Hawaii is about as far away from Florida as you can get, but that doesn’t mean you can find delicious Hawaiian-style food in Fort Walton Beach, FL. At the Maui Bus Stop, you can get your fill of tantalizing barbecue dishes with a taste of the Aloha state. There are a wide variety of dishes here that everyone in your family will enjoy. For Hawaiian main dishes, sides, and desserts, this is the place to come for your next day or evening out.
The Maui Bus Stop is located at 101 Perry Ave. SE., in Fort Walton Beach. At this spot once stood a Greyhound bus stop. However, today, it is a one-of-a-kind Hawaiian grill where you quickly order and grab your delicious food. Once you get your meal, you can stick around and eat inside or on the restaurant’s grounds. Or you can feel free to take it home. It is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Bring your appetite to Maui Bus Stop because there’s a lot to enjoy. Furthermore, the portion sizes are huge, so you shouldn’t have to worry about going home still feeling hungry. You can choose from grilled teriyaki chicken, steak, or Kalua pig with your meal. These come with sticky brown or white rice, along with sides, such as leafy green, cabbage, or macaroni salad. Loco Moco might be the most popular, signature meal at Maui Bus Stop. It follows a traditional Hawaiian recipe of a fried egg over a grilled hamburger patty covered in gravy on top of a hefty serving of white rice.
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More to Choose From
When you come to Maui Bus Stop, you won’t leave disappointed. For instance, you can pick the Regular Plate, which gives you two choices of meat as well as scoops of rice and a side—all for just $8.50. If you’re not quite hungry enough to tackle this plate, go for the smaller version. This includes one meat, one scoop of rice, and a side for $5.75. But if you’re looking for a lot of food to fill you up, you’ve got to try Da’Bus. This gigantic meal gives you three types of meat, three scoops of rice, and a side dish.
Now is the perfect time to stop by the Maui Bus Stop. Catch a ride to the islands and get a taste of the mouth-watering Hawaiian dishes here.
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