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Dig in at Duke’s Waikiki

A La Carte

June 7, 2020

Story By: Nicole Monton |

Steak and seafood shine in each hearty dish at Duke’s Waikiki, which opened its doors this past Friday for dine-in service.

“I know people have been cooped up but still might be fearful of dining out,” says general manager Keli‘i Gouveia. “I want to assure them that we have taken every precaution to ensure a safe dining experience.”

Still not sure about dining in? Not to worry. Duke’s still offers takeout and curbside pickup, as well as online ordering through its website or Grubhub.

Known for its fresh fish options, the establishment will be focusing on its Barefoot Bar menus, which feature favorites like Poke Tacos ($18), Cajun Fish Tacos ($19.50), Fish & Chips ($19.50) and more.

Or, get your hands on a good old-fashioned Duke’s Cheeseburger ($16) that comes with the works: half a pound of an Angus chuck, brisket and hanger blend, aged cheddar, Maui island dressing and more, all between two brioche buns.

And, in true Duke’s fashion, expect live music (outdoors, of course) from 4 to 6 p.m. every day — with special guest Henry Kapono on Sundays.

SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR DINING IN AT DUKE’S

• Guests must wear face masks at all times, except when seated at their table.

• Patrons will find hand sanitizer stations throughout the restaurant.

• All tables, restrooms and other high-touch areas will be wiped down and actively cleaned throughout the day.

• Diners are required to obey signage that requires a minimum 6-foot distance among individuals.

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