BY DIABLO MAGAZINE – The wait is almost over: Vitality Bowls is opening tomorrow on First Street in Livermore. The latest franchise location will be the second for siblings Vik and Ameet Seth, who have already have a café in Brentwood.
Vitality Bowls offers a nutritious, antioxidant-rich menu that features various breakfast, lunch, and dinner items, but the restaurant chain is most famous for its açaí bowls topped with superfoods. The café also offers fresh juices and made-to-order soups, salads, and panini.
The Livermore location will be the 27th Vitality Bowls in California, joining the other East Bay locales in Danville, Dublin, Lafayette, Pleasant Hill, Pleasanton, San Ramon, and Walnut Creek.
Needless to say, there are plenty of opportunities to check out the delicious Vitality Bowl offerings.
BY FLORIDA TIMES-UNION – Jacksonville Beach will be home to Vitality Bowls, a California-based franchise that offers a selection of acai, breakfast and dessert bowls, in July.
The acai berry bowls are topped with organic granola and customers can choose from an array of toppings including fruit, honey and chia seeds.
Jacksonville native Amy Sears and her husband, Donnie, are scheduled to open Vitality Bowls on July 6 at North Beach Plaza at 1516 3rd St. N. in Jacksonville Beach.
The 1,100-square-foot location will feature 12 seats inside and additional seating outdoors.
Vitality Bowls is expected to have nearly 50 locations throughout nine states by the end of the year.
For more information about Vitality Bowls, visit www.vitalitybowls.com.
BY FLORIDA TIMES-UNION – Jacksonville natives Amy Sears and her husband, Donnie, are bringing California-based Vitality Bowls to Jacksonville Beach this July.
“We loved the idea of bringing something fresh and healthy to our town,” Sears said. “We’re such a fitness and nutrition-oriented community and we needed more places to get fresh, healthy food options that are fast and casual.”
The 1,100-square-foot location will open on July 6 at North Beach Plaza at 1516 3rd St. N. in Jacksonville Beach.
Vitality Bowls, which will have nearly 50 locations throughout nine states by the end of the year, offers a selection of açaí, breakfast and dessert bowls.
The açaí berry bowls are topped with organic granola, and customers can choose from toppings that include fruit, honey, chia seeds and more.
Sears, a stay-at-home mother, said she and her husband were looking for a new venture now that their two children are teenagers when Donnie discovered Vitality Bowls while visiting California.
“My husband was raised at the beach, my kids went to elementary school there and my in-laws still live there, so we have a rich connection to the community,” she said. “… We’re also located across the street from Native Sun, near several hotels and close to Fletcher High School so we’ll offer another great lunch option for students.”
For more information about Vitality Bowls, visit vitalitybowls.com.