Tech Square Food Hall The Collective To Debut In March With Poke Burri Opening

Sushi burritos and poke bowls up for grabs March 2 with neighboring food stalls expected to start serving shortly after.
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Poke Burri will be soft opening at The Collective at the CODA in Tech Square on March 2, Co-Owner Seven Chan in an email confirmed with What Now Atlanta Friday.

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“The official opening for the whole food hall will be the middle of March,” Chan said.

Poke Burri will serve up eats like sushi burritos and poke bowls along with “secret” off-menu offerings such as the sushi donut and sushi corndog.

Chan and Kevin Yu first launched the Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles concepts out of We Suki Suki in East Atlanta Village in 2016, and have rapidly expanded throughout the metro Atlanta region, including landing a spot inside the Truck & Tap kitchen in downtown Alpharetta.

In Sweet Octopus, a restaurant in Duluth’s Parson’s Alley that offers several concepts under one umbrella, in a split-level floor plan, Poke Burri’s poke bowls and burritos are served in a Thai-style street food restaurant that anchors the ground-level.

At the beginning of February, Chan opened a Poke Burri alonside his Lifting Noodles concept in the PH’EAST Food Hall at The Battery, which he helped develop.

At the CODA, Poke Burri will join previously announced food and beverage tenants Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, El Burro Pollo Burrito Kitchen, Thrive Farmer’s Coffee, Aviva by Kameel, and Wildleaf.

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