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Poké 305 is Bringing Hawaiian Cuisine to Brickell

Opening this May

Dish from Poké 305
Dish from Poké 305

The traditional Hawaiian dish of poké is getting plenty of love in Miami lately, and a restaurant solely dedicated to the dish is coming to Brickell next month called Poké 305. The fast-casual restaurant, owned by local Victoria Chediak, it plans to incorporate the Hawaiian fish dish with "the flavors of Latin America" through various sauces, fruits and spices incorporated into the bowls. Creating the dishes is Yukie Horito, a Japanese chef who is the first female graduate of Japan’s Tsuji cooking school. On the menu will be six signature bowls along with a build-your-own own all topped with various sauces. Poké 305 will open sometime in May at 169 SW 7th Street. Stay tuned for more updates.

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