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Oahu restaurants could soon start to use city sidewalks again for outdoor dining

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                                Kailua residents Kristian Hill, center, and Kelly Davis with dog Nui shared a laugh Friday in the outdoor dining area at Lanikai Brewing. The Honolulu City Council unanimously passed Bill 27 — a measure that allows outdoor dining on public spaces — with help from Lanikai Brewing owner Steve Haumschild, and other restaurateurs. Outdoor dining was temporarily allowed by the city during the COVID-19 pandemic, but that ended in March.

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    Kailua residents Kristian Hill, center, and Kelly Davis with dog Nui shared a laugh Friday in the outdoor dining area at Lanikai Brewing. The Honolulu City Council unanimously passed Bill 27 — a measure that allows outdoor dining on public spaces — with help from Lanikai Brewing owner Steve Haumschild, and other restaurateurs. Outdoor dining was temporarily allowed by the city during the COVID-19 pandemic, but that ended in March.

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                                Lanikai Brewing owner Steve Haumschild.

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    Lanikai Brewing owner Steve Haumschild.

Restaurants may soon be able to use public sidewalks for outdoor seating under a new pilot program that was approved unanimously last week by the Honolulu City Council. Read more

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