“A world-famous luau”
The Old Lahaina Luau has grown from its humble beginnings to the leadership role it now holds in the industry. At nearly 100 percent capacity year round, the Luau seats 440 guests seven evenings a week, and has a dedicated staff of 160 employees. Hookipa (hospitality) is still the hallmark of the evening at the Luau, with a ratio of one staff person for every twelve guests,. That first year, the Old Lahaina Luau had approximately 21 employees and sales of just over $600,000. Projected sales for year 2001 are $10.3 million and Old Lahaina Luau alone has over 160 employees. The Luau was recognized once again in the HVCB-2000 keep it Hawaii- Kahili Awards program. Aloha Mixed Plate is fast becoming a west side landmark; also winning a Kahili Award in the “Restaurant” category for the “Keep It Hawaii” awards. The Feast at Lele, less than two years old is also becoming an acclaimed dining and entertainment destination.
Dancers were great, but waiter was constantly pandering for a tip. We were told that we would go through the buffet a second time to sample items we missed the first time, but we were never given the opportunity. I was disappointed that it was too crowded to see the roasted pig removed from the pit. Food was mediocre.
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Old Lahaina Lu'au
- Sun - Sat: 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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