It’s pretty easy to spend a lot of money in Maui eating in places exclusively for the sunset. So when you want somewhere that’s more affordable, head to 808 On Main, one of our favorite lunch spots on the island. All their sandwiches and paninis, like the Red Rooster with turkey, bacon and Sriracha aioli, are under $15 and you can get them with a margarita or one of their “beer and a shot” combos. The one thing you can’t miss here is their freshly-made pudding - with options like banana, chocolate peanut butter, Snickers, and pistachio. Plus, Happy Hour specials like Margarita Monday and Wing Wednesday will help save room in the vacation budget for that zipline tour or snuba adventure you’ve been eyeing.

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