Ulupalakua Sunday Drive Event – March 6th, 2011

Ulupalakua Sunday Drive Event

SUNDAY, SEPT 5, 11 AM-4 PM

Celebrating Our Rich Heritage!


• Entertainment by Benny Uyetake, Brittni Paiva, and the Ki ho’alu master Cyril Pahinui, with Peter Moon, Jr. and Jeff Auhoy.
• Storytelling of life in times gone by.
• Grill favorites at the ranch store featuring Maui Cattle Co. Beef; Picnic fare also available.
• Complimentary wine tasting
• Live entertainment

An Ulupalakua Sunday Drive Event

Lawn chairs welcome! No pets, alcohol or coolers allowed.

For more information, call 878-6058.

From Central Maui, take Hana Highway (Route 36) to Haleakala Highway (Route 37). Heading up the mountain, stay on 37 all the way to the little community of Keokea. Pass Henry Fong Store on the right, and continue on the narrow road 5.1 miles to Ulupalakua. The winery is just past ranch headquarters and the Ulupalakua Ranch Store.

 

Ulupalakua Sunday Drive Event – Dec. 5th, 2010

Ulupalakua Sunday Drive Event - Dec. 5th, 2010

SUNDAY, DEC 5, 11 AM-4 PM

About the Sunday Drives
Ulupalakua hosts quarterly “Sunday Drive” events to share and honor different aspects of this unique historic area. In the spring, it’s “Ulupalakua Remembers,” celebrating the rich heritage of this historic ranchland. Summertime is “Ulupalakua Inspires,” celebrating the beauty that has captivated artists for generations. Fall is “Ulupalakua Cares,” celebrating the commitment to agriculture and open space in our community. And winter is “Ulupalakua Sparkles,” celebrating the arrival of the holidays with Maui-style gifts and festivities.
Each event features live music on the beautiful grounds of Maui’s Winery, lunch specials at Ulupalakua Ranch Store, free wine tasting, and opportunities to learn more about the area’s history and culture.
For more information about the Sunday Drives, call toll-free (877) 878-6058. To learn more about Ulupalakua, please visit www.mauiwine.com or www.ulupalakuaranch.com.

Maui’s Winery and Ulupalakua Ranch Store invite the public to come on up to Upcountry Maui for “Ulupalakua Sparkles” on Sunday, December 5, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The popular event is a festive way to celebrate the holiday season and enjoy delicious food, live music, free wine tasting, and a shoppers’ paradise of Maui-style gifts and specialty items. On this day, the ranch store and winery will offer exclusive Sunday Drive specials on all branded merchandise and wines—at prices previously only available to the Ulupalakua Employee ‘Ohana.

Adding extra sparkle to the shopping experience will be performances by slack key guitar master Jeff Peterson and Hawai‘i’s top-selling female vocalist Amy Hanaiali‘i. The son of an Ulupalakua Ranch paniolo, Peterson grew up immersed in the heritage of Hawaiian music. It’s a tradition that he continues to share with generations of Maui residents and visitors over the years, earning multiple Grammy and Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards. Renowned for her ha‘i falsetto singing, Maui’s own Hanaiali‘i has collected her share of Hōkū awards, as well as four Grammy award nominations for Best Hawaiian Music Album. Her new album, “Amy Hanaiali‘i and Slack Key Masters” features collaborations with Hawai‘i’s top slack key artists, including Peterson, and reflects the diversity of Hawaiian music today. The two will perform on the winery grounds from noon to 4 p.m. Meanwhile, over at the ranch store, guitar duo Indio and Avi will add their holiday stylings to the festivities from noon to 3 p.m.
Ulupalakua artist Randy Schaffer and Blow Your Mind Productions will showcase the beauty of handblown glass with demonstrations on the winery grounds throughout the day.

For another only-on-Maui gift idea: give the gift of a nene! Hawai‘i’s state bird was once extinct on Maui but is now making a successful comeback, thanks to efforts like Friends of Haleakala National Park’s Adopt-a-Nene program. Representatives of the program will be on hand at “Ulupalakua Sparkles” to share information about how to help Maui’s feathered favorite.

Hali‘imaile Pineapple Company will bring gifts of gold to the party—Maui Gold Pineapple, that is! This juicy island treat is the stuff that dreams—and the Winery’s delicious Maui wine—are made of. A special Walking Tour of the pineapple crushing and juicing operations will take place at 10:30 a.m., with a chance to learn more during a Talk Story with HPC Director Doug MacCluer in the winery pavilion at 1:30 p.m. Visitors can enjoy samples of field-fresh pineapple and even have the fruit shipped home to family.

Representatives will also be on hand from Maui Cattle Company. Formed in 2002 by a group of Maui ranchers, the company brought Hawaiian beef back to Hawai‘i. The result is premium Angus beef that is full of flavor and 100 percent natural, raised on Maui without growth hormones or antibiotics.

Other goodies include tasty treats by Maui Culinary Academy. Proceeds will benefit students as they further their education in the culinary arts.
A tempting array of lunch fare is also available from Ulupalakua Ranch Store Deli & Grill from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring Maui Cattle Co. and Ulupalakua Elk Burgers, the ranch’s famous Ulupalakua Steak Chili, and Maui Gold Pineapple, along with salads, sandwiches and other holiday lunch specials.

To share the Ulupalakua holiday spirit with family and friends, the ranch will assist guests with boxing and mailing their gift purchases. And Sunday Drive shoppers who purchase $25 or more will receive a one-day coupon valid throughout the month of December, ensuring the same special discounts on their next visit.

