Responding to COVID-19

To our loyal and amazing customers, Rest assured, we’ve been working hard behind-the-scenes to make sure Just Poke stores and respective teams are safe during this crisis. The set of slides outline most of the steps we’ve taken thus far. We are currently preparing for every scenario as should you. In our internal team memo, we told our team not to panic, but to also take things seriously. Starting tomorrow, we will only be allowed

Bellingham Business Journal: Poke Restaurant Opening Location in Bellingham

In the March 5, 2019 Bellingham Business Journal: A poke and acai bowl restaurant is set to open soon in downtown Bellingham. Nathan and Alisha Spencer are opening Just Poke and Verve Bowls at 201 East Chestnut St., Bellingham. Just Poke and Verve Bowls are both based in Seattle and have multiple locations there. The Bellingham location will be a partnership between the two businesses, and will be a fast-casual restaurant serving poke, acai bowls

Eat Seattle: New Just Poké Renton Location

New Just Poké Renton Location Now Open, More Coming Soon New Just Poké Renton Location Now Open, More Coming Soon by Kelly Wright The newest Just Poké location opened its doors last week on October 2nd at the Renton Landing, 727 N 10th St, Suite G Renton WA 98057. Dine in, carry out or order delivery of the freshest of poké bowls that you can build to order from a wealth of sauces, proteins, mix-ins


Poké and Açai Lovers Are Invited to Celebrate Saturday, September 22 and Sunday, September 23 SEATTLE, WA (September 19, 2018) – Just Poké, the Pacific Northwest inspired fast-casual poke chain founded by Seattle natives Daniel Brawer and Norman Wu, has announced the Grand Opening of its first Seattle metro restaurant in the Fremont neighborhood as it expands from its five Eastside locations in Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond and Issaquah. The Grand Opening weekend on September 22–23,

425 Magazine: Just Poké Co-Founders are 2018’s 30 Under 30

Just Poké co-founders Danny Brawer and Norman Wu made the cut for 425 Magazine’s 2018 30 Under 30. “This year’s 30 Under 30 competition opened our eyes to so many ambitious, goal-oriented, and passionate Eastsiders that we had a hard time selecting the honorees. There was a 16-year-old high school student whose technology startup is rapidly gaining ground. There was a TV reporter who knew who she wanted to be even as she left the