We thank you for your support over the last 15 years. As we all face the challenge of the coronavirus, our thoughts and aloha go out to those who have been affected by this global event. We are deeply grateful to the individuals and communities working on the front lines to contain this situation.
Please know that the safety and health of our customers and employees is our first priority. We are closely monitoring on a daily basis the most up to date guidelines through the Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization, and local authorities. As we await more information from our government and the CDC, we ourselves are making adjustments to how we do business.
Effective at 9:00pm (3/17), Nico’s Upstairs will be closed until further notice.
Nico’s Pier 38 will be open for take-out only.
Pier 38 hours are as follows:
Breakfast take out only from 6:30 am till 10:00 am
Lunch take out only from 10:00 am till 3:00 pm
Dinner take out only from 5:00 pm till 8:00 pm
Nico’s Fish Market will be open from 6:30 am till 6:00 pm
New hours for Nico’s Kailua are as follows:
Breakfast is closed until further notice.
Lunch take-out only from 10:00 am till 3:00 pm
Dinner take-out only from 5:00 pm till 8:00 pm
Sunday Brunch is closed until further notice.
Enhanced cleaning and sanitation protocols remain in place for all locations. Take-out only and Curbside pick up will start on Wednesday (3/18) at both the Pier 38 and Kailua locations.
We will begin drive-through service and develop delivery service, stay tuned for launch dates.
As a result of government recommendation, we have canceled our live entertainment program at all three locations until further notice. Our hearts go out to our beloved music family in this difficult time. It is our hope that these measures will further assist the isolation and elimination of the virus.
Due to COVID-19 impacts, local food security, self-sufficiency, and access to healthy food and fish are increasingly important. According to HLA Executive Director Eric Kingma, Ph.D., “The Hawaii Longline Association is working with government officials, restaurants, and retail outlets to ensure that Hawaii consumers continue to be supplied with safe, high-quality, healthy seafood products caught by Hawaii longline vessels.”