Popular fast-casual restaurant PokeBar opened its latest Atlanta location this month. CONTRIBUTED BY POKE BAR
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New PokeBar restaurant now open at Atlantic Station

Popular fast-casual restaurant PokeBar opened its latest Atlanta location this month. 

PokeBar opened its 13th metro Atlanta location Tuesday, according to a news release. The restaurant is tucked between Indian fast-food spot NaanStop and Japanese barbecue chain Gyu-Kaku. 

The eatery is known for its poke bowls, a Hawaiian staple that includes raw, diced fish tossed in rice, vegetable and sauces. PokeBar puts its own twist on the dish by starting out with a base of rice, noodles and greens and allowing patrons to customize their dish from there. 

“We are excited to be home to the new location of this widely recognized restaurant and look forward to welcoming more fresh food operation at Atlantic Station for our customers,” Hines leasing director Nick Garzia said in a statement. Real estate firm Hines manages the Atlantic Station property. 


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