Customers at Miguel’s Poké Island will be able to build their own poké bowls and sushi burritos with bases such as rice, quinoa or a kale salad mix and proteins such as tuna, salmon, tofu or grilled chicken. Toppings include pineapple, corn, cucumber, onion, kimchi and much more. Sauces include spicy mayo, spicy poké sauce, green goddess, teriyaki and poké sauce.
The restaurant will have a variety of smoothies, boba teas and açaí bowls.
In early June, the Greene Canteen announced on its Facebook page that it would close its doors at the end of the month so the owners could focus on their personal health and happiness. The cafe-style restaurant focused on “clean foods” such as salads, juices and smoothies, along with a sandwich menu and baked goods.
For more information, visit www.MiguelsPokeIsland.com.