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Looking for Restaurant Recommendations in Maui

foodieto123 | Feb 27, 201811:13 AM     1

Hello fellow foodies, we are very excited to be visiting Hawaii in March. Staying in Wailea area but ok to drive for about 30 min for an experience meal. Ideally looking for outdoor seating and amazing food. So far, we have reservations to:
- monkeypod
- restaurant at hotel wailea
- kaana kitchen

All of the above, I would consider on a more upscale side. Have 7 more evenings to fill - would love suggestions of casual places that have a nice atmosphere (ideally al fresco) and other upscale restaurants. I should also note, that we usually go for dinners around 8:30 so sunset viewings will be done from our lanai :-)

One last question - do restaurants allow to bring your own wine if you pay corkage? If there's corkage, would love to know the range of how much they charge

Thank you in advance.

Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman
The Restaurant at Hotel Wailea
Ka'ana Kitchen
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