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Cliff Dive Grill
The Cliff Dive Grill
Named for its iconic location at Black Rock, on beautiful Ka‘anapali Beach, the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa’s Cliff Dive Grill is the ideal place to enjoy the nightly torch lighting and cliff dive ceremony. This ceremony has been a time honored tradition dating back to the legendary leap of Chief Kahekili. Arrive before sunset for complimentary hula lessons stay late for live music.
Featuring a Maui Asian Fusion menu Cliff Dive Grill is the hot spot to enjoy drinks and Chef’s favorites. Check out the full menu here.
At sunset, The Cliff Dive Grill is the best location to witness an ancient era come to life during our traditional Torch Lighting and Cliff Diving ceremony.
Open Daily: 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
All outlet hours of operation are subject to change without notice.
Try our famous Black Rock Lager on tap at the Cliff Dive Grill and Mai Tai Bar.
The lager is named after the legendary lava rock formation on Ka’anapali Beach which Hawaiians believe is one of three `uhane lele, a place where souls of the dead leap from earth into their ancestral spirit land and where only a person with great spiritual strength can enter that world and return.
The Black Rock Lager embodies its name by beginning with crisp yet shallow bitterness and slightly smooth and roasted malt flavors before rising to a heavenly floral and spicy finish. An American Dark Lager, the Black Rock Lager contains 5.5% alcohol and 25 IBUs. Guests can enjoy this deceptively dark yet rewardingly refreshing craft beer while watching history come to life as the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa reenacts the legendary Cliff Dive Ceremony every evening at sunset.
Enjoy the sounds of live music nightly from 6pm - 8pm.
Scott Baird – Lead Singer / Guitarist / Dj /Musical Director at Cliff dive bar Sheraton MauiScott was born in London, England and studied music in Northern Vancouver Canada at Cappalano school of music. He has made his home on Maui, Hawaii. He is the band leader and musical director of Maui’s most versatile band, Crazyfingers. He has been the lead guitarist and lead vocalist for this band for over 10 years. Scott is the songwriter and producer for Legalize Happiness and Island Girls, which have produced seven top hits in Hawaii. He has recorded with Ginger Baker of Crème, members of the Bryan Adams band, members of the George Michael’s band.
Scott has shared the stage with Jimmy Buffet, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristopherson, The Black Eyed Peas, The Wailing Souls, Jefferson Airplane, The Doobie Brothers, Los Lobos, Junior Gong, Ziggy Marley, Diana King, Bennie Man, Toots and the Maytals, Pat Travers, members of Loverboy, members of BTO, members of Wild Cherry. Scott attracts a wide audience and has been known to play with local famous artists such as: Fiji, Kapenna, Ten Feet, and Willie K. Other performers such as Prince, George Benson, Sheryl Crow, Randy Meisiner, Stevie Nicks, and Clint Eastwood have traveled in to hear this talented artist at work.
Scotts has played in Canada, Mexico, the South Pacific, and the West Coast of the United States. He has been studying music since the age of ten. His music with Crazy Fingershas sold over 350,000 Cds. Performing at Reggae on the River in 2001 they representing Hawaii to 14,000 people. Or he plays at the beach for private events the couples getting married. He’s also a DJ and has done corporate events for Google Chrome and YouTube .
Raised on the island of Maui, Nara began her vocal career at fourteen, singing back-up in a local reggae band. Attending Scripps College in Claremont, CA she excelled in Classical, Gospel, Chamber music and Negro Spirituals while furthering her studies outside the classroom singing Hip-Hop, R&B and Pop. Able to sing in eight different languages with a 3+ octave range, Nara is currently featured as lead vocalist in Maui’s award winning theatrical production ‘Ulalena.
Nara has studied with world renowned vocal coach and originator of the Speech Level Singing (SLS) technique Seth Riggs whose clients include Grammy Award Winners Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Natalie Cole and Josh Groban, to name a few. Continuous SLS training over the last six years has increased Nara’s vocal range, flexibility and stamina, aiding her greatly in her vigorous performance schedule. She has opened for numerous reggae artists including Steel Pulse, Yellowman, Eek-a-Mouse and Mikey Dread on Maui and the famous Wailers at the House of Blues in Los Angeles.
Nara has recorded both lead and backing vocals for artists from Hawaii, California, Canada and West Africa totaling over fifteen records at the present time.