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5 Fresh Poke Bowls in Dallas

Lauren Sands | March 22, 2017 | Feature Features

Hawaii's poke fish trend has hit Dallas in a big way. Here are our favorite new spots to indulge.
The salmon Asian pear bowl with kale and bamboo rice at Pōk The Raw Bar in the West Village

1. Ahi Poke Bowl
This Arlington poke place has been on the forefront of the poke trend in the Dallas area. Owner Khang Vo, who spent his early life in Hawaii, knows how to serve quality fresh fish. 3701 Cooper St., 817.200.6418

2. Freshfin Poke Co.
This brand-new Greenville Avenue hot spot is a vibrant, quick-paced environment and the healthy alternative to fast food that Dallas needed. It’s also 100 percent gluten free. 3611 Greenville Ave., 214.730.0576

3. Go Fish Poke Bar
This highly anticipated poke restaurant has recently opened in Preston Center and follows a model similar to Chipotle, where customers are able to custom build their own bowl, choosing a base of rice or salad. 6030 Luther Lane

4. Poke Bop
Launched in January, this poke bar is looking to open in three to four more Dallas locations in 2017. In addition to poke bowls, they serve a sushi burrito, known as a “Poke Ritto.” 4103 Lemmon Ave., 214.521.7653

5. Pōk the Raw Bar
Twenty-year-old SMU students Brandon Cohanim and Francois Reihani have opened this West Village gem that presents a healthy and quick dining option focusing on three areas: poke, matcha and the raw bar. 3699 McKinney Ave. Ste. 306A, 214.484.1169


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