Hop on the tuna trend at Pok in West Vil­lage; ar­rive hun­gry to gau­cho-style steak­house, Fogo de Chao.

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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.

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