Choose Between Two Options
- $6 for $12 worth of blended frozen fruit bowls and smoothies
- $10 for two $10 vouchers toward blended frozen fruit bowls and smoothies
The $10 vouchers must be used over two visits, or they can be combined toward a bill of $28 or more.
Acai bowls—a mix of blended frozen acai and other fruits topped with granola and sliced fresh fruits—start at $4.25 for a small, and come in flavors like strawberry passion and chocolate coconut. Smoothies come in flavors such as mango passion, extreme green, and chocolate peanut butter, starting at $3.75 for a kids size. See the full menu here.
When Brad and Marcy Olsen opened Thrive! back in 2011, they envisioned a space that would focus on all aspects of healthy living—somewhere you could eat healthy foods and minimally processed supplements amid an active community of like-minded health professionals and businesses.
Acai—dark purple berries that are rich in antioxidants—are the foundation of Thrive's main product, acai bowls. Each bowl contains a blend of frozen acai and other antioxidant-rich fruits, topped with granola and fresh fruit with a drizzle of honey. But what the bowls don’t contain is equally important: All acai bowls are dairy-free, soy-free, and can be made without gluten or added sugars. Thrive also promotes healthy living with its selection of whole-food supplements. These can help raise the body’s antioxidant levels, which in turn may slow down the damage of cells by free radicals.
97% of 352 customers recommend
“Loved the Acai bowls. They had so many selections from which to chose. The wait was a bit longer than I expected but it was worth it. I will be back:)”
“I love the food - fresh fruit, granola and honey on a blend of acai sherbert and other fruits. But, you have to be patient because it takes a while and the staff...”
“I love the food - fresh fruit, granola and honey on a blend of acai sherbert and other fruits. But, you have to be patient because it takes a while and the staff tends to ask multiple times about the order - good that they get it right, but it is just a bit inefficient.”