Poke and acai bowl spot Fish Bowl Kitchen opens second location in Palm Harbor

Save room for a Dole Whip banana split.


Poke sushi bowl concept Fish Bowl Kitchen has opened its second location in Palm Harbor at 2882 Alt. U.S. 19, next door to Publix Supermarkets.

The latest location for the fast-casual concept is serving up its signature menu of fresh-built poke bowls, acai bowls, boba milk tea, and Dole Whip desserts. 

Poke bowls range from $10.99-$12.99. Customer can opt for the build-your-own option or be choose from a signature bowl list that includes creations like teriyaki, red curry thai (which can come with a protein of your choice from meat-eater to vegetarian). Really hungry? Grab the Big Kahuna poke bowl with two proteins. 

If you're in the mood for something sweet and decadent without the guilt, FBK offers two new "whip splits." One has Dole Whip, and the other has fat-free organic greek vanilla yogurt — both are scooped a top a banana and covered with four toppings of your choice. 

Want a taste but can't make it out? Fish Bowl Kitchen also delivers through DoorDash. Hours for both locations are 9 a.m.-9 p.m. seven days a week. 

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