One person needs to buy souvenirs for their entire extended family, someone else really wants to watch sports on TV, and you’re just looking for good food. The Pint & Cork, inside The Shops at Wailea, is the best way to make everyone happy. They have tons of TVs and serve upscale bar food - like a four-cheese mac and cheese with bechamel sauce that you can add black truffle, bacon, jalapeño, and even lobster to. If that’s not enough cheese, there’s also a short rib grilled cheese and you can pair that with one of the 16 beers on tap. Plus, The Pint & Cork is open daily until 2am and is one of the few late-night spots on the south side of the island, so it’s a good spot to know about.
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