Ahipoki Bowl Restaurant in Scottsdale by Press Release The poke bowl concept that took Temple City, California by storm opens its door on April 1st in Scottsdale Scottsdale’s much anticipated quick serve poke restaurant, Ahipoki Bowl, has announced an April 1st opening date. The restaurant is located at 2805 N. Scottsdale Rd. on the southeast corners of Thomas and Scottsdale Roads.Ahipoki Bowl’s Hawaiian-based specialty dish, poke, consists of diced sushi grade fish like ahi tuna and salmon on a bed of rice or salad. Other garnishes and exotic toppings include daikon, masago and a variety of sauces for flavor. The restaurant is fashioned as a quick serve, allowing guests to choose the size of their bowl and all of their toppings and ingredients served right before their eyes.Ahipoki Bowl follows the same concept as the original location in Temple City, California. After the poke craze began in California and swept across the state and after its massive success in the Temple City and Pasadena area, the Ahipoki Bowl restaurant group partnered with local Arizona businessmen to expand their locations. Michael Zimmerman, owner of Republic West Home and Jason Jantzen, owner of Phoenix Marketing Associates, have plans to open at least six to seven restaurants in the Phoenix metro area and ten to fifteen statewide.The restaurant will offer first responders and military personnel a 20% off discount every day with valid identification and 10% off for seniors 55 and over.Ahipoki Bowl is set to celebrate its grand opening on April 23rd with 50% off bowls and other grand opening events to be announced.For more information on upcoming locations and updates regarding grand opening, visit AhipokiBowl.com/ScottsdaleAbout Ahipoki Bowl:The Ahipoki Bowl concept was born out of the desire of a restaurant group wanting to bring a much needed health-conscious California seafood restaurant with a south pacific flair to its customers. Health conscious fish lovers can sit down and relax in a laid back atmosphere all while enjoying the fusion of Japanese and Hawaiian flavors coupled with a fresh fish experience normally found outside of a quick serve restaurant.