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14 Places to Find Poke in Las Vegas

Where to order the popular Hawaiian dish

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Some of the lightest fare in Las Vegas hails from the Pacific Rim and delivers that injection of summer. Meet ahi poke, which rhymes with OK, the Hawaiian word that means "to slice or to cut." These little morsels are normally created with sushi grade yellowfin tuna, but other variations feature raw salmon and other forms of seafood or shellfish. Look for this raw salad mixed together in a bowl with Hawaiian favorites such as macadamia nuts, drizzled with sesame and mixed in with seaweed, and rice or soba noodles. Here, a look at 14 places in Las Vegas with poke on the menu.

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Tail & Fin

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Run by former Nobu chef Karu Wedhas, Tail & Fin serves poke and sushi burritos in a trendy, minimalist space in Summerlin. Menu items can be ordered as sushi burritos, poke bowls or salads. For poke bowls, diners have the option of having their meal served inside a hollowed out — and very Instagrammable— pineapple. The OG poke bowl, which includes ahi tuna, slamon, yellowtail, and poke sauce, is always a good choice.

The OG bowl at Tail & Fin
The OG bowl at Tail & Fin
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Suha Bites Sushiburrito & Hawaiian BBQ

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Suha Bites serves build-your-own and chef’s creation poke bowls, plus Hawaiian barbecue. Popular poke bowl choices include the spicy ahi tuna poke topped with wonton strips and pickled radish and the seaweed poke bowl made with a half-seaweed/half-rice base and served with ahi tuna, salmon, avocado, green onions, and unagi sauce.

Suha Bites Sushiburrito & Hawaiian BBQ
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Poké & Go

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Tucked away on just outside of the lights of Fremont Street and the Arts District is Poke & Go, a fast food style poke spot that offers customizable bowls. Diners can order white rice, brown rice, salad, or wonton crunch and add toppings such as ahi tuna, salmon, yellowtail, eel sauce, and masago. The restaurant also serves boba tea.

Poké & Go
Poké & Go
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Pacific Island Taste

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This downtown Hawaiian restaurant offers ahi poke by the half-pound or pound with Shoyu onion, spicy mayo, seaweed, or as a topping on nachos. Pacific Island Tastes also offers beloved Hawaiian dishes such as loco moco, saimin, and teriyaki beef burgers.

Pacific Island Taste
Pacific Island Taste
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Paina Cafe

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The self-proclaimed home of the original poke bowl hails from Honolulu and has a mainland outpost in Las Vegas’ Chinatown neighborhood. Poke fans can build their own bowls and choose from fish options including Shoyu ahi poke, sweet chili tufu poke, and Shoyu ginger salmon poke. There are also signature bowls in two sizes and other Hawaiian menu items such as fried saimin and kalua pig.

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Pokeman

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Chef and owner Go Hoashi offers diners the option of building their own poke bowls or going with signature creations at this Chinatown poke restaurant. Customized poke bowls are available in three sizes and signature poke bowls are also available as burritos. Diners love the Spam burrito here, which combines the popular Hawaiian protein with pineapple, egg, surimi crab, and fried onion.

Hawaiian Style Poke

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This Ninth Island favorite serves classic poke with ginger, shoyu, sriracha, or spicy garlic style. Diners will also find tako poke (octopus), Spam musubi, and Hawaiian snacks such as boiled peanuts.

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Hawaiian Style Poke
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Sweet Poke

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Sweet Poke has four Las Vegas locations, making it easy to get a poke fix in the southwest, in Henderson, near UNLV and in between. The poke bowl menu includes the 808 bowl, which features tuna, spicy tuna, masago, sweet onion, and sesame shoyu, and the Aloha bowl, a fresh combination of ahi tuna, cucumber, tamago, and sesame shoyu.

Sweet Poke
Sweet Poke
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Poke Heaven

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Located near UNLV, this off-Strip poke destination offers poke bowls in two sizes. Diners can opt for white rice, brown rice, sushi rice, or tossed greens and add kimchee tako, octopus, spicy tuna, sweet corn, ginger, and other fresh toppings.

