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Poke Bowl’s poke
Poke Bowl’s poke
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Austin’s latest seafood spot, Poke Bowl, is now open on the Drag, with limited hours for now. While it is closed today, it’ll reopen tomorrow, Friday, July 21. Because of this soft opening, the restaurant is offering 20 percent discounts on meals for that day, with 40 percent off for the first 50 people.

Poke Bowl’s menu consists of customizable bowls of the Hawaiian dish, from rice to vegetables to toppings (crab salad to avocado to tobiko wasabi) to sauces (from mild to spicy), to the centerpiece, the seafood. There's raw fish (salmon, ahi tuna, yellowtail), marinated seafood (ahi tuna, spicy scallop), and cooked ones (shrimp and tofu).

The counter-service Poke Bowl is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Bowls are mixed right on the spot.

Austin's recent poke spots include Poke House, known for its hot Cheeto poke burritos, and Venice Beach’s Poke Poke, which expanded with two Austin locations, one on South Congress and the other in Allandale.

Poke Bowl

2828 Guadalupe Street, Austin, Texas 78705