The open-air dining room is literally over the water, with flickering torches after sunset and a relatively affordable seafood-focused menu—especially at lunch, when you can dine oceanside on burgers with Maui Cattle Co. beef, turkey, shrimp, or taro/lentil, or fresh seafood—perhaps fish tacos, ahi poke tostadas, or the catch of the day. Bonus: Mai tais are $6.50 from noon to 5pm. Chef Keith Salvador becomes more creative with dinner preparations, such as wok-fried ahi in a teriyaki mochiko batter with seaweed salad and kimchee or a seafood quinoa paella that includes Maui smoked venison chorizo as well as herb-rubbed island fish, tiger shrimp, and scallops. Tip: The Outlets of Maui offers 3 hours of free parking with validation.