Mauka Makai is a culinary experience celebrating the farming and fishing culture of ancient Hawai'i. Ancient Hawaiians drew their sustenance-physical and spiritual- from the land and sea around them. Seafood provided the primary protein in the Hawaiian diet, complementing staples such as taro, sweet potato and breadfruit. This sets the stage for Mauka Makai - toward the mountain, toward the ocean.
Inu, the Hawaiian word for drink, is a spectacular pool bar with breathtaking views of Kā‘anapali Beach from two levels. With local island favorites and an atmosphere designed to inspire one to ho'onanea, Inu Pool Bar promises to delight.
Kauhale, or place of gathering, is a destination in itself. This on-site market offers food, gifts and other products, many of which support the local community and promote Hawaiian culture. Whether you are just arriving on vacation and stocking up or need last-minute souvenirs, Kauhale Market has it all.
This specialty “grab and go ” is modeled after Hawai‘i’s famed “crack seed” shops made popular during the plantation era, offering quick snacks and sweet treats to satisfy a variety of tastes and cravings.