Views to die for, saw whales flipping just off shore as we sipped $4. dollar drinks during Happy Hour. Service was timely, food fresh, disliked nothing.
Whenever I'm in Maui I head over to Betty's on Weds eve for the $17 lobster special. You just have to order something else to go with it... anything. If you hang out past sunset you'll also get to see the luau on the beach which those people are paying $100 for. These lobster are actually genetically Maine lobster but... More
Betty's Beach Café quickly became our "go to" place to eat breakfast and dinner if we just wanted to keep things simple and affordable. Be sure to try the prime rib on Saturday evenings and the lobster special on Wednesdays. If you get there right after sundown, you can watch part of the Feast at Lele Luau show at the... More
The food is average but the service was great. The plus was that we were able to watch the Feast at Lele luau right fromt the restaurant without having to pay the high price of the luau.
I would think maybe watching the free luau may be the only high point here. My husband and I stopped for an evening cocktail and dessert and were disappointed with both. The clued out bartender didn't make it any more enjoyable and staff discussing their tips really aggravated me.
Betty's is next to our resort and decided to give it a try our first night in Maui. After 2 1/2 hrs. in line at the car rental center at the airport, we did not care that we missed their happy hour with highly discounted mai-tais, margaritas, and mojitos. The mango margaritas and mojitos were tasty. We opted for the... More
When Betty's opened a couple years ago it seemed rather stiff and almost uptight. Wow, things have changed since that visit. This place was packed and hopping on a recent Wednesday night. Of course it didn't hurt that Wednesdays is lobster night. A giant lobster dinner for $18.95 was the big draw and it was quite good. Another visit I... More
We went here for breakfast & the free mimosas. on weekends. The French toast was excellent. The staff were very friendly & helpful with suggestions since we had just arrived. Kid friendly too. They could watch the beach while we finished our drinks. Would recommend eating here.
We went to Betty's because you could watch the Feast of Le Le from her cafe! I ordered the kapalua pork, it was really good and a huge plate, my daughter ordered fish and chips and didn't really like them. I was very disappointed with the what I saw of the lua and am so glad I didn't pay to... More
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