Today, FireFin Poke Shop—the chain from the company behind Furious Spoon ramen and the upcoming Lakeview food hall—quietly opened its fourth location, this time inside the Ogilvie Transportation Center in the West Loop. Sushi bowls should be convenient for Metra commuters looking to liven up their routines. The opening shows that Chicagoans have yet to see the apex of poke popularity with raw fish bowls appearing on more menus.
The first FireFin opened a little more than a year ago in the Loop, and chef Rodelio Aglibot has since come up with new items to expand his offerings. However, the Ogilvie location is smaller than the previous three and due to the limited space, the menu will also be limited. The menu include nine preset poke bowl combos. Customers can customize their bowls, too.
FireFin has announced upcoming locations in Fulton Market and Lakeview. A rep said the company is planning even more in the future. For now, commuters traveling from the suburbs can bring home a fresh catch. FireFin Poke Shop is open inside the Ogilvie Transportation Center.
FireFin Poke Shop, Ogilvie Transportation Center at 500 W. Madison Ave., (312) 207-2007, open 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays.