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Friday, July 22, 2016

Da Kine Poke truck will be at Redlight Redlight Saturday night

Posted By on Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at 4:55 PM

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No need to wonder what you'll pad your stomach with before your weekend libations. Da Kine Poke truck will be at Redlight Redlight in the Audubon Park district on Corrine Drive from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. tomorrow night (that's Saturday, July 23, for you time travelers). 

Da Kine (which means "ummmm" in Hawaiian) opened a couple of months ago to bring the island specialty — raw, marinated fish with rice, wakame and various toppings and sauces — that's taken the country by storm. The truck has also taken up the invasive lionfish cause, using it in special pokes. 



Figure out what you're going to order ahead of time (there are vegetarian options, too, btw) by checking out the menu here. Not sure which of Redlight's brews to pair with your poke? According to this L.A. Times story, a pilsner or IPA is your best bet.

Redlight Redlight
2810 Corrine Drive
407-893-9832
facebook.com/redlightredlight

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