Alfred Franco’s grandmother started growing and roasting coffee in remote and charming Keokea back in 1918, when she was 16 years old. Five generations later, this family-run cafe is still fueled by homegrown Haleakala beans and frequented by local paniolo (cowboys). Line up at the busy counter for espresso, home-baked pastries, hot oatmeal, scrambled eggs, or, on Sundays, a variety of eggs Benedict served on a cornmeal waffle. Rotating lunch specials include spinach lasagna, teriyaki chicken, and beef stew. Sit out on the scenic lanai where the air is always the perfect temperature and listen to a Hawaiian guitarist serenade his bygone sweethearts. Pick up a few lemon squares and a slice of pumpkin bread to go.