In Kingston — New York’s first state capital — history collides with the modern day to create an interesting and hip destination.
Poke is a traditional Hawaiian dish made of fresh fish, limu (seaweed), inamona or kukui nut (candlenut) and sea salt. From its original form, Poke has evolved into a local “must have” at every social event, celebration or gathering. Poke, once thought of like a pupu or appetizer, is now commonly eaten as a meal in the form of a poke bowl: fresh poke on a bed of hot steamed rice or on a fresh crisp salad. Our seafood products are sourced from responsible producers and vendors that have the highest standards in assuring your seafood will be safe and wholesome.
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