Fins Poke Fusion in Mission Viejo holds Grand Opening with Free Poke Bowls for the First 100 Customers

A delicious Poke Bowl from Fins Poke Fusion. Photo by Ed Simon for The Los Angeles Beat

Tomorrow, August 20, Fins in Mission Viejo will hold their  Grand Opening. The poke fusion restaurant is holding the Grand Opening to introduce Orange County to its delicious poke concept. Fins only uses the freshest sushi grade fish to make their poke bowls. Moby Duncan, co-owner of Fins, announced that as part of the opening day festivities, the first 100 customers at Thursday’s Grand Opening will receive a free poke bowl.

The poke bar at Fins. Photo by Ed Simon for The Los Angeles Beat.The poke bowls at Fins are made just like their namesakes in Hawaii are made. A base of either rice or micro-greens is topped with albacore, shrimp, tuna or salmon. Various additions such as seaweed salad, octopus, ginger, Japanese pickled veggies and more garnish the top, adding extra flavor and texture. The bowls come in three sizes and with your choice of three sauces.

The Grand Opening is sure to please anyone, but especially those who have vacationed in Hawaii and wish for Hawaii’s popular poke bowls. For a more detailed review of what Fins has to offer, you can read the LA Beat’s review here. Fins  28251 Marguerite Parkway #A in Mission Viejo. (949) 542-7466. The free poke bowl will be available to the first 100 customers after 11am.

Ed Simon

About Ed Simon

Ed is a native of Los Angeles who loves food and food cultures. Whether he's looking for the best ceviche in Colombia, the best poke in Hawaii, the best tequila in Jalisco or the best Taiwanese Beef Roll in Los Angeles, it's all good food! He also loves a good drink. He's had Mai Tais in Hawaii, Bourbon in Kentucky, Tequila in Mexico and Rum in Jamaica. His wine escapades have taken him to Napa, Sonoma, the Willamette Valley and the Santa Ynez Valley. And he's had beer all over the world! Music is another of Ed's passion, writing and interviewing many classic rock, rock and blues musicians. Getting the great stories of road experiences from them is a particular delight. Traveling also fits in with Ed's writing, exploring all over to find the most interesting places to visit, even in out of the way areas.
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