Hai Poké, Hawaiian inspired street food, will be on the streets no more. The company has set up shop in other establishments until now. This summer, Hai Poké will call the Short North home with an address of 647 N. High St.
We got our keys! 🔑
Stay tuned haiFAM! pic.twitter.com/v73oqH4qvw
— Hai Poké (@haicbus) February 9, 2017
Depending on the day of the week, people could find the food truck parked outside of other establishments. The island cuisine has been available PurePressed Juicery, Zauber Brewing Company, and Oddfellows Liquor Bar. However, this permanent location means a space of their own and space to grow. There will be additions to the menu which now consists of the signature poké bowls with the option to select tuna, salmon, vegetables, or tofu. Now that they have a restaurant to call their own, they will add more rice and fish options and new sides like an poké take on nachos and dumplings.
Featured image via Hai Poké Facebook.
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