L.A.'s 7 Best Acai Bowls — Eat 'Em Up!

Us Angelenos are always looking for the next best health fix when it comes to our food and the Acai Bowl is starting to gather quite the fan following. Not only is this super-berry super delicious, it's one antioxidant packed wonder that's receiving positive claims of tackling weightloss, promoting anti-aging and lowering the risk of certain diseases. Hello triple threat!
Whether you're looking to fuel up post workout or just grab a quick pick-me-up snack, we've located 7 of the best acai bowls around town all sure to send you to a tropical (and nutritious) paradise of taste!
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Juice Crafters, $8.95

Juice Crafters has got you covered on all sorts of rejuvenating remedies, but the spot's acai bowl is not to be skipped. The summery saucer is a beaut with scoops of blended acai surrounded by rings of strawberries and bananas, then topped with almond granola and guarana. Take a power shot of E3 Live while waiting and get focused on the deliciousness ahead.

Juice Crafters, 11682 San Vicente Boulevard (between Barrington and Darlington Avenues); 424-442-0555.

Photographed by Phoebe Chuason
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Liquid, $9

We love options and Liquid has four bodacious bowls to choose from. For those looking to add a little green goodness to their routine, we suggest trying The Chronic Bowl. Acai berries are blended with kale and hemp oil, then generously topped with granola and fresh fruit. The bowl is massive and will undoubtedly curb munchies of any proportion.

Liquid, 8180 Melrose Avenue (between La Jolla Avenue and Kilkea Drive); 310-392-5768.

Photographed by Phoebe Chuason
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Earth Bar, $9.95

Acai blends vary around town, but we sure love Earth Bar’s mix, which includes banana and hemp milk. This organic and non-gmo masterpiece is also topped with gluten-free granola, rounding up one dietary dynamo that is perfectly delish. Get crazy and add on some shredded coconut, goji berries…or (shhhhhhh!) coco nibs. We won’t tell, promise.

Earth Bar, 444 South Flower Street (at 5th Street); 213-995-5954.

Photographed by Phoebe Chuason
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FEED Body & Soul, $6

With a motto of “Eating well can be a daily indulgence,” you best believe FEED is setting the bar high. Grab a set on the back patio after a post-beach romp and get ready to grub on one gorgeous acai swirl accessorized with a variety of farmer’s market fresh fruit and raw agave. Consider us indulged.

FEED Body & Soul, 1239 Abbot Kinney Boulevard (at Santa Clara Avenue); 310-450-5550.

Photograph Courtesy of Dan Cox PR
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Real Food Daily, $9.95

Real Food Daily has been whipping up some mega-wholesome options for years. The weekend addition of acai bowls has given us extra reason to skip on those brunch pancakes and nosh on this healthy heap without guilt. Did we mention it’s bananas?! No really…

Real Food Daily, various locations; 310-289-9910.

Photographed by Phoebe Chuason
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The RockBerry Truck, $8.50

So many trucks. So many unhealthy options. Sometimes we just want a quick, light, and body-beneficial meal on the go. Not only does The RockBerry Truck specialize in the acai bowl…they have EIGHT different kinds for you to scarf down on. Rough night? You might want to head straight for the Recovery Bowl and get right with the world again STAT.

The RockBerry Truck, check website for weekly locations; 310-926-0061.

Photographed by Phoebe Chuason
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Flake, $6.50

Flake is one cheerful little beach shack serving a nutritious heavy-hitting bowl, boasting organic and non-gmo ingredients as well as a house-made vegan hemp granola. Make this a ritual pit stop on your morning dog walk and park Fido at the canine bar while satisfying your breakkie needs on the quick.

Flake, 513 Rose Avenue (At Rennie Avenue); 310-396-2333.

Photographed by Phoebe Chuason