Poke Mexican Soul opens new downtown Orlando location

A new Mexican, Asian fusion takeout and delivery restaurant has opened in downtown Orlando.

Poke Mexican Soul celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday, June 28 at its new restaurant, which is located at 255 S Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando.

The restaurant’s menu features Asian food that incorporates authentic Mexican flavors and ingredients. Poke bowls can be dressed with a variety of toppings and proteins.

The restaurant will also offer monthly and yearly memberships for poke enthusiasts looking to get a regular dose of their dishes.

According to their website, the business will operate from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., five days a week, closing on Saturday and Sunday.

For more information on the business or its menu, visit the Poke Mexican Soul website.

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