Ono Yum In the News

From shrimp to oysters, lobster to crawfish, Maine to Alaska and Florida to California, we Americans love our seafood, which is quite evident in the number of festivals celebrating the stuff throughout the country each year.

America’s annual seafood festivals and cook-offs

From shrimp to oysters, lobster to crawfish, Maine to Alaska and Florida to California, we Americans love our seafood, which is quite evident in the number of festivals celebrating the stuff throughout the country each year.

Read More

The 7th Annual I Love Poke Fest in San Diego went swimmingly this week. Not only was it a giant exhibition of the magical food that originated from Hawaii, it was also a celebration of the Hawaiian culture and its values.

7th Annual I Love Poke Fest in San Diego

The 7th Annual I Love Poke Fest in San Diego went swimmingly this week. Not only was it a giant exhibition of the magical food that originated from Hawaii, it was also a celebration of the Hawaiian culture and its values.

Read More

The 7th annual I Love Poke festival took place at Bali Hai restaurant this week, and instead of forever smacking my forehead as I’ve done after missing each of the previous years, I finally made it to Shelter Island to gorge on raw fish salad.

I Love Poke, and I Really Love Great Food Fests

The 7th annual I Love Poke festival took place at Bali Hai restaurant this week, and instead of forever smacking my forehead as I’ve done after missing each of the previous years, I finally made it to Shelter Island to gorge on raw fish salad.

Read More

The annual I Love Poke Festival in San Diego, California, is a culinary celebration of the native Hawaiian seafood appetizer, poke happening tonight.

San Diego Poke Festival

The annual I Love Poke Festival in San Diego, California, is a culinary celebration of the native Hawaiian seafood appetizer, poke happening tonight.

Read More

When Nino “Neens” Camilo started his I Love Poke Festival in San Diego seven years ago, it was to satisfy the cravings of diners who couldn’t find the popular Hawaiian dish anywhere on local menus.

San Diego’s poke explosion

When Nino “Neens” Camilo started his I Love Poke Festival in San Diego seven years ago, it was to satisfy the cravings of diners who couldn’t find the popular Hawaiian dish anywhere on local menus.

Read More

“It’s the fourth annual I Love Poke Festival, an outdoor tasting event honoring Hawaii and its popular seafood dish­­–the one that approaches Japanese sashimi and turns “poke” into a two­syllable word.”

Embrace aloha and raw fish

“It’s the fourth annual I Love Poke Festival, an outdoor tasting event honoring Hawaii and its popular seafood dish­­–the one that approaches Japanese sashimi and turns “poke” into a two­syllable word.”

Read More

“This year, Umekes from Kona, Hawaii is flying all the way to San Diego to try and take the poke title.”

Smokehouse Sundays; Tap Takeover; I Love Poke Fest

“This year, Umekes from Kona, Hawaii is flying all the way to San Diego to try and take the poke title.”

Read More

“The whole scene was just right. But enough of that. Fifteen restaurants competed for the title of best poke in town.”

SD’s Best Poke

“The whole scene was just right. But enough of that. Fifteen restaurants competed for the title of best poke in town.”

Read More

“I recently chatted with Camilo about why he started the I Love Poke Festival in San Diego, and here’s what he had to say.”

Chatting with Nino Camilo, Founder of San Diego’s I Love Poke Festival

“I recently chatted with Camilo about why he started the I Love Poke Festival in San Diego, and here’s what he had to say.”

Read More

“Poke, Spam Musubi, and Anuhea. What more could a Hawaii lover want?”

I Love Poke Festival 2012

“Poke, Spam Musubi, and Anuhea. What more could a Hawaii lover want?”

Read More