Last fall, Oahu’s Kimi Werner was featured in Outside magazine, a thrill for anyone. But when the spearfishing champion and waterwoman highlighted it on social media, her excitement was not as much about the article, but about its author, Susan Casey. When she learned that Casey would be writing the story, Werner posted, “I just about lost my mind!” Praising her as “a woman … [Read more...] about Author Susan Casey’s fascination with oceans shows no sign of ebbing
Best Seafood Mama's Fish House In this category, it’s kind of hard for other places to compete against Mama’s Fish House, where the catch is so fresh that the name of the boat on which it was caught is listed on the menu. Dealing direct with the talented local fisherman means that Mama’s gets the best of the day’s catch. The crab-stuffed mahi is their signature dish, but … [Read more...] about MauiTime Best of Maui 2013: Best Seafood on Maui: Mama’s Fish House
Don Bastian Mama’s Fish House How did you get a job there? Recommendation from friend. What spirit do you like to work with the most? what is the last drink you made with it? Rum, mai tai Perhaps you are a wine and beer fan and distilled beverages don’t float your boat, what is the last incredible wine or beer you drank? What made it spectacular? Peju Cabernet, had … [Read more...] about Mama’s Fish House’s Happiest Hours and Interview with Don Bastian @MamasFishHouse
Most of the time we think of Mama's Fish House as that special place to enjoy a romantic anniversary or milestone birthday dinner. That is alright but you're selling yourself short of an astonishing lunch experience, or a casual afternoon at the bar for drinks and pupus. Their remarkable dining room is like no other place on Maui. Decorated with their cheerful retro … [Read more...] about Mama’s Fish House for lunch? The Kuau Restaurant on Maui is Spectacular no matter what time of day.
We had a chance to interview Tide and Kiva Rivers this week, two Eastside surfers who are living the island dream. The two interact like best friends, one often finishing the other’s sentences. Their parents, Barry and Stella, moved here from the East Coast in search of their island paradise. The addition of Kiva, Tide and daughter Maya, completed the picture. Meet the … [Read more...] about Interview with Maui Surfers Kiva and Tide Rivers – February 3, 1998