Fresh on the Scene: Atlanta’s Poke Spots

Olivia Arnold
Poke has recently spread throughout the Atlanta food scene with remarkable speed. New poke places have opened up all over the city, each offering a delicious twist on the national craze . BoruBoru Sushi, Emory Village This fast-casual new addition to the Emory Village collection features a...

Poke has recently spread throughout the Atlanta food scene with remarkable speed. New poke places have opened up all over the city, each offering a delicious twist on the national craze.

Poke Burri, East Atlanta Village

This gem is nestled inside of We Suki Suki in the main stretch of East Atlanta Village. Though poke bowls from Poke Burri are sensational in their own right, this booth has a variety of sushi burritos and, most importantly, sushi doughnuts (the newest national food trend). The sushi doughnut is essentially exactly like its name — sushi in the shape of a donut. And it is extremely fun to eat either with chopsticks or your fingers. I ordered both the spicy tuna and the crab sushi donuts as well as the spicy tuna nachos, all of which were fresh and drizzled with a savory sauce.

 

Fish Bowl Poke, Downtown

Fast-casual choices can be limited in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, so this new poke restaurant located in close proximity to Georgia State University provides a healthy option for students and people who work downtown. Created by the founders of Atlanta's popular Dua Vietnamese Noodle Soup restaurant, this spot offers customizable bowls with extremely fresh fish.