Downtown Kelowna gets new poke destination

Pacific Poke opens their first Kelowna store Saturday

Poke lovers have a new destination in downtown Kelowna.

Pacific Poke has five stores in Vancouver, and opens its first Kelowna store Saturday.

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“It’s exciting for us,” said manager Raj Khare.

“It’s a brand new store, and we’ve been getting lots of calls.”

While the poke options are few in Kelowna, the downtown location for Pacific Poke will sure to have a big draw when full-time spring arrives, and the buzz of summer comes later.

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Originally starting in Vancouver, Pacific Poke has expanded to Calgary and now to Kelowna.

The store is scheduled for an 11 a.m. opening.

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