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The Westin Nanea Ocean Villas, Ka'anapali


From the lobby to the pool, our beachfront resort in Maui offers restaurants and bars on the water steeped in local Hawaiian culture. Connect with Lahaina fishing villages and farmer's markets with our dining menu at Mauka Makai. Taste juicy, nourishing pineapples straight from the stock at Kauhale Market. Lunch and dinner creations are delivered to your lounge chair at Inu Pool Bar, while on-the-go snacks entice at Mea 'Ono. Refresh and refuel with these restaurants on the water at The Westin Nanea Ocean Villas, Ka'anapali in Lahaina, Maui.

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Mauka Makai dining area

Mauka Makai

Multiple cuisines

Enjoy dining on the water in one of Lahaina's finest eateries "toward the mountain" and "toward the sea," as our name says in Hawaiian. Order Kona lobster, taro, sweet potato and breadfruit from the winner of 'Aipono Award's "Best New Restaurant, 2018.

7:00 AM-10:00 AM
Inu Pool Bar outdoor seating.

Inu Pool Bar

Multiple cuisines

Rejuvenate with sunshine and Maui-inspired snacks in Lahaina. Inu Pool Bar serves lunch and dinner with locally sourced ingredients from island farmers. Enjoy our casual restaurant's al fresco dining room or lounge under an umbrella for poolside service.

11:00 AM-8:00 PM
Kauhale Market checkout counter and coffee station.

Kauhale Market


Fuel your day in Lahaina, Maui with a Starbucks® coffee and pastry. Kauhale Market offers fresh fruit and meat in a grocery-style store. You can also take one of our marinated cuts to the poolside grill or invite friends to your resort villa for wine.

Open for breakfast,lunch and dinner
Mea 'Ono shelves fully stocked with food, beverages, and snacks.

Mea 'Ono (Temporarily Closed)


Mea 'Ono is essential for travelers on the move. Before you leave our resort for Lahaina Town or Ka'anapali Beach, grab a bottled water or bag of candy for the kids. This grab-and-go option is modeled after popular, plantation-era "crack seed" shops.