Fins Poke Fusion Tries to Introduce the Food Trend to South County

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 6, 2015
Not too long ago, Fins Poke Fusion was an all-you-can-eat sushi bar called Sushi Zone. Even if you didn't know this, it's going to be obvious. The bar counter is still there, as are the stools, the old furniture and the waist-high cold display...
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