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Poi Dog Philly


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Poi Dog Philly


Poi Dog serves Hawaii-style plate lunches, fresh ahi poke, musubi, snacks and butter mochi at our counter-service restaurant, located in the Rittenhouse neighborhood of Philadelphia on South 21st St between Chestnut & Sansom. When weather permits, our food truck can be found serving a less traditional menu of Hawaii-inspired rice bowls, tacos and street food at the Headhouse Square Farmers' Market, Clover Market, Art Star Craft Bazaar and many other seasonally-determined locations and events in the Philadelphia region. Follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram to stay up to date on our event schedule. We are also available to cater luaus, birthday parties, office parties and casual weddings. Watch our video interview with Philadelphia Magazine here. 
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About


Kiki Aranita and Chris Vacca own and operate Poi Dog Philly, a casual counter-service restaurant and food cart in Philadelphia. “Poi Dog” is a pidgin term that refers to the mixed nature of their hybrid Hawaiian-style food. Their menus are rooted in Hawaiian cuisine, but also draw upon cultures that have heavily influenced the food of Hawaii, such as Filipino, Japanese and Portuguese. In the four years since Kiki and Chris started Poi Dog, they have catered events from beer festivals to galas, taught cooking classes, and traveled around the Philippines learning to make regional specialties from street food vendors. 

About


Kiki Aranita and Chris Vacca own and operate Poi Dog Philly, a casual counter-service restaurant and food cart in Philadelphia. “Poi Dog” is a pidgin term that refers to the mixed nature of their hybrid Hawaiian-style food. Their menus are rooted in Hawaiian cuisine, but also draw upon cultures that have heavily influenced the food of Hawaii, such as Filipino, Japanese and Portuguese. In the four years since Kiki and Chris started Poi Dog, they have catered events from beer festivals to galas, taught cooking classes, and traveled around the Philippines learning to make regional specialties from street food vendors.