HONOLULU (KHON2) — A well-known restaurant in Kalihi is closing its doors.
Dillingham Saimin announced online that after 64 years of service, it will be closing its doors indefinitely. The restaurant says that it was among the small businesses that were unable to survive during the COVID-19 pandemic.
But hope isn’t completely lost for the mom and pop shop.
“We are however, working on a few projects and may open once again when this pandemic is pau but for now, please do not forget about us as we will not forget about all of you!” wrote Dillingham Saimin in a social media post.
“Aloha family, after 64 years of serving you we have decided to close our doors indefinitely. As with all businesses we have been hit hard by this pandemic and being a small mom and pop shop, we were unable to survive these trying times.
We are however, working on a few projects and may open once again when this pandemic is pau but for now, please do not forget about us as we will not forget about all of you!
We do appreciate all of our customers and employees who have supported us throughout the past six decades. We’ve enjoyed serving you, many of which we’ve seen grow from keiki to kupuna. Please stay well, stay safe and hopefully we’ll able to serve you once again in the rear future. “Dillingham Saimin
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