Maui BYOB?

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#1 Post by walter page » May 7th, 2014, 2:59 pm

Apparently the county law has recently changed and some restaurants do permit it. However, other than seeing that Merriman's in Kapalua charges $45/bottle and Mama's Fish House charges $20 or $25, i haven't been able to get a good read on many restaurants. Anyone have a better list? Thanks

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#2 Post by Chris Presutti » May 10th, 2014, 1:22 am

We took a bottle of 2009 Ceritas Chardonnay Porter-Bass to Honu in Lahaina tonight. Honu and its sibling restaurant, Mala, next door charge $25. I'll report more as I find them.

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#3 Post by Brian Tuite » May 10th, 2014, 6:14 am

That's nice to know. On our last trip to Maui we ended up drinking a case of wine back at our hotel with Tapas. NTTAWWT!
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#4 Post by walter page » May 12th, 2014, 1:34 pm

Thanks; I would appreciate any additional insight you might have. How was Honu?

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#5 Post by Chris Presutti » May 15th, 2014, 1:17 am

Honu was nice, Walter. Casual. Get waterfront seats if you can. Good service too.

Maui establishments that do not allow BYO: Gerard's; I'O; Pacifico; Japengo.

Allows BYO:
Honu - $25
Mala - $25
Maui Fish & Pasta - $25
Longhi's - $30
Leilani's - $20 (BYO wine cannot be a wine on their list)

We enjoyed a wonderful evening tonight dining at Maui Fish & Pasta with fellow berserker Andrew Kaufman and our better halves. The food and service were terrific. Best meal of the trip so far.

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#6 Post by Andrew Kaufman » May 15th, 2014, 4:16 pm

Chris Presutti wrote:Honu was nice, Walter. Casual. Get waterfront seats if you can. Good service too.

Maui establishments that do not allow BYO: Gerard's; I'O; Pacifico; Japengo.

Allows BYO:
Honu - $25
Mala - $25
Maui Fish & Pasta - $25
Longhi's - $30
Leilani's - $20 (BYO wine cannot be a wine on their list)

We enjoyed a wonderful evening tonight dining at Maui Fish & Pasta with fellow berserker Andrew Kaufman and our better halves. The food and service were terrific. Best meal of the trip so far.
Unbelievable evening. The food and wine were terrific, the company even better.

I might add the following:

The Plantation House 35.00
Roy's 25.00
Koa's 20.00 but double check.

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