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This Environmentally-Friendly Eatery In Miami Serves Their Food In Literal Fruit Bowls

A better way to poke! OOH RAW! juice and poke bar in Miami serves you poke and acai in bowls made out of halved pineapples, watermelons, and coconuts. These fruity creations not only satisfy your tastebuds but also your environmentally-conscious side, with fish used only from responsible and sustainable sources to minimize environmental impact and maximize tastiness. 

OOH RAW! is located in Wynwood Arcade and is open daily. The fast-casual restaurant offers Cali-Miami cuisine, serving up healthy creations in unique fruit bowls. Everything is fresh and prepared daily, and locally-sourced whenever possible. Not to mention, they are dedicated to environmentally-friendly sources for all their fish products. 

You can order sweet and colorful menu items like a pineapple bowl with acai and strawberries, topped with toasted coconut shavings and fruity pebble cereal. Or, try a coconut bowl filled with ahi tuna and avocado, sprinkled with tobiko roe. 

Check out their colorful pineapple bowl below:

OOH RAW! just recently made improvements to its ordering process, artwork, menu board, and storage for an even better guest experience. Go see the new and improved space for yourself!

OOH RAW! gives back, too. Its name inspired by US soldiers' famous battle cry, and they donate a portion of sales to the Wounded Warrior Project. You can order their patriotic pineapple bowl in honor of the cause.

Read more about OOH RAW's mission here. Check out the menu here


Price: $

Address: 50 NW. 23rd St. Suite 108, Miami

Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Why you need to go: OOH RAW! juice and poke bar is on the next level with unique poke and acai bowls and sustainable practices. If you love poke, this bar will become your new favorite!


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