“Come on up and share the Ulupalakua holiday spirit!” says Paula Hegele, president of Maui’s Winery.

An Ulupalakua Sunday Drive Event

Lawn chairs welcome! No pets, alcohol or coolers allowed.

For more information, call toll free (877) 878-6058.

From Central Maui, take Hana Highway (Route 36) to Haleakala Highway (Route 37). Heading up the mountain, stay on 37 all the way to the little community of Keokea. Pass Henry Fong Store on the right, and continue on the narrow road 5.1 miles to Ulupalakua. The winery is just past ranch headquarters and the Ulupalakua Ranch Store.

 

Brigit and Bernard’s Garden Cafe – Maui Hawaii


Brigit & Bernard’s Garden Cafe brings German comfort food to the island of Maui.

335 Hoohana St # 7A
Kahului, HI 96732-3526
(808) 877-6000

Open:
MON-TUE 10:30 am-3:00 pm
WED-FRI 10:30 am-9:00 pm
SAT 3:00 pm-9:00 pm

Every Friday & Saturday in the month of October, Brigit & Bernard’s Garden Cafe hosts their annual October Fest Celebration!

2010 brought the 13th Annual October Fest with Award Winning Food, incredible BEER and European Style Aloha!

Relax in the Beer Garden. Eat until you’re stuffed!

Brigit & Bernard’s Garden Cafe is Family Owned and Operated, with tasty dishes like the turkey cream schnitzel with noodles and sauteed veggies, crab cake melt sandwich, lamb chops, salmon and yellow rice, chocolate mousse, and more.

You can also enjoy a wide selection of wines and German Beers!

Brigit & Bernard’s also offers catering for parties and events!!

Enjoy a wide selection of menus, service styles and options, whether a party for 400 people ( breakfast, lunch or dinner) or small in house party with your close friends. From a simple office luncheon to a sophisticated twelve course meal, prepared on location!

www.mauicater.com

 



 

Ulupalakua Sunday Drive Event – Sept. 5th, 2010

Sunday Drive to Ulupalakua

SUNDAY, SEPT 5, 11 AM-4 PM

Celebrating the commitment to agriculture and open space!

Featuring Bradda Francis,  Lanai’s Polihua Band and Joshua Kahula with Derick Sebastian.

• “A Voyage Back in Time: The Natural Treasures of Ulupalakua Ranch”– talk by botanist Dr. Art Medeiros, 12 noon.
• Walking Tour of Trees and “How to Determine the Value of a Tree” – talk by arborist Ernest Rezents, 2 p.m.
• Informational booths by local conservation groups
• Lunch specials, grill favorites & picnic fixin’s at Ulupalakua Ranch Store
• Complimentary wine tasting
• Live entertainment

An Ulupalakua Sunday Drive Event

Lawn chairs welcome! No pets, alcohol or coolers allowed.

For more information, call 878-6058.

From Central Maui, take Hana Highway (Route 36) to Haleakala Highway (Route 37). Heading up the mountain, stay on 37 all the way to the little community of Keokea. Pass Henry Fong Store on the right, and continue on the narrow road 5.1 miles to Ulupalakua. The winery is just past ranch headquarters and the Ulupalakua Ranch Store.

 

Stella Blues Cafe – Maui Hawaii

Stella Blues Cafe’ is located at 1279 South Kihei Road in Azeka’s II Shopping Center.

Established in 1991, Stella Blues is family owned and operated.

Voted “Best Overall Restaurant 2009” by Maui News Readers

Open Daily: 7:30am – 11:00pm

(808) 874-3779

For more information, visit us at: StellaBlues.com/

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Cuatro Restaurant – Maui Hawaii

Cuatro Restaurant is located at 1881 South Kihei Road, Suite 111 in Kihei, Maui Hawaii. Cuatro was Voted Best New Restaurant in 2009 by the Maui News. Join us for Dinner Nightly from 4 pm to 10 pm – Happy Hour Daily from 4 pm to 6 pm.

There are so many great things to try on our menu. Start with a salad, or our Spicy Tuna Nachos, Shrimp Mini Tacos, Crab Cakes, Asian Style Pupu Steak, Togarashi Seared Ahi, Asian Style Duck Quesadilla…and more

Entrees include such dishes as: Fresh Hawaiian Fish of the Day, with over 4 different preparations, Roasted Chicken Breast stuffed with green chilies, ham and pepper jack cheese, mashed potatoes, southwestern butter sauce, and house vegetables, Asian Marinated Grilled Steak, Marinated Pork..and more.

We also have a large wine list to choose from!

Come visit us at:
1881 South Kihei Road, Suite 111
Kihei, Hawaii 96753

or Call: (808) 879-1110

Visit us online at: CuatroMaui.com

 



 

Maui Winery at Ulupalakua Ranch – Kula, HI


Maui Winery at Ulupalakua Ranch

Maui Winery at Ulupalakua Ranch is located at
153 Kula Hwy. – Kula, HI 96790

Tedeschi Vineyards is a beautiful side trip, whether you’re visiting Haleakala Crater, exploring the old cowboy town of Makawao, or just enjoying Upcountry Maui’s exceptional vistas. The road to the winery climbs and dips amid the rolling hills and lush pastures of the region known as Ulupalakua, where paniolos – Hawaii’s cowboys still herd cattle on horseback.

The winery is located about an hour’s drive from the resort areas of Wailea and Ka’anapali, 2,000 feet up the verdant slopes of Maui’s dormant volcano. From this elevation, spectacular views sweep across the Central Valley and the West Maui Mountains.

For more information call us TOLL FREE at: 877-878-6058
or visit us online at: MauiWine.com