Poke has found a foothold in D.C. over the past few years. The Hawaiian dish centered around raw fish appears on menus from Japanese izakayas to New American dining rooms, but it’s most commonly enjoyed at dedicated poke counters brimming with customizable options. While the D.C. area is losing one of its original Hawaiian restaurants this month, but there are still plenty of places to get poke.
Most restaurants on this map allow customers to create their bowls with different types of fish, dressing, and toppings. So picky eaters, vegetarians, and the seafood-averse can still come up with combinations that work for them.Read More