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Maalaea Restaurants

Beach Bums Bar & Grill
Beach Bums Bar & Grill
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Grill | Maalaea, Maui

Beach Bums Bar & Grill is a barbecue grill restaurant that is located in Maalaea Harbor Shops in Maui and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Beach Bums Bar & Grill features an all wood rotisserie smoker that uses local wood to give the smoked meats a unique island flavor.

The menu offers continental and full breakfast options including breakfast wrap, eggs with choice of rice or home fries, omelets and pancakes. Lunch and dinner options at Beach Bums Bar & Grill include burgers, grilled mahi mahi sandwich, chili and cheese fries, shrimp tempura, mahi mango wrap, baby back ribs, tuna melt and Beach Bum's nachos.

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Discover Maalaea

A small but popular harbor and village beside the blue Pacific, Ma'alaea offers several dining options and food to-go for snorkelers and beachgoers. Breakfast options at the harbor include traditional American meals like eggs Benedict or native Hawaiian favorites, including moco loco and spam musubi. Slightly inland, find chef-inspired new American cuisine, with dinner prepared with locally grown produce and European-inspired meat, poultry and seafood dishes. Harborside restaurants serve local seafood, and crustaceans are served along with Hawaiian favorites like sandwiches made from locally raised pork and appetizers like ahi poke. Other choices include Asian-inspired noodles and soup, also served in full view of the ocean and harbor.

Discover Maalaea

A small but popular harbor and village beside the blue Pacific, Ma'alaea offers several dining options and food to-go for snorkelers and beachgoers. Breakfast options at the harbor include traditional American meals like eggs Benedict or native Hawaiian favorites, including moco loco and spam musubi. Slightly inland, find chef-inspired new American cuisine, with dinner prepared with locally grown produce and European-inspired meat, poultry and seafood dishes. Harborside restaurants serve local seafood, and crustaceans are served along with Hawaiian favorites like sandwiches made from locally raised pork and appetizers like ahi poke. Other choices include Asian-inspired noodles and soup, also served in full view of the ocean and harbor.