California-based Poké Bar will open at Midtown Terraces this month

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Another poké bar has is gearing up to debut Charlotte. This time, it’s Hollywood-based Poké Bar.

Its opening later this month in Midtown Terraces (the same shopping center as Mama Ricotta’s and HSM Core) will mark the chain’s second North Carolina location behind Raleigh, and they’ll keep expanding to Blakeney and finally Chapel Hill, but are looking to add more to the roster.

When finished, the space will look like this:

Courtesy Poké Bar

Courtesy Poké Bar

The menu includes 8 different types of fish, such as Yellowfin Tuna, salmon and octopus, plus tofu, that can be topped with 17 free extras, mix-ins and sauces.

Courtesy Poké Bar

A spokesperson for the brand told the Agenda that the chain has the industry’s “most mature supply,” which has not only allowed Poké Bar to become the largest in the nation but also guarantee high quality ingredients and freshness without sacrificing affordable price points.

Bowls run $10-$12, with most hovering at $11 (including tuna and salmon).

Though firm opening dates haven’t been announced, the brand is aiming to open in the “back half” of this month. To celebrate, they’ll be running a half-off deal.

When it opens, you can find Poké Bar at 601 South Kings Drive, Suite K. Keep up with progress and connect on Facebook and Instagram. Feature photo via Facebook.

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Kylie Moore
Writer doubling as a travel, wine, and Oxford Comma enthusiast.