Poké City replacing Japanese restaurant in Midtown
Create your own Poké bowl at Poké City./Photo courtesy of Poké City’s Facebook.
Poké City, a restaurant that focuses on the traditional Hawaiian raw fish salad, is coming to Midtown. Poké City will be taking over the space at 931 Monroe Drive currently occupied by Japanese restaurant Kiri Midtown.
Poké City made the announcement via Facebook this past weekend:
The final day of service at Kiri will be July 10. Poké City could open as soon as late July, upon completion of renovations.
The restaurant, which also has a location in Johns Creek, features a menu of create-your-own poké, poké burritos and customizable açai bowls.
Poké City joins a growing number of restaurants, including Poké Perfect, Poké Bar in Sandy Springs and BoruBoru Sushi at Emory Point, to offer this raw fish dish.
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