Poké House, one of the fastest-growing poke restaurant concepts in California, has added new locations to its network, with new stores opening soon in the San Francisco Bay Area, including East Bay, and a new location in Elk Grove. The company is on track to reach an estimated 17 to 25 locations open by the end 2024, impressively increasing its current count with a recent explosion of franchise units.
Poké House CEO James Deng expressed his excitement over the brand’s expansion and pointed out that the company is a reflection of the industry’s positive climate.
At the heart of the Poké House, visitors will find a dedication to quality and freshness. All of the restaurant’s fish is delivered daily, Monday through Saturday, ensuring that customers enjoy a dining experience that embodies the brand’s unique take on Hawaiian Poke, from first bite and beyond.
Poké House’s environmentally-friendly practices include using bowls from 100% biodegradable corn or plant fiber, purchasing 100% sustainable salmon from Scotland, or using reclaimed wood throughout its restaurants.
As Poké House continues its journey of growth and expansion, the brand is actively seeking to share its success with aspiring entrepreneurs and potential franchisees. The franchise model offers an opportunity for individuals to become a part of the growing Poké House network. Franchise buyers can look forward to a comprehensive training program and continuous support from the brand as they embark on their own Poké House venture.
To learn more information about Poké House and its franchise opportunity, stop by www.poke.house/franchising-info.