Feinstein’s at the Nikko reopening May 20, Katya Smirnoff-Skyy, Justin Vivian Bond scheduled

Feinstein’s at the Nikko reopening May 20, Katya Smirnoff-Skyy, Justin Vivian Bond scheduledImage: @FeinsteinsSF via Twitter
Joe Kukura
Published on May 11, 2021

The reopenings are coming fast and furiously in these ‘Yellow’ tier days, but the novelty never wears off, and each one is a happy-cry-worthy joy. So bust out the Kleenex for more welcome news, as the Bay Area Reporter tells us that the Hotel Nikko’s Feinstein’s is reopening May 20.


Local (and formerly local) stars Mx Justin Vivian Bond and Katya Smirnoff-Skyy have performances scheduled, but here’s the full Feinstein’s lineup that takes us through late July:

Kelli Barrett & Jarrod Spector, "Funny How it Happens"

MAY 20-23, $85

Katya Smirnoff-Skyy, "Out! Live! & Unmasked"

JUNE 3-6, 2021, $65

Branden & James, "The Broadway Covers Project"

JUNE 11-13, $65

MX Justin Vivian Bond, "Your Auntie Glam's 'Live at Last!' Happy Hour"

JUNE 16-19, 2021, $85

Spencer Day, "Here Comes the Sun"

JUNE 23-26, $75

Liz Callaway, "Now Where Was I?"

JULY 8-10, $75

Natalie Douglas, "To Nina...A Nina Simone Tribute"

JULY 16-17, $65

Lillias White, "An Evening with Lilias White"

JULY 23-24, $75

Per the Chronicle, cabaret devotees will need to present their vaccine card, you’ll need to wear your mask until seated, and capacity will be limited to 35%. Broadway World adds that that cocktail service will be in effect, but there won’t be in-club food service for now, and “Patrons can enjoy a 20% discount and three (3) hours of valet-parking when dining at Hotel Nikko's award-winning Restaurant Anzu before the show.” All patrons will be offered reduced $10 an hour valet parking at Hotel Nikko. 

Also, the club isn't sure yet how the traditional meet-and-greets after the show will work, or if they'll be happening at all.