~ seated cross-legged on cushions & dine from a low-table
If the date is unavailable, please fill out our Waitlist Submission Form to get on the list.
~ seated on chairs at a dining table
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On August 8th, Lahaina was devastated by wildfires. We lost so many of our homes and tragically, many lives. We are still reeling from the reality that Lahaina has been changed forever. We continue to receive kind words and generous donations for our employees: Mahalo nui loa – we cannot thank you enough!
For the families who have experienced unfathomable loss, you are forever in our thoughts and hearts, and our aloha is with you. We thank Maui’s first responders and the numerous volunteers who have and continue to help us through these challenging times. Damage to our lu’au includes fallen trees, deterioration from ash and smoke, dehydrated landscaping, and battered furniture.
Decisions about our reopening will depend on the readiness of our employees and the Lahaina community. At this point, we have chosen to cancel and refund all lu’au bookings through January 31, 2024.
Please email us at email@example.com for assistance. Our teams are working from makeshift offices across Maui – our administrative offices at the historical Seaman’s Hospital on Front Street were lost to the fires – so our responses may be slower than we want, but we will be in touch.
Mahalo for your understanding and patience during these trying times.
Me ka ha’aha’a (with Humility)