Poke Heaven
Poke Heaven
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Makai Pacific Island Grill

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Since its opening in January 2016, the Lawther brothers have brought traditional Hawaiian food to Las Vegas. One of Makai’s most popular menu selections is the ahi tuna poke. Served seared or raw, this item can be ordered a la carte per pound or as a full plate option with rice and side choices such as garlic edamame or sweet corn.

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Makai Pacific Island Grill
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Poke Poku Hawaiian Poke Bar

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Poke Poku has four Las Vegas locations with traditional and unexpected poke bowl options. Hawaiian poke is available in five-ounce or 10-ounce portions. Diners can also customize their poke bowls with items such as snapper, seared albacore, soft shell crab, jalapeño, bonito flakes, and mango. The restaurant also offers a Cheetos burrito and ramen.

Poke Poku Hawaiian Poke Bar
Poke Poku
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Island Flavor

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Island Flavor offers multiple ways to enjoy poke. Diners can order it by the half-pound or pound with shoyu, spicy avocado, furikake, or Korean style, with kim chee or fried with shoyu.

A poke dish with salmon, avocado, cucumbers
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Poke Express

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The display case at this small poke destination dazzles. Poke selections are always fresh and made to order here. Diners can opt for shoyu style, spicy ahi poke, furikake style, or ahi limu style. Poke is available by weight or as part of a bowl. Diners will also find a small selection of Hawaiian treats and gift items.

Poke Express
Poke Express
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Island Sushi & Grill

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Island Sushi & Grill offers a wealth of Hawaiian dishes including barbecue and plate lunches. Diners who love poke can order the restaurant’s popular 808 ahi poke salad.

Island Sushi &amp; Grill
Island Sushi & Grill
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Tail & Fin

The OG bowl at Tail &amp; Fin
The OG bowl at Tail & Fin
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Run by former Nobu chef Karu Wedhas, Tail & Fin serves poke and sushi burritos in a trendy, minimalist space in Summerlin. Menu items can be ordered as sushi burritos, poke bowls or salads. For poke bowls, diners have the option of having their meal served inside a hollowed out — and very Instagrammable— pineapple. The OG poke bowl, which includes ahi tuna, slamon, yellowtail, and poke sauce, is always a good choice.

The OG bowl at Tail &amp; Fin
The OG bowl at Tail & Fin
Amelinda B Lee

Suha Bites Sushiburrito & Hawaiian BBQ

Suha Bites Sushiburrito &amp; Hawaiian BBQ
Suha Bites
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Suha Bites serves build-your-own and chef’s creation poke bowls, plus Hawaiian barbecue. Popular poke bowl choices include the spicy ahi tuna poke topped with wonton strips and pickled radish and the seaweed poke bowl made with a half-seaweed/half-rice base and served with ahi tuna, salmon, avocado, green onions, and unagi sauce.

Suha Bites Sushiburrito &amp; Hawaiian BBQ
Suha Bites
Suha Bites/Facebook

Poké & Go

Poké &amp; Go
Poké & Go
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Tucked away on just outside of the lights of Fremont Street and the Arts District is Poke & Go, a fast food style poke spot that offers customizable bowls. Diners can order white rice, brown rice, salad, or wonton crunch and add toppings such as ahi tuna, salmon, yellowtail, eel sauce, and masago. The restaurant also serves boba tea.

Poké &amp; Go
Poké & Go
Poké & Go/Facebook

Pacific Island Taste

Pacific Island Taste
Pacific Island Taste
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This downtown Hawaiian restaurant offers ahi poke by the half-pound or pound with Shoyu onion, spicy mayo, seaweed, or as a topping on nachos. Pacific Island Tastes also offers beloved Hawaiian dishes such as loco moco, saimin, and teriyaki beef burgers.

Pacific Island Taste
Pacific Island Taste
Pacific Island Taste/Facebook

Paina Cafe

Paina Cafe
Paina Cafe
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The self-proclaimed home of the original poke bowl hails from Honolulu and has a mainland outpost in Las Vegas’ Chinatown neighborhood. Poke fans can build their own bowls and choose from fish options including Shoyu ahi poke, sweet chili tufu poke, and Shoyu ginger salmon poke. There are also signature bowls in two sizes and other Hawaiian menu items such as fried saimin and kalua pig.

