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Lahaina Coolers on Maui offers good food at great prices

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Lahaina Coolers is a casual, laid-back restaurant in the town of Lahaina on the west side of Maui, Hawaii.

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Located on Dickenson Street just one block off famous Front Street, Lahaina Coolers has been providing outstand service to both locals and visitors to Maui since 1989. It has a nice bar with several TV's if you're just looking to catch a sporting event or have a drink, and there's a nice outdoor seating area for diners wanting to explore the extensive menu and wine list.

For breakfast there's everything from omelettes to pancakes, along with local favorites like Loco Moco and breakfast fried rice. Lunch offers wraps, pasta dishes, and a popular Whaler's Stew.

The dinner menu features homemade pizzas, salads (try the Soba Noodle salad), local fish and steak options, and several outstanding pasta dishes. There's several pupus worth considering, with the Black Salt Seared Scallops being a favorite of many visitors that come to Lahaina Coolers when coming to Maui each year.

Looking for an out-of-the-way restaurant in Lahaina that offers outstanding food at reasonable prices? Try the relaxed environment of Lahaina Coolers. It has something for the entire family.

Lahaina Coolers

180 Dickenson Street

Suite 107

Lahaina, HI 96761

(808) 661-7082

Open 8 a.m. to midnight each day

Directions. Take Hwy.30 to the west side of Maui, and turn toward the ocean and Front Street at the Dickenson intersection with Hwy. 30. Go through the stop sign, and then start looking for parking. There's a parking lot across the street from Lahaina Coolers, along with on-street parallel parking for free in front of the restaurant.


  • Park along Dickenson Street in either a free spot along Dickenson Street or in a parking lot with an hourly rate. It's a good, secure place to leave your car if you're planning on walking Front Street.
  • Reservations are not needed, but please call if you have a large group or have special requirements.
  • Front Street is one block away from Lahaina Coolers, and it's a great walking street to explore the many art galleries, souvenir shops, jewelry stores, and historic buildings either before or after your meal.
  • As you approach Front Street, the Baldwin Museum will be to your left. Take a few minutes to explore the first missionary buildings on Maui.
  • To see Maui's famous banyan tree, take a left at Front Street and go about a block. It's easy-to-find, yet hard to believe it's just one tree.

Other Attractions.

  • If you're looking for some chocolate for dessert, try Hawaii Fudge Company on Front Street, or grab a bag of Big Wave Taffy at the same store.
  • A shave ice is a "must" when visiting a Hawaiian island, and Ululani's Shave Ice is the best on Maui and is a short walk on Front Street from Lahaina Coolers.
  • Try a gelato at Ono Gelato on Front Street after lunch or dinner.

Hawaii Information.

  • If you're staying on Maui, Hawaii, consider taking a short flight on Hawaiian Airlines to the island of Oahu. The Waikiki Beach and Honolulu areas are popular attractions, along with Pearl Harbor and the North Shore.
  • While on Maui, consider taking a ferry to the island of Lana'i. It's a great day trip and is particularly enjoyable during whale season (Dec - April).
  • The historic Whaling town of Lahaina is one of Maui's best places to shop and dine, as there are many restaurants, art galleries, jewelry stores, souvenir shops, and historic buildings.
  • Thinking of going to Thailand and other countries in Southeast Asia? Bangkok is the most visited city in SE Asia, and is an incredible city to visit. Flights from Honolulu are available on China Airlines, United, Delta, and Philippine Airlines.


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