Best Spots to Grab Poké in New York City

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Poké, the Hawaiian ahi tuna salad dish that has taken New York by storm, dates back to the first inhabitants of the island itself. A delicious comfort food for Hawaiians, New Yorkers have started to crave this dish more and more, with poké spots popping up all over the city. Here are the best places to grab some and have a taste for yourself.

1 Wisefish Poké

This spot, complete with neon signs and chill vibes, has numerous options to make your best version of a poké bowl. Their spicy tuna is incredible, and they have a ton of carb-free options for the super health-conscious!
263 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011

2 Oceana Poke

With a kimchi sauce to die for and their super tasty, must-try swordfish, Oceana Poke turns its fine dining experience into a quick-serve, immediately gratifying spot to get fresh poke in Midtown. Nom on their fresh catches from the Fulton Fish Market including their delicious tuna, salmon, and octopus.
1700 Broadway, New York, NY 10019

3 Seamore's

This Little Italy hotspot is not just a pretty face. Their poké bowls have gained the attention of foodies all around the city; accompanied by blue corn chips, the flavorful poké is served with cabbage and fried garlic slices, with a touch of tasty sesame oil.
390 Broome St, New York, NY 10013

4 Maui Onion

This fast-casual poké spot in Nomad is hailed by some as THE spot to get poké in NYC. Boasting 10 different Hawaiian seafood combinations, you can mix and match from their tasty options, including spicy tuna, yuzu shoe salmon and organic tofu.
35 W 26th St, New York, NY 10010

5 noreetuh

This sleek East Village restaurant specializes in upscale Hawaiian cooking. When you're feeling like elevating your poké game to the next level, this is the place to go.
128 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10009
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