The next time you’re on Maui looking from someplace to eat, “You Can Go Your Own Way” or you can make your way to Fleetwood’s on Front Street. One of the newest restaurants on the Magic Isle and started by Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac fame.
The restaurant features four levels and over 16,000 square feet of space. There is a beautiful view of both the ocean and the West Maui Mountains from its rooftop setting, especially at sunset.
Fleetwood’s On Front Street is the only roof-top dining in Lahaina and the views are breathtaking making any event a memorable one. There is a VIP Private Dining room on the Main Dining level perfect for small special events or business meetings.
The menu features dishes by celebrity chef Scott Leibfried, best known for his work hosting and participating in cooking-related competition programs such as Hell’s Kitchen and the Food Network Challenge. The wine list is exceptional and is a perfect match to the elegant cuisine presented. Contact us to add Fleetwood’s to your island dine around.
Ahoy Mateys! Looking for a fun way to celebrate your next Hawaiian shore leave? Add a flair for the fantastic with MC&A’s Pirates-themed party. Your crew of VIP guests will enjoy this special stop into their own private pirate cove filled with celebration and song.
Treasure chests filled with gold, jewels and other booty dress the tables and surrounding area. A few “fallen crew members” along with kegs of rum and exotic silks also add to the pirate decor. Inside, your crew can try their hand (or hooks) at different carnival pirate games or refresh their wardrobe in the pirate costume and hat-building stations.
The remains of a shipwreck long forgotten serves as a stage backdrop, while the live band in front keeps the energy going all night long. Throughout the event, performers from around the world interact and entertain your guests with their mystifying skills.
This is definitely one port of call that you won’t want to miss.
MC&A recently created a Jurassic Park themed event at Kualoa Ranch, the actual filming location of the movie. Guests were treated to a tram ride through Kualoa Ranch as special VIPs of INGEN, the corporation behind the dinosaur cloning technology. They traveled through the iconic Jurassic Park gates and passed through open fields filled with giant dino eggs, nests and bones.
The tram took them up to an old science bunker filled with scientists and equipment to enjoy pupus and drinks. Afterwards, they drove down to the main campsite to enjoy a fabulous outdoor lunch. The sounds of the roaming dinosaurs could be echoing through the valley, adding to the excitement.
It was truly a fun and immersive experience that they won’t soon forget.