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Poke Sushi Bowl Opens On UVa Corner!

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After the beloved Two Guys Tacos closed on the Corner, UVa students and CVille dwellers alike were stunned as to what could be coming to town. The newly-opened restaurant is none other than Poke Sushi Bowl!

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Poke is an increasingly trendy food. For those behind on the times, we’re talking about a raw fish salad that is a staple in Hawaiian cuisine – yum! Joining forces with Japanese influences of sushi, these bowls are sure to be delicious.

The shop works in a pretty simple manner. (1) Pick your based of brown or sushi rice. (2) Plop on a protein – anything from salmon and eel to krab or tofu. (3) Get creative with your mix-ins! Edamame, mango, seaweed, and more can all add some variety into your bowl. (4) Choose a sauce like the Ponzu Citrus, Coconut Cream, or Ginger Wasabi Shoyu. (5) Top it off with peppers, seeds, nuts, or seaweed!

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The many, many options laid out before you means your bowl can be customized and made one of a kind! For those overwhelmed by the many options of Poke Sushi Bowl, a variety of Signature Bowls are available for combinations that are guaranteed to be delish.

Check out the Dragon Bowl, Miso Tofu, or Hawaiian Bowl!

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Poke Sushi Bowl is also committed to maintaining healthy standards! They use a “non-oil” cooking procedure and do not welcome corn syrup or artificial flavors in their kitchen.

For a fast and delicious lunch, stop by today!

101 14th St NW, Charlottesville, VA 22903
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8 Salads To Try In RVA

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1. Continental Westhampton: The Ivy League

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5704 Grove Ave, RVA 23226
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The Ivy League is a high-achieving salad with dried cranberries, toasted pecans, crisp apples, and gorgonzola sprinkled over baby spinach and topped with a warm bacon vinaigrette. From chicken or shrimp to beef brisket and lamb, protein can be added to salads for a nominal fee. Keep Reading

11 Richmond Spots For Southern Cookin’

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1. Mama J’s

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Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site, 415 N 1st St, Richmond, VA 23219
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Born and raised in RVA, Mama J based her neighborhood restaurant on the tradition of going to Grandma’s house for Sunday dinner, combining a warm and friendly atmosphere with outstanding service and freshly prepared foods like pan-fried catfish, candied yams, and homemade cobblers. Keep Reading

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