A: The Myths of Maui oceanfront luau features a sumptuous all-you-care-to-eat buffet, complimentary cocktails and a beautiful celebration of music, drums, and dance. Hot entrees include Pan-fried Pancit Noodles, Teriyaki Chicken, Island Fish, Kalua Pork, and Asian Beef Stir Fry. Sides include Whole Kernel Corn, Fried Rice, Molokai Sweet Potato, Fresh Guava and Taro Dinner Rolls. See our complete menu for more details.
A: Yes, the Myths of Maui Luau offers nightly shows. All shows start at 6 pm for general seating. Seats are on a first-come basis, so make your reservations in advance or arrive early so you don't miss a beat.
A: If you're lucky to attend a mouthwatering and festive luau, you may want to dress the part. Comfortable clothes are always appropriate in Hawaii. Most ladies wear nice shorts, pants, or a casual tropical sundress. Men typically wear khaki shorts or jeans with an Aloha (Hawaiian) print shirt. You might want to bring a light sweater in the winter months, as after the sun sets, it can get slightly chilly.