There are poke joints everywhere these days. Pokinometry is arguably the best of the bunch, but you know who also does the Hawaiian delicacy right? Costco. Yes, if you've been to the Costcos in Hawaii, you'd know the chain has been offering poke at the deli section in at least four flavors for years: shoyu, limu, wasabi, a spicy mayo and a garlic shrimp, which technically isn't poke. The important thing is that the poke served in the Aloha State's Costcos is the same as the poke most of OC's Costcos now serve. It even costs the same. So take some home, cook some rice or just eat it plain, washed down with a 55-cent soda from the food court.