Are you a fan of the Hawaiian-born seafood bowl better known as poke? If so, you may want to check out the new Pink Rock Sea opening its doors on Miami Beach’s Española Way next month. In keeping with its name, the shop is tropically-themed, featuring strong use of bold colors like pink and green.
Pink Rock Sea is the product of siblings David and Jonathan Tang. This Miami Beach restaurant represents the first eatery by the brothers while the name of it refers to Hawaiian sea salt and the times the two spent partying it up at New York’s famous Roxy nightclub.
In case you’ve never heard of poke, the name of it is Hawaiian and it means “to cut or slice raw fish”. It’s a highly popular dish in cities such as New York and Los Angeles and also maintains a high degree of popularity in areas where there is a strong number of Hawaiian denizens. Miami Beach is one of the latest cities to join the poke craze.
Pink Rock Sea opens on October 10 and will be located at 214 Española Way.
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