A classic Mai Tai comes with a panoramic ocean view of famous Ka’anapali Beach at Leilani’s. 

Whether you prefer the fine dining atmosphere upstairs or the more casual setting at our Beachside Grill, you can enjoy a Mai Tai and meal as memorable as Maui itself. 


Come for a Mai Tai, Stay for a Meal 

You are welcome to stop by our bar for a quick drink if you wish, but most who do find themselves equally intrigued by our award-winning, authentically Hawaiian cuisine. 

Our passion for quality starts with our relationships with local farmers, ranchers and fishermen. Even our pupus (appetizers) are made with Maui produce, Hawaiian fresh caught fish and playful hints of aloha. Try the Sloppy Jim Slider for a taste of Kalua pork, or the Dig Me Beach Ceviche with fresh island fish and local citrus. Our Hurricane Fries bring a wave of unique flavors including gochujang (red chili paste) and furikake (Japanese seasoning). 


Leilani’s Happy Hour 

Our happy hour is so warm and friendly, we call it Aloha Hour. Pupu and drink specials are available daily from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., with live music on Monday and Wednesday-Sunday. From wines and local beers to Mai Tais, margaritas and Lei’s Lemonade, all of the essentials are in place for you to have the perfect happy hour in Ka’anapali. Our regular menu is also available during Aloha Hour. 


In the Aloha Spirit 

We are where locals are proud to celebrate their special occasions, and where visitors from all over the globe find their postcard moments. Whether you are a Kama’ aina  coming in for a pau hana beer and a fish taco, a family visiting the island of Maui for the first time or a couple looking for that special date night, Leilani will ensure that you have found your new home in the islands. 


Sands of Time 

When you close your eyes and envision Hawaii in its purest, most heavenly form, the picture you paint in your head is the essence of Ka’anapali Beach.  

Leilani’s is located in the heart of Ka’anapali’s south beach, also known as “Dig-Me Beach.” From our elevated ocean view unlike anything else in Ka’anapali, you’ll dine along the three-mile stretch of magical white sand where Hawaii’s aliʻi (royalty) originally came to surf, paddle and play traditional Hawaiian games. The tradition of visiting Ka’anapali to play in its pristine tropical waters and adventure along its breathtaking coastline is still alive and well today. 


Leilani’s on the Beach is why we come to Maui. View our menu, make a reservation online, or let leisure lead you to our restaurant for a Mai Tai. Click here to learn more.