Coloradans are often earnest health trend followers and creators, especially when it comes to quick, tasty nourishment (looking at you, Bobo’s Oat Bars). It’s no surprise, then, that more than a dozen restaurants built in the Centennial state prominently feature smoothie bowls on their menus.
The kid-friendly bowls include ingredients like acai, banana, chia, nut butters, and greens. Some even boast dragon fruit or spirulina (blue-green algae understood for brain health benefits). Families in need of a cooling summer treat—with added fiber, vitamins, and minerals—can snag a PB&J-inspired, leafy green-packed, or bright blue tropical smoothie bowl.
If added sugars are a concern, ask to see a list of bowl ingredients (added sugars may be called Turbinado); or consider having the kids split a bowl if the portions are quite large.
Find a Bowl:
- Rush Bowls – Denver, Boulder, and Broomfield
- Whole Sol – Denver and Boulder
- Prosper Eats – Denver
- Kale Me Crazy – Denver
- Whole Nectar – Denver
- The Corner Beet – Denver
- Superfruit Republic – Denver and Westminster
- Green Collective Eatery – Denver
- Coco Loco – Aurora
- RORO Juice – Centennial
- Vibe Foods – Littleton, Lone Tree, and Parker
- Kona Bowls – Golden
- Inta Juice – Arvada, Elizabeth, Estes Park, Greeley, Longmont, Loveland, Parker, and Windsor
- Berry Blendz – Brighton, Castle Rock, Fort Collins, Greeley, Lone Tree, Parker, Thornton
- Kiki’s Fresh Bowls – Evergreen
- Ola Juice Bar – Colorado Springs