Vancouver is facing a scorching summer ahead with loads of sunshine, and there is no better way to cool down the heat than to devour a fruity açai bowl.
The bowl is a yummy, traditional Brazilian dish made of frozen and mashed açai palm fruit. It often comes in many flavours with a variety of toppings available.
The bowl has become popular in recent years in Vancouver, as us Canucks love a yummy bowl that is healthy and aesthetically pleasing.
For your next açai bowl hunt, here are 12 places to get a great açai bowl in Metro Vancouver.
Aloha Bowls offers customers a taste of Hawaii. The food truck serves Açai bowls, smoothies, and Hawaiian coffee. There are also breakfast and lunch options available, made from local and organic ingredients.
Address: Check the Street Food App to see where the truck is today
Their açai bowls are amazing and priced at only $9 per bowl. They also offer various toppings for you to choose from, including ingredients such as bananas, berries, strawberries, coconut, and granola.
Address: 857 Hornby Street, Vancouver
Address: 562 West Broadway, Vancouver
Address: 1637 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
Body Energy Club is a great shop if you are looking for supplements and vitamins. They have amazing protein smoothies and açai bowls, and the portions are also large. They also have healthy food prepped and ready to go for lunch or dinner.
Address: 746 Davie Street, Vancouver
Address: 428 Robson Street, Vancouver
Address: 2146 W Broadway, Vancouver
Address: 126 W Hastings Street
Address: 555 W 12th Avenue, Vancouver
Address: 1131 West Georgia Street, Vancouver
Address: 240 – 7155 Kingsway, Burnaby
Address: 106 – 2635 Barnet Highway, Coquitlam
Glory Juice is Vancouver’s first juice bar specializing in bottles of organic cold-pressed juice and nut milk. It offers four different flavours of açai bowls, featuring a variety of fruits and greens.
Address: 2186 West 4 Avenue, Vancouver
Address: 78 East 2 Avenue, Vancouver
Address: 100 – 1066 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
Address: 437 Davie Street, Vancouver
The Juice Truck is Vancouver’s first and original cold-pressed juice company. Its açai smoothie bowl includes coconut, açai, blueberries, avocado, and loads of toppings. If you’re not feeling like getting an açai bowl, you should try the juice cleanse.
Address: 28 W 5 Avenue, Vancouver
Address: 1022 Mainland Avenue, Vancouver
Radicle Juice’s goal is to get people of every age together over delicious juice, smoothies, and açai bowls. It offers six kinds of açai bowls, and the store promises to only use raw ingredients of the highest quality.
Address: 3088 Main Street, Vancouver
The Juicery provides organic cold-pressed juices and açai bowls packed with all the vital nutrients required to sustain a healthy lifestyle. The shop also delivers throughout the Metro Vancouver area.
Address: 4236 Main Street, Vancouver
Address: 3130 Highland Boulevard, North Vancouver
Address: 254 East 1, North Vancouver
Buddha-Full is the first organic, raw vegan, and gluten-free café on the North Shore. Its mouth-watering açai bowl includes toppings like apple, banana, and coconut. When you’re not in the mood for an açai bowl, the Buddha bowl there is pretty phenomenal as well.
Address: 106 West 1 Street, North Vancouver
This popular location in West Vancouver serves poké bowls, açai bowls, raw juice, and smoothies. It offers three kinds of açai bowls, as well as a pitaya bowl and a green bowl. The bowls will make it easier for you to pretend like you’re vacationing in a tropical land.
Address: 1520 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
Indigo Age Café’s mission is to make at least one person per day realize that the same food choices that give you the healthiest body are also the most earth-friendly. The place specializes in smoothies, quality juices, as well as yogurt and açai bowls.
Address: 436 Richards Street, Vancouver
The staff members at Hey Kokomo are on a pursuit to bring the energy and earth of summer to your daily life through fresh, nourishing, and plant-based bowls. The restaurant has eight different plant-based bowls, and its menu also evolves weekly.
Address: 611 Gore Avenue, Vancouver
Address: 2028 Vine Street, Vancouver
The café has a small menu that consists of sandwiches, soups, and baked goods, and it also carries a decent selection of smoothies and plant-based bowls. As a bonus, every corner of this café is Instagram worthy.
Address: 2839 West Broadway, Vancouver