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Ohia bar at Duke’s beach house Maui, Guide & Review
Palm trees, palapa umbrellas, and tiki torches welcome you to the Ohia bar. You might hear someone strumming on the ukulele in the background. Open from 3 pm to 9:30 pm; you will have a fun time here whether you’re with family or a significant other. Watch the Molokai sunset here amongst the mix of eccentric tourists worldwide.
Tikis and wooden furnishings surround the bar. Glasses hang from the top, which reflects the light that hits them. This beach bar has fresh mojitos and fruity daiquiris on their cocktails menu, which suits the ambiance very well. The menu mainly focuses on cocktails like their Mai Tai or Lava Flow which has rum, strawberries, coconut, and pineapple juice. The prices here are like most of the bars throughout Maui, around $10 to $15. You should also try ‘Lokilani,’ their locally made sparkling rose. They also have bottled wine and bubble options on their menu.
Beers are only served on tap to reduce the usage of single-use plastics, which is a commendable effort. The food can be ordered from Dukes, but Ohai has one of their own. Locally grown tomatoes with feta cheese and a drizzle of olive oil or Korean fried chicken will make you lick your fingers. They even have a cheeseburger, nothing fancy but straightforward yet delicious food. Ask the staff, and they will recommend something tasty to you.