The Happiest Hours of West Maui15 April 2017
Aloha Mixed Plate | This place may as well be an all-day HH, by Maui price standards. Get a massive plate lunch of sliced teriyaki beef or shoyu chicken and two scoops of white rice and mac salad, all for just $11 a plate. Not bad, especially paired with a $2 beer. (Note: they offer other entree choices, but these were the two we liked most.)
Sea House Restaurant | Originally, we eyed up this place because of their Maui onion and cheese soup (think: French onion, but four kinds of onions, including sweet Maui onions). Sadly, all the rain during our stay sent travelers to Sea House in droves, and they cleared them out of onion soup. While this wasn't the most impressive HH menu (or meal) we found, the views are worth the visit alone. Overall, the menu's pretty good, but the prices are the real selling point.
Leilani's | Like many HHs in West Maui, Leilani's doesn't have a HH food menu. But the Leilani's fish tacos are the ones that everyone won't stop talking about. Truth be told, it's not even the fish that makes them so great, it's the sauce. You'll have to specially request it, maybe after a few rounds of $7 HH speciality cocktails. Keep in mind, parking in this area is rough. Leilani's is tucked between the fancy hotels and shops of Whaler's Village. Our suggestion is to park in one of the public garages and then swing by ABC Stores to pick up a few mid-trip necessities and then they'll validate your parking pass. Win-win!