At this point, there are a million poke places in NYC, but there aren’t too many that also serve hot dogs. Sons of Thunder does, and they also have soft serve. So if you want a cone of ice cream and banh mi hot dog, you can get that here. But you can also get a bowl of tuna, salmon, or octopus poké over some rice, greens, or cauliflower rice. This place is great for a weekday lunch or whenever you need something quick and relatively healthy, and there’s another location in Fidi.
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