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Poke Bop Brings Its Sushi Doughnuts and Saketinis to East Dallas

The Oak Lawn poke shop is expanding to Abrams Road

Kevin Marple
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

Lest anyone thought that the poke trend was dying down, local shop Poke Bop opens its doors in East Dallas today.

The restaurant will set up shop at 4140 Abrams Road, inside the space formerly occupied by Zuzu Mexican Food. Poke Bop opened its first Dallas outpost, complete with sushi doughnuts and a selfie station, on Lemmon Avenue in Dallas’ Oak Lawn neighborhood last march. It, of course, is one of many poke destinations in Dallas, ranging from chains like The Low Key Poke Joint in Addison to the upscale, locally-grown Malibu Poke.

In addition to the build-your-own poke bowl options and sushi burritos, Poke Bop’s newest location will also have a boba bar, where both boozy (think frozen rose and frozen Saketinis) and alcohol-free options (iced and blended boba teas) will be on offer. Asian beers, wines, and sakes, round out the drink options.

Poke Bop will swing open the doors at 11 a.m. on Thursday, February 8. The restaurant will be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.