• Vitality Bowls

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food
Juice bar

Serves meat, vegan options available. Acai and smoothie cafe franchise. Offers also juices, kombucha, salads, panini sandwiches, and snacks. No added ice or sugar in the bowls. Smoothies can be requested with plant milk. Granola is vegan. Note the gluten-free bread may contain egg. Open Mon-Thu 8:00am-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 8:00am-10:00pm, Sun 8:00am-9:00pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by MandrillusSphinx


Points +469

22 Dec 2020

Customer Service is lacking

Came in in the middle of the day, obviously it was a slow time, but it was dead and took forever. Stood and watched after placing my order as not a soul in the building moved into action. Took 5 minutes before I heard or saw any sign of blending or juicing, instead I got to watch all of the employees gathered together chit chatting.
And then the bowl was fine. I got some fancy deluxe one and it wasn’t anything to write home about. A little too much ice or something - very frozen and a little bland.
The type of açaí bowl I would expect from a place who doesn’t primarily make açaí bowls.

Cons: Slow, Pricey



Points +281

20 Jun 2019

Like a worse Jamba Juice

This place is basically specialized in smoothies and açaí bowls, but their stuff doesn’t taste fresh, it tastes like it’s too frozen (maybe like it has freezer burn). It’s also pretty depressing inside, weird decor and cold. If you want a smoothie, Jamba Juice is better.

Pros: Fruit forward healthy options

Cons: Depressing, Not very good


Points +39

08 Jun 2019

Yummy vegan snack/meal options

I go here whenever it’s a hot day and I want a nice snack/meal. The bowls are pretty filling. Make sure to ask for no honey or pollen. All the ingredients are listed on the menu, so it’s easy to customize. Most of the bowls can easily be made vegan.

Pros: Cold filling snack, Lots of options


Points +301

08 Feb 2019

smoothie bowls

It’s not vegan but it’s has some great vegan junk food options. They have started serving meat products and posting pictures of them on the walls. The bowls are more or less vegan fro-yo with cereal on top. They do serve a disturbing bee product called bee pollen. I’ll let you look up the ethics of that. They also put honey on most things so you need to tell them not to add it.

Pros: Posted nutrition , Friendly staff

Cons: Pictures of meat on the walls , Meat in the kitchen, They serve honey and bee pollin

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