California's H2O Sushi & Izakaya will neighbor Kent Harman and chef Mike Minor's Bandito Latin Kitchen & Cantina at the Hughes Center next year, but the H20 brand will also be bringing along their new, casual concept to a location one mile south.
H2O Poke & Grill is headed to Harmon Square, facing the Hard Rock Hotel and taking over a corner spot two doors down from Checkers and across the retail center from recent New York import, Papaya King. H2O Poke & Grill debuted in Irvine and Burbank, California, earlier this year.
While the restaurant will offer the now familiar build-you-own-poke-bowl options, customers can also order chicken, spicy pork, beef and salmon prepared on a hibachi and dishes like stuffed cheese pork cutlet and "Spam kimchi fried rice." Permits for this location have yet to be revealed, but the company is promising the expansion is "coming soon."
Still to come at Harmon Square, under construction outposts of Teriyaki Madness and Tropical Smoothie Cafe.