Vitality Bowls opens new location in Plano

Vitality Bowls opens new location in Plano

Plano manager Mike Crews said Vitality Bowls’ Dragon Bowl is one of the most popular items on the menu. The bowl features mango juice, coconut milk, bananas, pineapple and other ingredients. (Courtesy Mike Crews)

By Community Impact Newspaper – Vitality Bowls opened a new Plano location June 26 at 2100 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 132. Known for its health-oriented bowls, the restaurant also serves smoothies, juices, paninis, soups and salads. The company has locations in 19 states, including three Dallas-Fort Worth locations. 469-969-0088. VitalityBowls.com.

Vitality Bowls – Red, White and Blueberry

Vitality Bowls – Red, White and Blueberry

By Nation’s Restaurant News – Açaí, strawberries, bananas, raspberries and almond milk blended together and topped with granola, strawberries, blueberries coconut flakes and honey, $12.99-$14.99 in a bowl, $7,99-$8.49 as a smoothie.

Availability: Through July

Vitality Bowls Opens In Fremont

As other restaurants struggle to stay open amidst coronavirus, Vitality Bowls just opened a new location in Fremont.

By Patch.com — If you’re looking for a summer treat, have you given Vitality Bowls a try? The business opened its doors in Fremont on June 19.

Vitality Bowls specializes in acai bowls, a blend of the antioxidant-rich acai berry, topped with a variety of superfoods. The owners are Vi Pham and Scott Bui.

“Our goal in opening Vitality Bowls is to make it a place the community can be proud of,” said Bui. “We were moved by the dedication and support we saw from local residents and healthcare professionals at Washington Hospital and Kaiser Permanente to keep Fremont safe during COVID-19.”

The new cafe is in Gateway Plaza near Raley’s Supermarket, at 39258 Paseo Padre Parkway.

Vitality Bowls was founded right here in the East Bay in 2011, in San Ramon. The Fremont location is the 38th Vitality Bowls cafe in California, and there’s close to 140 locations open or in development nationwide.

“We look forward to seeing Vi and Scott grow their business in Fremont and share the Vitality Bowls message with the community,” said Tara Gilad, founder and owner of Vitality Bowls. “As health and safety remain a top priority, community members will be able to enjoy a nutritious meal that they can feel good about, while also supporting a local business.”

Pham and Bui plan to open more Vitality Bowls in the area.

The Vitality Bowls menu features fresh juices, smoothies, soups, panini and salads in addition to the namesake bowls, all available while maintaining social distancing and safety practices, through mobile ordering, takeout, and curbside pickup.

Vitality Bowls Makes Restaurant Business’s Future 50 List

Vitality Bowls Makes Restaurant Business’s Future 50 List

By Restaurant Business – Vitality Bowls was started out of a small shop in 2011 by Roy and Tara Gilad, who wanted a healthy concept that was safe for people with allergies. It evolved into a superfood bowl concept with a menu of bowls featuring better-for-you ingredients such as acai berry and graviola. The chain plans to continue its aggressive growth.

LocationSan Ramon, Calif.
2019 Systemwide Sales ($000,000)$37*
YOY Sales Change30.1%
2019 U.S. Units77
YOY Unit Change24.2%
2019 Average Unit Volume ($000)$535*
Future 50 Year2020
FranchisingYes