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Restaurants currently empty could reopen with in-person dining June 5

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The outdoor lanai seating area of The Beach Bar at the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, is usually tough to get a seat at, even for hotel guests. Now, it's empty due to the coronavirus.
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The outdoor lanai seating area of Basalt Waikiki Restaurant remains closed, although take-out service continues to be offered.
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Mi Almita Cantina at The Street in the International Market Place remains closed but the sign says The Street Food Hall is "Open For Takeout! Tuesday - Sunday, 12pm - 8pm."
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The outdoor lanai seating area of The Cheesecake Factory at the Royal Hawaiian Center remains closed but could open within weeks.
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The Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant could reopen as soon as June 5.
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The outdoor lanai seating area of The Cheesecake Factory at the Royal Hawaiian Center is usually one of the busiest spots in Waikiki to get a table.
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The outdoor lanai seating area of Basalt Waikiki Restaurant could open soon.
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The outdoor lanai seating area of the McDonalds Restaurant on Kalakaua Avenue remains closed.
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The outdoor lanai seating area of The Beach Bar at the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, sat empty.