Along the Hawaiian island archipelago, poke — a dish of cubed and marinated raw fish — comes fresh out of backyard bays and is easy enough to pack for a picnic on the beach. It's served casually at markets and gas stations, surf shacks, and five-star dining destinations. Stateside, and more specifically at home in Denver, the last year has brought a deluge of poke bowls and eateries dedicated to the dish, often made with yellowfin or ahi tuna, served over grains or greens with clever and complementary mix-ins.
New-to-the-scene poke places include Avanti’s QuickFish Poke Bar, two fast-casual counters within a single block on Platte Street — Denver Poke Co. and Poke House — as well as Turtle Boat on South Broadway. Coming soon is Hi Tide in RiNo. Then there are the (now) old standards. Here are 15 bowls to try around Denver.Read More