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Founded in 2016 by Danny Brawer and Norman Wu, Just Poké has become the regional destinational for eating clean, healthy food in the Pacific Northwest. Our signature motto has been “Eat Clean, Act Right, and Live Well” and we put this into practice every day by serving the freshest of food, considering the environmental impact of every decision, and ensuring we take care of our employees.

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Seattle Times — March 28, 2018

Mar28
Seattle Times article “Does Seattle have a poke problem?” discusses the recent expansion of fast-casual poke spots across the Seattle area, including Just Poké’s thoughts on the trend: Just Poké co-owner Norman Wu isn’t fretting about any poke glut. “There’s going to be competition,” he says, “but you can’t worry too much.” He thinks the Seattle area “can definitely support a lot of each type of food category,” and he sees poke as “playing a

JUST POKÉ ANNOUNCES GRAND OPENING OF NEW FACTORIA LOCATION

Feb12
Poke Lovers Are Invited to Celebrate Friday, February 16 through Sunday, February 18 SEATTLE, WA (February 12, 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 third Seattle area restaurant. Complementing the existing locations in downtown Bellevue and Kirkland, the latest Just Poké restaurant is conveniently located inside the Marketplace @ Factoria Mall on Factoria Blvd SE.

Just Poké: Just like a Maui Sunset — Kirkland Living Magazine, March 2017

Mar31
Just Poké: Just like a Maui Sunset Rainy January evenings are usually grey and chill, but on this evening for our Neighbors’ Night Out we popped into the fresh, bright space of Just Poké and were able to share in the warmth of the colorful Hawaiian inspired cuisine. Just following the holidays, the myriad of healthy choices was a perfect way to start the new year off. Guests were able to select their own hand