This veteran beachfront eatery offers a mix of its longtime favorites—fresh-made chow fun noodles, Korean kalbi ribs, and seared fresh-catch sandwiches—and newer, inventive dishes like a roasted beet salad with grilled pineapple, local greens, mascarpone, and ume (Chinese plum) vinaigrette. Some of the ingredients, like the smoky beets and meltingly good short ribs, are roasted in the traditional Hawaiian imu (underground oven) at the Old Lahaina Luau grounds next door. Breakfast features Hoaloha Bake Shop sweet rolls in its egg Benedicts, taro hash with kalua ham and eggs, and a delightfully fluffy soufflé pancake. At the bar, try the Sassy Wahine (Hornitos tequila, mango puree, lime and orange juice, strawberry swirl, and li hing mui rim) or the Jala-Pina margarita, which blends Hornitos with a shrub of jalapeno, pineapple, and lime.