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Poke 305 Brickell

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Over this past weekend we were headed to Downtown Miami to visit the trendy Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) where the second Saturday of every month admission is free for families from 1pm-4pm.

On our 20 minute drive down south we decided to stop for lunch first in Brickell at Poke 305, a spot we had been meaning to try since friends of the family started the Hawaiian-inspired eatery and have received tremendous praise on Yelp, Eater Miami and Miami New Times, early on.

I love supporting family-run businesses, especially when the food they serve is uniquely different than anything else in Miami. This Hawaiian fast-casual spot features raw, cubed fish in rice bowls, salads & burritos in modern digs. You can alternate chicken for fish if you’re not a big fish eater. You can choose from seven different signature combos or build-your-own poké in either a bowl, salad or burrito. I chose #1 (see photo below) because it looked and sounded like my taste buds would explode and I was not disappointed.

Less words, more pictures. Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce you to Poke 305.

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#1 The Big Mao (YUM)

#1 The Big Mao (YUM)

#5 Akamai

#5 Akamai

Poke Ingredients

Poke Ingredients

Gaby loved her chicken with white rice bowl and miso soup!

Gaby loved her chicken with white rice bowl and miso soup!

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If you’re wondering, we never made it to PAMM. The line was insane just to park but the highlight of the day was eating at Poke and our bellies were happy.

Poke 305 is located at 169 sw 7th street, Miami, FL 33131.

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