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Gazebo Restaurant Maui

This little restaurant is located at 5315 Lower Honoapiilani Road, north of Kaanapali. It is at a resort called the Napali Shores -- it's a little out of the way but it has a great view and a wonderful breakfast. (seves breakfast and lunch only.) A lot of folks consider it the best breakfast value on Maui -- specializing in pancakes (macademia nut, banana, etc.) and standard egg & bacon/sasuage breakfasts.

Gazebo Restaurant Maui Entrance

This is where you enter the resort to go to the Gazebo Restaurant -- the restaurant is in the back, by the shoreline.

Gazebo Restaurant Maui Building

The restaurant is really an open air gazebo! It seats maybe 40 people -- so there is often a line. Get there early in the morning if you want to avoid the line -- otherwise, it is a pleasant wait -- see the shore, take in the morning sun, and meet a few island visitors and residents who have come for breakfast.

Gazebo Restaurant Maui Inside

Inside the Gazebo Restaurant you'll find cozy tables that are snug up against windows that look out on the ocean. Order up some pancakes or bacon and eggs and enjoy the indoor/outdoor atmosphere.