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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It has been a somber six months since the devasting Fire on Maui, where Lahaina residents and businesses have worked hard to deal with this tragedy. The determined staff of the Old Lahaina Lu’au, along with numerous contractors, have done an amazing job repairing damage to our lu’au which includes fallen trees, deterioration from ash and smoke, dehydrated landscaping, and battered furniture.
After an inspiring Unity March in Lahaina on January 20th and a private blessing of our employees and property on Feb 17th, we feel reopening the Old Lahaina Lu’au is finally warranted. With our commitment to a few non-profit organizations who are focused on Lahaina’s rebuilding, we have humbly decided to welcome guests at the Old Lahaina Lu’au on March 12 – operating five days a week, Tuesday through Saturday.
Our online reservation system on our website has been updated and reflects our availability. We can be reached at 808-667-1998, but we are experiencing challenges with our phone lines, and hold times may be longer than expected. Reservation Sales Hours are 8:15am to 4:00pm daily.
Mahalo for your understanding, patience, and support during these trying times.
Me ka Ha’aha’a (with Humility)