Paris Will Host Its First Hawaiian Poke Festival
PARIS WILL HOST ITS FIRST HAWAIIAN POKE FESTIVAL
If you are a fan of poke and will be traveling to the City of Lights this month, the Debonair in Paris is launching a festival specially designed for you!
On Sunday, July 29th, the rooftop of the 13th arrondissement will host the most prominent poke restaurants in the capital. There will be plenty of Hawaiian entertainment to help you chase away the Sunday night blues.
Among the restaurants present, you will find Atelier Poké, Natives Lancry, Palika Poke and Pokawa. All will offer colorful poke bowls for only 10 euros!
In addition to great food, the Debonair has also scheduled 12 hours of tropical DJ sets and a bar with happy hour from noon to 9 p.m.
During the festival, a live painting session with graffiti artist Tisba will take place in along with the other festivities, as well as an unavoidable Hawaiian mölkky tournament.
HAWAIIAN POKE FESTIVAL IN PARIS
Where? Cité de la Mode et du Design Quai d’Austerlitz, 75013 Paris.
When? Sunday, July 29th, from noon to midnight.
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WATCH: HOW TO MAKE AHI POKE
While you wait for the Hawaiian Poke Festival to take place, why not treat yourself to a bowl of ahi poke at home? You'll need sushi-grade ahi tuna, as well as ginger, garlic, sesame seeds and a few other ingredients you may already have in your pantry. Click on the video above to see how to make it.