“Mo Poké, Mo Betta!”

Celebrity chef Sam Choy’s Poke started his Poke to the Max in 2013 and has been nicknamed the “God Father” of Poké’s concepts. Choy brings fresh ingredients and home style ono grinds from the islands to the Pacific Northwest! Until May 2016, Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max was solely a traveling food truck. Business has only been getting better since then which brought his first restaurant to Hillman City, Seattle on Rainier Ave. Sam Choy’s Poke

This beautiful double-sided circular sign is approximately 4’x4′ and features seacrest, white and flamingo exposed neon. Although the cabinet was painted black, both sides are backed with esquisite vinyl graphics. Our crew loves the style and color combination of this sign featuring 114 ft of neon. We pleasantly calculated that the entire sign only consumes 444 which is less that 5-100 watt lightbulbs! Talk about a game changer. Sam Choy’s Poke

We have only heard great things about Sam Choy and his Poké to the Max. We anticipate more locations to sprout up in the future!

Celebrity chef Sam Choy’s Poke started his Poke to the Max in 2013 and has been nicknamed the “God Father” of Poké’s concepts. Choy brings fresh ingredients and home style ono grinds from the islands to the Pacific Northwest! Until May 2016, Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max was solely a traveling food truck. Business has only been getting better since then which brought his first restaurant to Hillman City, Seattle on Rainier Ave. Sam Choy’s Poke

This beautiful double-sided circular sign is approximately 4’x4′ and features seacrest, white and flamingo exposed neon. Although the cabinet was painted black, both sides are backed with esquisite vinyl graphics. Our crew loves the style and color combination of this sign featuring 114 ft of neon. We pleasantly calculated that the entire sign only consumes 444 which is less that 5-100 watt lightbulbs! Talk about a game changer. Sam Choy’s Poke

We have only heard great things about Sam Choy and his Poké to the Max. We anticipate more locations to sprout up in the future!
Celebrity chef Sam Choy’s Poke started his Poke to the Max in 2013 and has been nicknamed the “God Father” of Poké’s concepts. Choy brings fresh ingredients and home style ono grinds from the islands to the Pacific Northwest! Until May 2016, Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max was solely a traveling food truck. Business has only been getting better since then which brought his first restaurant to Hillman City, Seattle on Rainier Ave. Sam Choy’s Poke

This beautiful double-sided circular sign is approximately 4’x4′ and features seacrest, white and flamingo exposed neon. Although the cabinet was painted black, both sides are backed with esquisite vinyl graphics. Our crew loves the style and color combination of this sign featuring 114 ft of neon. We pleasantly calculated that the entire sign only consumes 444 which is less that 5-100 watt lightbulbs! Talk about a game changer. Sam Choy’s Poke

We have only heard great things about Sam Choy and his Poké to the Max. We anticipate more locations to sprout up in the future!

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