Archive for July, 2018

july • 2018 keiki cover model

Keiki cover 7.18Sending a big Aloha and Mahalo to our five-year-old keiki cover boy Ashten DeRego and his family this month!

Ashten’s mom is Sherry Anne DeRego. She works at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa in rooms control and front office. Dad is Argylle DeRego, a loan officer.

The family lives in Kahului and Ashten will be starting kindergarten in the fall of this year. He loves to draw, play basketball, build Legos and travel with his family.

Mom shares, “Ashten has visited four countries and ten different states, he is very active physically and creative as well. Ashten is super excited to be a big brother to a soon-to-be baby sister! Every single discovery that we make about Ashten’s talents and abilities inspire us to work even harder to provide things that will cultivate his talents!”

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sunday brunch at humuhumu: lavish culinary spread meets incomparable ambiance

The Grand Wailea lives up to its name handsomely. From the opulent bougainvillea-punctuated waterfall that greets guests upon arrival; to the expansive lobby and exquisitely manicured grounds boasting Hawai‘i’s largest collection of fine art—including the renowned sculptures of Fernando Botero; to the network of gorgeous swimming pools and water activities; this resort is nothing short of top tier. Now visitors and locals alike can experience the ultimate brunch experience at the Grand’s magnificent Humuhumu restaurant on Sundays from 10:30am to 1pm.

The term “brunch,” a portmanteau of the words “breakfast” and “lunch,” was first coined in 1895 by writer Guy Beringer in the publication “Hunter’s Weekly.” He suggested, “Instead of England’s early Sunday dinner, a post-church ordeal of heavy meats and savory pies, why not a new meal, served around noon, that starts with tea or coffee, marmalade, and other breakfast fixtures, before moving along to the heavier fare? By eliminating the need to get up early on Sunday, brunch would make life brighter for Saturday-night carousers….” Continue reading ‘sunday brunch at humuhumu: lavish culinary spread meets incomparable ambiance’

brunching on the beach sundays at pacific’o

Your guests will love an oceanfront Sunday Brunch now offered every Sunday from 9:30am to 2pm at pacific’O on the beach at 505 Front Street in Lahaina Town. This unparalled beachfront setting is the perfect spot to celebrate and relax with friends and family this summer.

Savory treats like O‘o Farms Kimchee Avocado Toast, slices of nine grain bread perfectly toasted and topped with housemade kimchee, organic avocado and crunchy O‘o farm radishes ($13). The pacific‘O Loco Moco starts with “Fried rice tots”, layered with caramelized Maui onion gravy, organic poached egg and choice of Pork Belly, Kaua‘i grass fed beef or house made sausage ($17). Indulge your sweet tooth with their Warm Banana Bread made fresh daily and served with whipped cream ($9) or Cornflake French Toast with agave maple syrup, butter and berries ($13).
The brunch menu is rounded out with a Juicy 1/2 pound Maui beef burger ($20.50) and a Ginger Fresh Fish with ginger crust, peanut sauce, sweet Thai chili sauce, Kula vegetables, and rice ($19.50).

Now we are hungry! We are looking forward to heading to pacific‘O at 505 Front Street, Lahaina this weekend for Sunday Brunch from 9:30am to 2pm, please call 667-4341 for more information.


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