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New Waikiki restaurants rise amid COVID pandemic

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                                Amanda Byrum mixes a drink at Tex 808.
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Amanda Byrum mixes a drink at Tex 808.

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                                Skybox Taphouse is one of many new Waikiki businesses that opened or expanded during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Skybox Taphouse is one of many new Waikiki businesses that opened or expanded during the coronavirus pandemic.

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                                There’s been a recent wave of more than a dozen restaurant openings or expansions in Waikiki. Above, Justin Vierra and daughter, Autumn, select pastries at the new Liliha Bakery.
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There’s been a recent wave of more than a dozen restaurant openings or expansions in Waikiki. Above, Justin Vierra and daughter, Autumn, select pastries at the new Liliha Bakery.

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                                Amanda Byrum mixes a drink at Tex 808.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Skybox Taphouse is one of many new Waikiki businesses that opened or expanded during the coronavirus pandemic.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                There’s been a recent wave of more than a dozen restaurant openings or expansions in Waikiki. Above, Justin Vierra and daughter, Autumn, select pastries at the new Liliha Bakery.