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Ono Poké’s Customizable Bowls Head To A Permanent Home In Montrose

The pop-up will soon settle down

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Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

It’s one of the year’s trendiest dishes, but Houston hasn’t exactly seen the massive popularity of Hawaiian poké take over just yet. That could all change when one of Houston’s most popular pop-up dinners soon sets up shop in a permanent home.

It’s hard to tell what Ono Poké is working on just yet, but it appears as if the pop-up dinner series will soon become a full-fledged restaurant in Montrose. A Yellow Pages listing for the restaurant indicates that it will open its doors at 607 Richmond in the space that formerly housed Bowl Café.

Ono Poké splashed onto the Houston pop-up scene back in Spring 2016, bringing its interpretation of Houston’s favorite dish to various spots across the city. As recently as July, posts to the concept’s Instagram account indicate that the minds behind the restaurant have been in Japan scoping out the world’s freshest fish.

No word yet on when these customizable poké bowls will be available in Ono Poké’s new home. Stay tuned for more details on its arrival.