Poke House’s Investment in Honu Tiki Bowls

Cerha Hempel advised Poke House on the deal. Viehböck Breiter Schenk & Nau advised Kaspar Kunz.

Poke House acquired a 51% majority in the Austrian Honu Tiki Bowls business from its founder Kaspar Kunz. Together the parties will continue to run Honu Tiki Bowls as a joint venture. 

Founded in Italy in 2018, Poke House is a fast growing poke bowl start-up, which, so far, has been active in 7 countries operating more than 120 locations. It offers Californian-inspired Hawaiian bowls and is planning to continue expanding in further markets.

Honu Tiki Bowls was founded in 2018 by Kaspar Kunz and operates 5 poke bowl locations in Vienna.

The team of CERHA HEMPEL included attorneys Mag. Jakob Hartig, LL.M. and Mag. Heinrich Foglar-Deinhardstein (Picture), LL.M. (both corporate) and further consisted of Mag. Christopher Peitsch (employment), Dr. Armin Schwabl, LL.M. (regulatory) and Mag. Nikolaus Feldscher, MJur (associate, corporate).

The Viehböck Breiter Schenk & Nau team included Dr. Lukas Schenk and Dr. Florian Linder. 

Involved fees earner: Nikolaus Feldscher – Cerha Hempel; Heinrich Foglar-Deinhardstein – Cerha Hempel; Jakob Hartig – Cerha Hempel; Christopher Peitsch – Cerha Hempel; Armin Schwabl – Cerha Hempel; Florian Linder – Viehböck Breiter Schenk & Nau Rechtsanwälte; Lukas Schenk – Viehböck Breiter Schenk & Nau Rechtsanwälte;

Law Firms: Cerha Hempel; Viehböck Breiter Schenk & Nau Rechtsanwälte;

Clients: Kaspar Kunz; Poke House;

Federica Tiefenthaler

Author: Federica Tiefenthaler