These Ohana Hale Marketplace eateries just reopened

Pizza, poke, tonkatsu, grilled cheese: All are doing takeout, with some offering curbside pickup

Restaurants are essential businesses — which is why Ohana Hale Marketplace, initially shuttered when Oahu went on lockdown in late August, reopened Friday, Sept. 11 with a growing list of food stalls offering takeout and even curbside pickup. Scroll below to see if your favorites are back in business:

@asianflavorshi: Thai, Lao, Filipino and Asian fusion dishes

See also: Asian Flavors spices up Ohana Hale Marketplace

@atsushibv: Fresh, expertly prepared nigiri sushi and maki rolls

See also: Hidden gem in town: @Sushi Handmade wontons and dumplings, Cantonese dishes and street food

@chiliinhawaii: Burritos, tacos, nachos and other Mexican fare Original KC Waffle Dogs and other snacks

@ganeshdosa: Traditional and fusion Indian crepes; vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free

@garibaldishawaii: Long Island-style Sicilian pan pizza

@griddled: Tacos de birria

@hawaiian_fresh_roast: Coffee

@hifinestcafe: Pupus, gelato, boba and tea

@honolulubistro: Sweet and savory grilled cheese sandwiches, smoothies and more

Pastrami grilled cheese at Honolulu Bistro

See also: Grilled cheese 2.0: Three crispy, oozy new sandwiches

@junsawesomehotsauce: Premium hot sauce

@littleitalyhawaii: Pasta, pizza crepes and other Italian cuisine

@littlespoonnco: Non-dairy ice cream

@nana_ai_katsu: Premium tonkatsu bentos

See also: Seven silky layers of pork = one delicious tonkatsu

Nana Ai’s 300-gram tonkatsu bento — Photo by Thomas Obungen

@oceantastehawaii: Poke bowls, nigiri and more

@ohanapokehousellc: Poke bowls

@sooogoodtacos: Authentic Mexican food

@tesskitchen.ohana: Crepes and Filipino food

@wackyfood017: Wacky Special Chicken

@waffleandberry: Waffles and acai bowls

@waikiki_chocolates: Hand-crafted chocolates made with fresh local ingredients

@yoas_hawaii: Sorbet