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    Kona Poké to Open in Lake Mary

  • Industry News January 14, 2019
    Kona Poké
    Kona plans to open 20-plus locations throughout the Southeast over the next several years.

    Lake Mary is about to get a whole lot fresher with the highly anticipated Grand Opening of Kona Poké on January 25. Kona Poké is a healthy, fast-casual food concept that serves fresh and delicious Hawaiian-style poké bowls with fresh sushi-grade fish, house-sauces, vegan, gluten-free and cooked options available.  Guests of the 1,300 square foot restaurant will choose from a variety of Signature Poké Bowls, Build Your Own Bowls, Soup, Salads and Mochi Ice Cream, which they’ll savor inside Kona’s contemporary, inviting restaurant vibe with subtle elements of poké’s Hawaiian heritage.

    To commemorate the Grand Opening, Kona Poké will hold a special ribbon cutting at 11am on Friday, January 25. Plus, from Open to Close, guests can choose from any poke bowl and a fountain drink for $9.99.  Kona will also feature Kona Beer all day for $2. 

    Kona Owners Matthew Ting and Ernie Falco III come with decades combined of restaurant ownership, management and marketing experience. Ting co-owns and operates multiple successful Tijuana Flats locations companywide, and Falco founded and sold several highly successful internet based brands, including JetCharters.com.

    “We are elated to finally open our doors and provide the freshest vibe and food around,” says Ting.  “It is healthy, yet so extremely satisfying, it’s addictive.  With our high-quality raw ingredients, Hawaiian poké techniques and distinctive interior design, we are bringing features from the realm of formal dining to the world of a fast-casual restaurant.  The response we’ve received already has been incredible, and we cannot wait to welcome the masses and make Kona everyone’s favorite place to dine and relax.”

    Kona plans to open 20-plus locations throughout the Southeast over the next several years.

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