Grain & Berry to open smoothie bowl shops in Carrollwood, South Tampa & New Tampa


Grain & Berry’s smoothie bowls are kind of our go-to meal right now. Kiwi and pineapple and strawberries with granola and almond butter floating above a thick pool of vibrant pitaya, what could be better? Not much.

Thankfully Tampa’s number one spot for smoothie bowls and banana splits is expanding, so we can get out fix basically anywhere in the Tampa Bay region.

Three new locations planned in the region

The concept featuring not only smoothie bowls but fresh juices, avocado toast, banana bowls and yogurt parfaits, started back in the summer of 2017.

Since its launch, Grain & Berry has opened four locations, two of which are in the city of Tampa:

They plan to open three more in Tampa Bay over the course of the next year. The soon to open locations are:

What to order when you visit 

You can’t go wrong with the Dragon Berry Pitaya Bowl. This cauldron of sweetness is filled with pitaya, organic granola, banana, blueberries, strawberries, peanut butter, Nutella, and coconut flakes. The base of the treat includes a blend of coconut and pineapple, too.

Quench your thirst with a Green Whisperer smoothie. This vitamin booster is loaded with almond milk, kale, mango, ginger, agave pineapple.

Or achieve that summer glow early with a fresh juice made from carrot, ginger and turmeric.

The yogurt banana split is a must try

The dish you should not leave Grain & Berry without trying is the yogurt banana split. A banana is sliced open and filled yogurt, granola and your choice of fruit and sweet toppings.

It’s an indulgence for sure, but one you can feel good about.

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