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Thursday, May 4, 2017

New poke bowl restaurant coming to downtown Orlando

Posted By on Thu, May 4, 2017 at 2:25 PM

click to enlarge PHOTO BY COLIN WOLF
  • Photo by Colin Wolf
It's a great time to be a lunch enthusiast in Orlando.

In the next few months, the downtown area will get a new pizza joint and brewery, a grass-fed burger spot, a New Orleans-inspired concept, a fancy Mexican joint, a Hubbly Bubbly, and quite possibly a few more that I forgot to mention.

Well, now we're getting a new poke bowl restaurant.

The Wynwood Miami-based Ono Poke Shop will bring their Hawaiian raw fish salad bowls to 63 W. Pine St. The new location is right next to Red Mug Diner. At this point, no official opening date has been announced.

Red Mug will be making room for the new poke stop by reducing the size of their space by half, reports The Daily City.
  • Photo via Ono Poke Shop/Facebook

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