From poke bowls to party platters: Check out Nico’s Fish Market

Fresh fish straight from the auction block

Sponsored by Nico’s Pier 38, Nico’s Upstairs, and Nico’s Kailua

Whether you need a bite to eat, or even a last minute party platter for a weekend get together, Nico’s Fish Market is the way to go! HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is there with General Manager Lehua Patacsil checking out everything the market has to offer.

Nico’s Fish Market features local fish straight from the auction block. That being said, its fillets, poke, sashimi platters and house-smoked fish are made from the finest fish and ingredients available. Mix and match your favorite poke or build a Hawaiian plate exactly the way you like it! Nico’s Fish Market is home to all your local favorites.

You can also get hot coffee, cold drinks, beer and wine, and of course, Nico’s Pier 38 famous dressings to go! If you’re on your way to the airport, don’t forget to grab a t-shirt, a souvenir, or one of the many local products it offers before you leave.

About Nico’s Pier 38:
Nico’s Pier 38 is Honolulu’s premier fish restaurant. Launched in 2004, it features fresh fish line-caught by Hawaii’s local fleet, hand-picked daily by Nico and its expert fish buyers. The food served at the restaurant is locally grown and sourced whenever possible. Nico’s offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and live entertainment. It also features a full bar and outdoor lanai.

Started by two local fishermen and French born Chef Nico Chaize, the restaurant was designed to showcase Hawaii’s fishing industry. Nico’s Pier 38 began as a pioneering, tiny plate lunch place serving auction fresh fish at a great price and local island favorites with Nico’s international flair. It has grown to more than four times its original size. The restaurant now buys more fish than any other restaurant, which allows them to continue to offer fresh fish at reasonable prices.

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