The Best Acai Bowls in Downtown & Brickell
In our never-ending quest for the best acai bowl’s in Miami, these bowls definitely shine! Whether you’re looking for a refreshing start to your day or a perfectly healthy afternoon snack, check out these locations in the downtown and Brickell area for acai bowls that nourish and satisfy.
The Juice Spot
1800 SW 1st Avenue, #104, Miami, FL 33129
Chef B’s Acai Bowl
Offering a complete menu of raw, unpasteurized, cold-pressed juices, the Juice Spot is an oasis of superfood selections, including a fully personalized juice cleanse menu that can be tailored to your individual lifestyle. In addition to a thoroughly comprehensive juice menu, the Juice Spot offers wholesome and satisfying bowls made with ingredients like gluten free oats, raw cacao, maca, and coconut meat. Chef B’s Acai Bowl is a unique take on a classic favorite, featuring a rich acai base topped with granola and banana. But it’s the homemade mango and pineapple purée, a delectable fusion of tropical fruits, that sets this bowl apart and keeps us coming back for more.
142 NE 3rd Avenue, Miami, FL 33132
PB Acai Bowl
This downtown juice and coffee bar offers a complete menu of power breakfast options, including fresh pressed juices, smoothies, pastries, and Peruvian empanadas. But we love their complete menu of acai power bowls, including options like the Pineapple Acai Bowl and the Coco Acai Bowl. Their PB Acai Bowl feels like a real, wholesome treat though, with a vibrant purple purée blending acai, banana, peanut butter, omega-3, and apple juice. Finished with crunchy hemp granola, fresh banana slices, and raw cacao nibs, this acai bowl proves that you can never go wrong with a little peanut butter.
52 SW 10th Street, Space B, Miami, FL 33130
This Brickell-based cafe redefines the concept of power lunch with a menu of light and energizing wraps, salads, and smoothies to help power you through a busy workday. Their Acai Bowl starts with a base of acai and banana, but you’re welcome to make it your own with add-ins including whey protein, flax seed, bee pollen, almond butter, and more. Topped with fresh seasonal fruit and crave-worthy granola, this is a classic bowl with tons of possibilities. And if you still can’t get enough acai, feel free to pair your bowl with a Fountain of Youth smoothie, a tropical refresher including acai, blueberries, strawberries, mango, and agave.
299 SE 3rd Street, Miami, FL 33137 (Whole Foods Market)
With locations throughout the city (and now in Fort Lauderdale), you’re never far from a healthy pick-me-up courtesy of the team at Jugofresh. The downtown Whole Foods outpost, however, is a little special – Jugofresh’s mash-up bar allows you to create your own fresh bowls with ingredients like probiotic coconut yogurt, cinnamon buckwheat granola, vanilla chia pudding, and lemon cashew cream. Still, we’re aways in it for the acai and the Acai Verde bowl is the perfect way to sneak an extra serving of greens into your day. Blending acai, banana, kale, spirulina, and raw honey, this bowl is finished off with more green to match, in the form of a unique kale-cacao granola. Add in some fresh seasonal fruit and coconut flake and you’ve got an irresistible superfoods pair-up.
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