The PokéSpot

Row 1

120 4th Avenue (btwn 13th St & 12th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 933-0971
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Pokespot special $12.90
  • Terrific place for healthy conscious people.
  • MISO SPICY really fresh, larger portion than I expected. :) miso spicy not really too spicy but has good flavor.
  • $10.79 for 2 proteins, inlets toppings and mix-ins excl guac (extra). Huge servings that can feed 2. Fish was not marinated as poke usually is but plain and lacked flavor so get shoyu to mix it up
  • Healthy, delicious, filling protein/oriented bowls featuring tuna, salmon, snow crab, chicken, or tofu, paired with delicious sauces and a base of either rice, salad, or zucchini spiralized noodles.
  • Good amount of food. Get the pokestop sauce!
  • They no longer serve sushi burritos. Head over to Pokeworks on 37th & 6th instead for sushi burritos.
  • Worth the 30 mins wait. But still.. Its great stirred sushi in a bowl.
  • BYO pok bowl. Can't go wrong with PokSpot sauce on tuna and salmon.
  • Can't go wrong with any of the toppings really. Or the sauces.
  • Affordable, bit tuna and salmon are meh. I do like that you can get a zoodle base tho instead of rice.
  • Carb conscious?? Get the zucchini noodles!
  • Be prepared to wait in line for 20 minutestake that time to compose the bowl you want from the huge board of stuff. Toppings are unlimited and free so be adventurous. Get double meat (salmon & tuna)
  • Build your own 2 or 3 protein choice poke bowl. Zoodles were good and the Pokspot sauce!
  • Totally millennial, but still delicious. Make your own bowl and make sure to get the PokeSpot sauce!
  • Citrus fresh was delicious
  • Create your own bowl! Biggest pok portions I've ever had. Usually I leave hungry but not here.
  • These bowls are really good and I love the special PokeSpot sauce. It's not very filling so get the rice base if you're looking for a bigger lunch.
  • unlimited toppings = key to success
  • Snow crab and salmon are good choices for the toppings