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Hawaiian Poke Co. Brings Houston’s Hottest Dish To Spring

Top your bowl with candied bacon

A sampling of bowls.
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Amy McCarthy is a reporter at Eater.com, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

If it seems like poke is taking over Houston, that’s because it is. Following yesterday’s news that Moku Bar was now serving the Hawaiian raw fish dish inside Conservatory, a new suburban poke shop has arrived.

Yesterday, Hawaiian Poke Co. officially opened its doors at 4334 FM 2920 inside the Howie’s Tiki shopping center in Spring. The restaurant serves up a number of creative takes on classic poke, alongside more playful options like poke-topped fries, musubi, and pork steam buns. For those who aren’t into raw fish, burgers and salads will also be on offer.

Hawaiian Poke Co. is just the latest of a ridiculous number of new poke options in and around Houston, including Pokeology, Ono Poke, Pokeworks, North Shore Poke Co, and Poku Poke, along with forthcoming spots like California-based chain Poke Bar. Some of the new poke-focused eateries are even planning expansion, like Pokeology’s soon-to-open second location in the Heights.

Hawaiian Poke Co. will host a grand opening celebration on Friday and Saturday, complete with 50% off all the food on the menu. Rejoice, suburbanites — you no longer have to drive inside the loop for a killer bowl of poke.