Paina Cafe
Paina Cafe
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Pokeman

Chef and owner Go Hoashi offers diners the option of building their own poke bowls or going with signature creations at this Chinatown poke restaurant. Customized poke bowls are available in three sizes and signature poke bowls are also available as burritos. Diners love the Spam burrito here, which combines the popular Hawaiian protein with pineapple, egg, surimi crab, and fried onion.

Hawaiian Style Poke

<span data-author="-1">Hawaiian Style&nbsp;Poke </span>
Hawaiian Style Poke
Hawaiian Style Poke/Facebook

This Ninth Island favorite serves classic poke with ginger, shoyu, sriracha, or spicy garlic style. Diners will also find tako poke (octopus), Spam musubi, and Hawaiian snacks such as boiled peanuts.

<span data-author="-1">Hawaiian Style&nbsp;Poke </span>
Hawaiian Style Poke
Hawaiian Style Poke/Facebook

Sweet Poke

Sweet Poke
Sweet Poke
Sweet Poke/Facebook

Sweet Poke has four Las Vegas locations, making it easy to get a poke fix in the southwest, in Henderson, near UNLV and in between. The poke bowl menu includes the 808 bowl, which features tuna, spicy tuna, masago, sweet onion, and sesame shoyu, and the Aloha bowl, a fresh combination of ahi tuna, cucumber, tamago, and sesame shoyu.

Sweet Poke
Sweet Poke
Sweet Poke/Facebook

Poke Heaven

Poke Heaven
Poke Heaven
Poke Heaven/Facebook

Located near UNLV, this off-Strip poke destination offers poke bowls in two sizes. Diners can opt for white rice, brown rice, sushi rice, or tossed greens and add kimchee tako, octopus, spicy tuna, sweet corn, ginger, and other fresh toppings.

Poke Heaven
Poke Heaven
Poke Heaven/Facebook

Makai Pacific Island Grill

<span data-author="-1">Makai Pacific Island&nbsp;Grill </span>
Makai Pacific Island Grill
Makai Pacific Island Grill/Facebook

Since its opening in January 2016, the Lawther brothers have brought traditional Hawaiian food to Las Vegas. One of Makai’s most popular menu selections is the ahi tuna poke. Served seared or raw, this item can be ordered a la carte per pound or as a full plate option with rice and side choices such as garlic edamame or sweet corn.

<span data-author="-1">Makai Pacific Island&nbsp;Grill </span>
Makai Pacific Island Grill
Makai Pacific Island Grill/Facebook

Poke Poku Hawaiian Poke Bar

Poke Poku Hawaiian Poke Bar
Poke Poku
Poke Poku/Facebook

Poke Poku has four Las Vegas locations with traditional and unexpected poke bowl options. Hawaiian poke is available in five-ounce or 10-ounce portions. Diners can also customize their poke bowls with items such as snapper, seared albacore, soft shell crab, jalapeño, bonito flakes, and mango. The restaurant also offers a Cheetos burrito and ramen.

Poke Poku Hawaiian Poke Bar
Poke Poku
Poke Poku/Facebook

Island Flavor

A poke dish with salmon, avocado, cucumbers
Island Flavor
Island Flavor/Facebook

Island Flavor offers multiple ways to enjoy poke. Diners can order it by the half-pound or pound with shoyu, spicy avocado, furikake, or Korean style, with kim chee or fried with shoyu.

A poke dish with salmon, avocado, cucumbers
Island Flavor
Island Flavor/Facebook

Poke Express

Poke Express
Poke Express
Poke Express/Facebook

The display case at this small poke destination dazzles. Poke selections are always fresh and made to order here. Diners can opt for shoyu style, spicy ahi poke, furikake style, or ahi limu style. Poke is available by weight or as part of a bowl. Diners will also find a small selection of Hawaiian treats and gift items.

Poke Express
Poke Express
Poke Express/Facebook

Island Sushi & Grill

Island Sushi &amp; Grill
Island Sushi & Grill
Island Sushi & Grill/Facebook

Island Sushi & Grill offers a wealth of Hawaiian dishes including barbecue and plate lunches. Diners who love poke can order the restaurant’s popular 808 ahi poke salad.

Island Sushi &amp; Grill
Island Sushi & Grill
Island Sushi & Grill/Facebook

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