There’s more to Hawai‘i’s food than
(although that’s really good, too). If you’re looking for a Hawai‘i take on some of your favorite dishes, look no further than DOWN THE HATCH . Here, the emphasis is on locally sourced ingredients, especially fresh fish. This eatery, located right across from Lahaina’s famous Banyan Tree, has something for everyone: breakfast, lunch and dinner, a kid’s menu and even Southern specialties like their Shrimp Po’Boy and Chicken N’ Waffles. Must- try dishes include the DTH Fish and Fries, Lobster & Crab Stuffed Grilled Cheese (an award-winning sandwich!), Captain’s Catch and the Southern Style Loco Moco (breakfast).
With its fun atmosphere, combined with ‘ono food and drinks, it’s no wonder Down the Hatch has been earning accolades and topping readers’ choice lists. It is regularly recognized as a favorite Maui late- night spot.
Next door, find sister eatery, BREAKWELL SHAVE ICE CO . Here, indulge in healthy and ‘ono açai and pitaya bowls, coffee, Valley Isle Kombucha, Maui-made Roselani ice cream and shave ice made with natural flavors. For those over 21, there’s even Adult Shave Ice, or “Icy Cocktails” such as Mango Margarita, Mai Tai and Mudslide.
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. Located at 658 Front St. For more information, go to dthmaui.com. DOWN THE HATCH AND BREAKWALL SHAVE ICE CO. 808-661-4900