Whether you enjoy Chinese New Year or just Chinese food, Spago restaurant at The Four Seasons Resort Maui will be hosting a delightful culinary event on February 9th. Chinese culture, ethnicity, and food have been among the most influential in Hawaii's uniquely mixed culture as we know it today.
Spago and Executive Chef Peleg Miron at The Four Seasons will ring in the Year of the Rooster with an interactive Chinese night market and all-you-can-eat feast. Live action cooking stations will provide an opportunity to watch and learn about the time-honored techniques that make Chinese cuisine flavorful and unique.
Among the menu items are traditional dim sum, BBQ brisket, noodles and several other popular favorites. Spago is a celebrated restaurant known for its Asian fusion food, so you can expect an excellent quality meal if you choose to attend. The ambiance is ideal for a romantic outing, so if you're on a Maui vacation with your sweetheart, you may want to consider setting aside the evening for this event.
As with any Maui celebration worth its salt, this one will feature live Chinese entertainment to complete the list of festivities. Visiting The Four Seasons Resort Maui is a delight in itself, as one of the highest rated resorts on the island. Whether you're staying at the hotel or not, a leisurely stroll through the grounds could make for a pleasant way to pass the time if you opt to arrive early.
The event will begin at 5:30pm on February 9th, and sunset is at 6:20pm on that day, which will add to the ambient beauty of the celebration. Tickets cost $75 per person. If you need more information, you can call (808) 879-2999, or visit www.wolfgangpuck.com.
Spago is located in Wailea, which is in South Maui. If you happen to be staying in some other part of the island and you need our Maui transportation services, you'll find our contact information at the bottom of the page. We would be happy to talk with you about this and all your Maui transportation needs. Mahalo!
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