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Brunch - Wailea

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Hello -

I am looking for a great brunch/lunch spot in Wailea. It will be on Thansgiving day and will be for a "day after wedding" festivity (btw - wedding/reception is at Seawatch - otherwise I would probably go there). I am looking for good food and good ambiance. Potentially looking at Duo at Four Seasons, but would like to know thoughts as well as other ideas.

Thanks!

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