Waterfront Restaurant – A Maui Tradition

In about an hour I will go to the Waterfront Restaurant‘s new Location in Maalea Harbor, Maui.  The Smith Family has owned the restaurant for well over two decades. In the late 80’s I worked their as a waiter. Back then I had just started a dive business and worked a second job to earn money for equipment, cameras, lenses, and dive travel.  The restaurant has always enjoyed a reputation as one of the finest places to dine in Maui.  Famous for seafood and table side caesar salads, the restaurant will open again in just a few months.

Three Bears Maui

When it opens the walls will feature my photographs of iconic Maui locations, beaches, waterfalls, flowers, forests, sunsets, coral reefs, shipwrecks, Turtles, and Humpback Whales.

Turtle Town

Today we did a preliminary fitting and looks like we will install somewhere between 25-35 pieces of art ranging from my favorite black and white whale portraits to colorful Sunsets like this.

Poolenalena

Celestial Sunset

 

Hope

 

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About Doug Hoffman

Portrait and underwater fine art photographer.
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