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Poke-bowl restaurant opens doors

December 19, 2017
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Wikiwiki Poke Shop bowl
The Wikiwiki Poke Shop sells poke bowls and more in Grand Rapids' Wealthy Street neighborhood. Photo via

A new fast-casual seafood restaurant has opened in Grand Rapids.

Wikiwiki Poke Shop, owned by Keith Allard, opened last week in the Wealthy Street neighborhood, at 1146 Wealthy St. SE.

The restaurant serves customizable poke bowls, or Hawaiian-inspired raw salad dishes, and will feature an oyster bar and rotating seafood specials.

The menu is currently comprised of eight signature poke bowls — ahi tuna, salmon, octopus, scallops, crab, mackerel, tofu and diner’s choice of fish — with various combinations of vegetables and sauces with each dish, including avocado, spicy mayo, kimchi and more.

Allard said the restaurant will continue to evolve during its first few weeks of being open.

“Next week, we will be opening our oyster bar and adding a whole host of new menu items we’re super excited to share with all of you,” Allard says in a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page.

Wikiwiki Poke Shop is open for lunch and dinner and offers carry-out options.

Its hours are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

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