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Hawaiian poke restaurant opens in South Baltimore

PokeOno, a fast-casual restaurant specializing in the Hawaiian dish poke, has opened at the Southside Marketplace in South Baltimore.

The restaurant opened its doors Dec. 15 and celebrated a grand opening Saturday. It serves bowls ($7.95 for regular size, $10.95 for large) featuring diced raw fish — ahi tuna, salmon, shrimp or tofu for vegetarians — combined with rice, greens and a variety of toppings.

The 900-square-foot restaurant mirrors its Philadelphia location, with a “surfer chic” aesthetic, lots of wood tones and a tropical feel, along with a projector streaming classic and contemporary surfer movies.

Baltimore Sun reporter John-John Williams IV contributed to this article.

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