The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa is celebrating its 60th anniversary by unveiling a variety of new menu options, including a $60 Mai Tai. The new cocktail is served in a golden keepsake pineapple. Other menu additions include sweet ube mochi pancakes, while visitors can also enjoy beachside s’mores and the new Signature Black Rock Ice Cream honoring the resort’s famous setting at legendary Pu’u Keka’a (Black Rock).
The Sheraton Maui’s $60 Anniversary Mai Ta features a blend of Bacardi Gran Reserva Limitada; Pierre Ferrand dry curacao; lilikoi juice; Reynold’s Falernum all-natural cocktail syrup with flavors of ginger, almond, clove, and fresh lime zest; and Angostura Bitters, topped with a housemade pineapple orgeat foam and gold leaf, served in a keepsake golden pineapple.
At Coral Reef, guests will be able to find the Ube Mochi Pancakes, which are made with ube (a purple yam giving the pancakes a purple hue), coconut cream, ube syrup, crisp coconut flakes and fresh fruit. Hawaiian-style Beachside S’mores, meanwhile, feature Maui cookies, macadamia nuts, coconut flakes, li hing mui sugar, bananas, pineapple, strawberries and chocolates…along with graham crackers and marshmallows.
Those looking for a touch of privacy can indulge in a customized menu with island-inspired ingredients via the hotel’s Exclusive Oceanfront Dining. The experience starts at $235 for up to four guests. Guests looking for a more laid back dining option, might look to grab a table at Cliff Dive Grill for front row seating to watch the nightly sunset cliff dive ceremony while enjoying pupu (appetizers) and drinks.
Over its six decades, Sheraton Maui Resort has become a standard bearer for the quintessential Hawaiian experience, which extends across the resort’s eight Kaanapali restaurants and bars.
For more information or to make reservations, head over to the hotel’s official website.