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Poke 305

169 SW Seventh St.
Miami, Florida 33130
Join us June 23rd from 6-10 p.m. for a 305 luau! We are celebrating the first week of summer with a classic Hawaiian luau with a 305 twist! Enjoy music by DJ Mauricio Parra, themed photo booth, giveaways and more!

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  • Poke 305 Expands to Miami Beach and Coconut Grove
    Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at 7 a.m. by Clarissa Buch

    Last summer, Poke 305 jumpstarted Miami's poke trend by opening a shop in downtown. Since then, a batch of other businesses opened too, including Ono Poke in Wynwood and PokeBao in Coral Gables. Now it's time for expansions, and Pok...

  • The Ten Best Places for Poke in Miami
    Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 10:12 a.m. by Clarissa Buch

    Poke, a trendy Hawaiian-born seafood bowl, has finally made its way to Miami. Pronounced po-kay, the salad blends diced raw fish — typically marinated in a thin soy-based sauce — with vegetables, seasonings, and creamy sauces into a...

  • The Ten Best Healthy Restaurants in Miami
    Wednesday, August 3, 2016 at 8 a.m. by Nicola Haubold

    When you were little, you probably spent countless hours sitting in front of a plate of spinach that you refused to eat. But now, as a new health trend makes its way into Miami, there's no escaping your favorite leafy greens. Luckil...

  • Poké 305 Redefines Miami's Latest Food Trend
    Monday, June 20, 2016 at 11:44 a.m. by Nicola Haubold

    Three weeks ago, food blogger Victoria Chediak and her family opened Poké 305 at 169 SW 7 Street, with Chef Yukie Horita. A simplistic and casual eatery, it has capitalized on the food trend that is taking America by storm. Poké (pr...


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