Hop on the tuna trend at Pok in West Village; arrive hungry to gaucho-style steakhouse, Fogo de Chao.
Pok The Raw Bar
While an ahi tuna tower is nothing new to Dallas diners, the West Coast trend of fastcasual eateries serving up fresh, nutrientdense poke bowls is having its moment in North Texas. Founded by two SoCal natives, the first concept to open (and still one of the most popular) is West Village’s Pok The Raw Bar, which features a raw sushi bar and menu designed by former Nobu chef, Jimmy Park. From spicy ponzu poke bowls to raw tuna “tacos” and traditional sushi and sashimi, Pok’s menu continues to impress with made-from-scratch matcha teas and beverages, as well as a selection of beer and wine. www.poktherawbar.com. 3699 McKinney Ave., Ste 306, 214.484.1139.
Fogo de Chao
Known for an all-you-can-eat selection of succelent meats delivered to your table by gauchos, Fogo de Chao’s second Dallas outpost, newly opened in Uptown, promises patrons will never leave hungry. Take advantage of the full bar and weekend brunch. www.fogodechao.com. 2619 McKinney Ave., 214.720.7777.