Three’s Bar & Grill wins the “Best Happy Hour on Maui” in MauiTime’s Best of Maui 2016

Three’s Bar & Grill wants to thank all those who voted us the “Best Happy Hour on Maui” in MauiTime’s “Best of Maui” awards.

Jen Russo wrote the story on MauiTime’s website: “Three’s Bar and Grill has solved the Happy Hour equation: good food and good drinks at Happy Hour prices equals the love of our readers. Three’s has skillfully navigated the Happy Hour for you, offering an assortment of their best appetizer, raw bar and sushi rolls at incredible prices along with Mai Tais, margaritas, beer, wine and well drink options to boot.”

Photo Credit: Sean Hower

New Years Eve Dinner at Three’s


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Christmas Dinner at Three’s


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Hui No’eau Wailea Food & Wine Celebration!

Toast to Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center’s mission and support and community visual arts education on Maui by joining the 9th annual Hui No’eau Wailea Food and Wine Celebration on Saturday, November 14th!

Hui Wailea Food

Hosted in the elegant Anuhea Room at Hotel Wailea, the evening features a silent auction and generous tastes by the island’s top chefs and vintners. Enjoy a wide selection of wines paired specifically with the chefs’ menus to perfectly complement each dish.  Tickets available here!

We are thrilled to participate in such an amazing event! See our Q & A with the Hui below:

Hui: Why do you feel it is important to support community visual arts?

Chef Travis: Visual arts are important to our society and especially the development of our keiki. Establishing Maui for arts is vital to our community and economy.

Hui: How long have you been a chef on Maui? Why Maui? 

Chef Travis: I have been a Maui chef for 6 years. I stay on Maui because 

I love the aloha spirit. It’s something you take for granted… that and the surf! 

Hui: Do you incorporate your wine knowledge into the creation of new dishes? 

Chef Travis: Yes, we come from a great background of wine knowledge. My father Glenn has an extensive knowledge of wine and has been the wine director for Three’s since day one. It’s great because we specialize in sushi, noodles and other items you wouldn’t first think of to pair with wine. It keeps it fun.

Hui: Can you share any words of wisdom?

Chef Travis: Be ambitious, believe in what you want, and don’t stop until you get it. Most importantly, be grateful and enjoy the ride. Also, don’t stop eating! 

Recipe of the Month: Wok Fried Kimchee Bacon Brussel Sprouts

Wok Fried Kimchee Bacon Brussel Sprouts


Prep time: 10 min Cook Time: 5min Yield: about 2 cups


2 Cups Brussel sprouts

2 strips bacon chopped

2 tbsp bacon fat

1 tsp garlic minced

1 tsp ginger minced

1 tbsp reduced balsamic

1 tbsp kimchee puree

1 tsp kabayaki sauce

¼ C diced fresh carrots

Shaved parmesan

Med pot hot fry oil


1) Heat pot of oil to 350 degrees. Cut brussels in half.

2) Heat saute pan over med high heat. At same time drop brussels in hot oil. Fry until golden brown and


3) Add bacon fat to pan. Saute garlic, ginger, bacon, and carrots about 3 min.

4) Drain off brussels and add to saute pan. Heat thoroughly and add kimchee, balsamic and kabayaki and

toss until glazed.

5) Plate in a shallow bowl and top with parmesan.

New Menu Item: Wok Fried Kimchee Brussel Sprouts

Three’s menu is constantly evolving! Come taste our latest addition- “Wok Fried Kimchee Brussel Sprouts” Wok fried with garlic, ginger, carrots, kimchee, kabayaki-balsamic,  finished with Parmesan. Featured at lunch, dinner and on our Three’s Food Truck. Only $6 for Happy Hour! A new Three’s favorite!