4th Street Market, Poke Etc | Food Adventures

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Being my friend means risking the chance of being obese. That’s why I always say do things in moderation, meaning hang out with me only once a week.

009 (2)Today me and Vinh explored Poke ETC which is extremely close to my work.
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A variety of options to choose here at this small market.

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I’m pretty sure I’m the reason why Vinh can’t stay on his diet.

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Fresh poke.

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They had everything from wasabi poke to kimchi poke.

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You can buy it by the pound here too!

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I ended up getting the aloha combo which comes with your choice of poke and kalua pork. It was delicious for me and I definitely became a fan! I could go here for lunch everyday.

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Later that night I went downtown and explored Santa Ana with Derek.

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It always amazes me how graffiti artists paint these walls.

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Santa Ana has changed immensely over the years with new bars, restaurants and now with the 4th street market, the city is bringing life back into downtown Santa Ana.

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The outside of 4th Street Market.

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With a DJ set for your listening pleasure.

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Derek decided to get a Poke Bowl at MAR. I already had poke today, so I opted out for a sandwich.

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Poutine tater tots.

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Stock yard pork belly sandwich.

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MAR poke bowl.


Some things I ate during the week that couldn’t stand on it’s own post, but the photos are really good.

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Chamoy at Zero Degrees Italian Ice.

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Crispy fried rice and raw shrimp.

Catch ya on the next food adventure!

I just want to travel and see cool things. Follow me on Instagram and twitter @nguminh and @thefoodadventurist.

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