They serve acai (pronounced ah-sigh-ee) bowls, smoothies, juices, and power up ‘shots’.
By the way, I absolutely love how they serve gluten free granola. As a person with a recent wheat allergy, it’s good knowing there are still healthy eat out options for me even though I can’t eat flour/wheat.
Rae and I split a These Nuts Acai Bowl (reg $9.60 US) composed of a smoothie on the bottom that is blended with acai, strawberry, banana, and almond milk. The toppings include one planet gluten free granola, banana, hemp seed, bee pollen, honey, sliced almond, and peanut butter.
Oh my god it was sooooo good! It was totally a refreshing and healthy way to start our day. It was so delicious, we tried experimenting with our own version of acai bowls at home after our vacay.
Next to the Bowl’d Acai food truck was a Blue Bottle Coffee stand. The area was quite industrial and just a little side street but there was already a lineup forming in front of the stand. Most people got the New Orleans Iced Coffee ($4 US) which was what we got too. The coffee was drip so it took a little while, but it was definitely worth the wait. It was so smooth, so creamy. I want one now just thinking about it.
Blue Bottle Coffee also serves freshly made waffles. Rae and I got one to share and thought it was only okay. The batter was too cake-like and dense for the morning. Also it was a little greasy so it didn’t stay well in our stomachs.
Blue Bottle Coffee:
Food Rating: 4/5
Overall Rating: 4/5
Food Rating: 4.5/5
Overall Rating: 4.5/5