Located in The Shops at Wailea, under a half-mile away from most of South Maui’s beach resorts, Longhi’s is our number one brunch pick on the island. They bake all of their bread and pastries on-site and have an entire section of their menu dedicated to benedicts, which includes lobster, crab cake, and lox varieties - though we tend to order the off-menu bacon one so we don’t miss out on the thick-cut, maple-cured slices. They serve brunch every day of the week, but if you find yourself back here for dinner, the family-style lobster Longhi will have you wondering why there aren’t always two one-pound Kona lobsters on top of your seafood pasta.
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