The lodge’s restaurant is best at breakfast, when the prices are lower and the views through the picture windows have an eye-popping intensity. The million-dollar vista spans the flanks of Haleakala, all of Central Maui, the emerald-green West Maui Mountains, and the Pacific Ocean on two coasts. The kitchen turns out decent eggs Benedicts, including one topped with fresh fish and a veggie version crowned with spinach, tomatoes, and feta cheese. The buttermilk pancakes with macadamia nuts are tasty, but avoid the bland loco moco (hamburger, rice, and a fried egg slathered in listless brown gravy). For dinner, your best bet is pizza baked in the brick oven outdoors (if it’s fired up). Try the upcountry vegetable pie with San Marzano tomato sauce, smoked mozzarella, and herb-roasted veggies.