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The Five Palms Restaurant

Contact: Ms. Edith Pendleton

2960 S. Kihei Road * Kihei, HI 96753

Phone: 808-879-2607 * Fax: 808-875-4803

Email: fivepalmsrest@cs.com

Website: http://www.fivepalmsrestaurant.com

 

Ghiselani Wedding Cakes

Cell Phone: (80 385-0481

Contact: Marie Ghislaine Audant

2860 Ualani Place * Pukalani, HI 96768

Phone: (80 572-4996 * Fax: (80 572-4991

Email: designercakes@mauicakestore.com

Website: http://www.mauicakestore.com

 

Jerome E. Metcalfe's Rusty Harpoon Restaurant & Tavern

Contact: Suzzette Metcalfe

2435 Kaanapali Pkwy * Lahaina, HI 96761

Phone: (80 661-3123 * Fax: (80 661-3808

Email: manager@rustyharpoon.com

 

Larry Mischle Caterer Extraordinaire, Inc.

Contact: Larry Mischle

281 Kaikea St * Kihei, HI 96753

Phone: (80 281-1913 * Fax: (80 879-1183

Email: mischlel001@hawaii.rr.com

Website: http://www.mauiweddingcaterer.com

 

Maui Wedding Cakes

Contact: Casey A. Logsdon / Cheryl Logsdon

100 Luluka Pl. * Kihei, HI 96753

Toll Free: (866) 537-8888

Phone: (80 874-5932 * Fax: (80 874-1832

Email: WeddingCake@hawaii.rr.com

Website: http://www.mauiweddingcakes.com

 

Maxwells' of Maui - Custom Cakes

Contact: Jay D. Force

140 Omaikai Place * Kahana, HI 96761

Toll Free: (866) 500-2253

Phone: (80 669-4494 * Fax: (80 669-6747

Email: jay@maxwellscakes.com

Website: http://www.maxwellscakes.com

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There are two absolutely fantastic companies not on your list.

 

For catering: Fedwell Catering

The owner works with the bride to accommodate her wishes and budget. He is easy to work with, his staff never has an attidtude and, of course the food is exceptional. And, yet, his prices are reasonable.

 

For Cakes: Maui Wedding Cakes - Maui Weddings, Wedding Cakes on Maui, Maui Bakeries, Weddings on Maui

Again, top notch product with reasonable prices. And she will be happy to copy any cake design you may find.

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Food for the Soul is AMAZING!! I used them for my wedding 3 months ago and Tina and Rob made me feel like the most special person in the world! Their food, presentation and price are out of this world. My day was *that* much more special because we went with Food for the Soul. Amazing. Wonderful. And I was tickled with the final result!!!

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