It's been a popular, casual spot with locals since it first opened—several owners ago—in 1989, and to be around that long, it's got to be doing something right. You can get everything from huevos rancheros to local-style fried rice at breakfast; plate lunches, salads, wraps, and more for lunch; and fresh fish, chicken, steak, and pasta for dinner. If that's not enough for you, there are separate pizza, pupu, and bar menus. In the truest sense of the phrase, there's
something for everyone. Since this restaurant buys its fish from Lahaina Harbor anglers, the catch is always a good bet.