Restaurant Guide Category: Seafood
Customers order via paper checklists at this counter-service spot that specializes in DIY poke creations. The Hawaiian diced-fish sensation is served by the rice bowl, salad, and “burrito” (more like a giant piece of nori-wrapped sushi) in the former Hoaglin To Go location. It’s a tight fit for a few booths and standing tables, so leave your to-go options open. The list of possible ingredients is rambling—and a little overwhelming, with the choices ranging from spicy salmon, organic tofu, eel sauce, and pickled radish to chicken, bacon, green onion, and Thousand Island dressing, clearly leaning in the direction of variety, not authenticity. The tea and smoothie selection gets equal attention, scooping up all of the boba, popping bubbles, and jellies your sweet tooth desires. Lunch and dinner daily.