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45th Stop N Shop & Poke Bar

In the former home of the Erotic Bakery (RIP), 45th Stop N Shop is part mini-mart, part Hawaiian poke bar. At the cash register (where you can also pay for ciga...


Originally from California, Ahipoki is a poke shop serving "Hawaiian fusion cuisine" made to order.

Big Island Poke

Big Island Poke serves hearty portions of the Hawaiian specialty of raw, marinated fish served over bowls of rice or arugula. Choose from tuna, salmon, octopus,...

Broadway Poke & Sushi

A poke and sushi spot boasting super fresh fish and an array of toppings, plus complimentary miso soup with each order.

Moon's Kitchen

Moon's Kitchen is a Japanese place situated in Belltown, equally popular for its savory offerings and desserts. If you're in a sweets mood, consider the "Flower...

Newport Poke

No Vacancy Poké

No Vacancy makes five poké dishes: Classic, Red Bowl (with spicy chili, radish, mandarin, and more), Shiso Miso, Island (with sesame, extra seaweed, pineapple,...

Ono Authentic Hawaiian Poke

Friendly and authentic poke shop serving up bowls full of rice, fish and all the other delights that are found in poke. Pull up a seat and watch owner Steven On...

Pokéworks Bellevue

Pokéworks Bellevue features a menu with eight signature combinations like the Umami Classic with ahi tuna, green and sweet onion, hijiki seaweed, cucumber and s...

Poke Alice

Poke Alice is popular at lunch hour for its relatively cheap, varied, and plentiful poke bowls, which include vegan options.

Poke Bar

Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max

Hawaiian chef Sam Choy, the culinary force behind Seattle’s popular Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max food trucks, serves the Hawaiian specialty poke at this Hillman C...

Wanderfish Poké

Wanderfish is a Capitol Hill poke joint focusing on the traditional classics with a "Northwest-inspired" edge. Start with the bamboo rice and kelp noodle and go...

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