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Rehearsal Dinner Ideas

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#1 lizzyl875

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    Posted 11 October 2009 - 03:28 PM

    Just wondering if anyone has suggestions for a restaurant for the rehearsal dinner? Anywhere in the Lahaina area and north up to Kapalua. I'll probably have less than 15 people. So far, i've only looked at Hula Grill. Trying to keep it on the not too expensive end. Thanks for your feedback.

    #2 Jordanna Ristau

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      Posted 14 October 2009 - 02:04 PM

      I have heard wonderful things about the food at Hula Grill, sounds like a great spot!

      #3 Married_In_Maui

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        Posted 16 October 2009 - 01:21 PM

        I am biased when it comes to giving suggestions, as we had our rehearsal dinner at the Hula Grill & it was fab!!!! The location, the food, the atmosphere - all fantastic!! Another suggestion would be maybe a luau. We did a luau (Drums of Pacific) for our reception & it was soooo much fun. Good luck!!

        #4 isaidyes

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          Posted 16 October 2009 - 01:22 PM

          I've also heard great things about the Hula Grill. Good luck

          #5 bridetov

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            Posted 24 November 2009 - 03:32 PM

            I've been to the Hula Grill and it's always great. Lealani's on the Beach- right across the way is a great choice too.

            We're having ours at Aloha Mixed Plate as we're looking to go REALLY inexpensive. We have about 30 people going and that adds up fast. It'll be a fun and super casual dinner and then the next night we'll get all fancied up. I thought it was a nice way to mix things up. And they also have more traditional Hawaiian fare vs. regular American food.

            #6 Jenny_n_Matt

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              Posted 04 December 2009 - 06:21 PM


              We're having our rehearsal dinner at BJs Chicago Pizzaria. We eat there every time we visit Maui and it's such a nice place right on Front Street. They have live music at night so you don't even have to pay for entertainment! :)

              I've always found Hula Grill a bit crowded and noisy. The food's alright but I like Leilanis much better for food! Plus they have their upstairs dining area!

              Oooh, what about Dukes in Lahaina? MMMM, they have seriously nice food! YUM YUM!

              #7 Sherry

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                Posted 12 December 2009 - 05:25 PM

                We went to a luau for our rehearsal dinner, at the Wailea Marriott (we were having our ceremony on the hotel grounds). People loved it. We would have done one of the luaus up by Lahaina, but we since we were having the wedding in Wailea, we wanted to stay on the south side.

                Further to everyone else's comments, I've heard really good things about Hula grill too.

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