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Poke 3 has been riding the poke craze since opening on North Mesa near UTEP just 18 months ago. It now has four sites and another underway in Las Cruces. Aside from the traditional Hawaiian raw fish bowl with a variety of sides, the secret to success may be in the salsas, general manager Mauricio Maese says. “I’ve heard a lot of people say that we have a larger variety of salsas. That’s why they come back.” 

3535 N. Mesa, 915-759-4025; plus others; poke3.com; @poke3ep on Facebook

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