Setting aside the big national chains and convenience store options, where do you go on Maui for a cup of coffee? There are more than a dozen great cafes and coffee shops on the island, but we wanted to bring together a few to help you find the right spot for your next latte, cappuccino or whatever your preference is.
Coffee Shops to Try on Maui Island
This list is by no means complete, but it will get you started. We’ll cover places from different cities and with different identities, just so when you go out and try them, you can find something unique that’s close to work, home, or wherever your day takes you on Maui.
Maui Coffee Roasters
444 Hana Hwy, Kahului, HI 96732
Do you like art? This little cafe offers a lot to look at while you wait for your cup of joe or some food. They offer bagels, sandwiches, salads, wraps, benedicts and a selection of tea if coffee isn’t exactly what you crave at the moment.
Maui Coffee Attic
59 Kanoa St, Wailuku, HI 96793
For a relaxed vibe that sometimes features live music and a good selection of sandwiches, chicken wraps, quesadillas and desserts, try Maui Coffee Attic. There’s plenty of coffee too, obviously, but the space really invites you to sit down and spend some time, so why not have a snack too?
The Coffee Store
5095 Napilihau St, Lahaina, HI 96761
As its name implies, this isn’t just a spot to grab a hot (or iced) cup of coffee and be on your way. There are muffins, bagels, and plenty of coffee beans to buy for your machine at home. They make great gifts, too!
Kraken Coffee Maui
1 Piikea Ave, Kihei, HI 96753
You’ve heard of food trucks, but what about a coffee truck? Perhaps it’s more of a trailer than a truck, but it is in a spot with a bunch of other mobile food establishments, so there’s something for everyone. Cold brews, frappes, smoothies and the like all seem to really pull in the crowds.
My Tita’s Cafe
5210 Hana Hwy, Hana, HI 96708
On a completely different part of the island, there’s a little coffee stand called My Tita’s Cafe. It may be small, but there is a lot of great coffee to be enjoyed, and lots of snacks to pair with it. Muffins, banana bread and even breakfast musubi make appearances on the menu.