BY Marinij – California-born superfood café chain Vitality Bowls is furthering its commitment to “bringing health and wellness to every community across the country” with its second Marin location in just two months.
Mill Valley resident Henry Kim opened his first franchise location on East Blithedale Avenue in Mill Valley in August and earlier this month, debuted the second in the Marin Gateway Shopping Center in Marin City.
“We believe in Vitality Bowls’ mission of encouraging everyone to live healthy and active lifestyles,” says Kim, who most recently spent 10 years as a community organizer.
The fast-casual café offers a variety of made-to-order antioxidant-rich açaí bowls, nutrient-dense smoothies and fresh raw juices. All açaí bowls and smoothies are made without ingredient fillers like ice, frozen yogurt or artificial preservatives.
House-made meat and vegetable panini sandwiches; spinach and kale salads; and a soup of the day are also on the menu, and organic kombucha and cold-brew coffee are on tap.
A kids menu offers a bowl, smoothie and grilled cheese sandwich.
The brand was founded in 2011 by San Ramon couple Roy and Tara Gilad, who were motivated to find healthy and safe food alternatives to address their daughter’s severe allergies.
Since then, it has expanded to 36 cafés in California and more than 135 nationwide.
Get your superfood fix at 100 Donahue St., suite 160 F, in Marin City from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. To find out more, go to vitalitybowls.com/locations/sausalito or call 415-729-9795.