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I'm getting married in Maui on november 5th this year and booked my reception at the Seawatch. I've heard nothing but good things and this was one of the first places my wedding planner suggested for the reception. Their menu options look good on their website so I'm very happy with the choice to go with them.. even though I've never been there. :)

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my cousin got married there a few years ago and we looked into it very seriously for the first part of planning. I think its one of the most beautiful spots on Maui. I will try to find some photos but they have tons on their site.

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The Seawatch restaurant is known for its amazing views, beautiful grounds and privacy!!! I've heard mixed revues on the food, because I guess there are some very incredible restaurants on the island...(I've been reading "Maui Revealed"...a must have, by the way:...the Seawatch it's not rated as a top notch rest. as far as the food goes....)

 

Having said that, I still booked this venue for our wedding brunch, I mean, how bad can it be, when 90% of all bride go here for their weddings...I think that ambiance really sets the tone! I would think the food would have to be really bad, to ruin the day, and I've honesty not heard anything along that line. The worst review that I've heard, is that it was so-so...not enough to change my mind...

Hope this helps...

BB5

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I've eaten there within the last year, thought the food was incredible!

We dined with a table of 10 couples...the overall consensus was that the food was great.

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My fiance and I have booked our reception at Seawatch in October. I haven't been there before either, but have heard great things about it. Our wedding coordinator said it's wonderful.

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We have also booked our reception there for Jan. 09. Heard nothing but wonderful things. My mother in law checked it out while they were there this past Jan, and brought home pictures. It is Wonderful!

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