The Springfield Acai Bowl just lately opened at 230 E. Republic Street.
House owners Man and Teresa Keehner had the concept to open the Springfield Acai Bowl after they retired and had been stunned to see clients coming by the door the primary day.
“It is simply been phenomenal, the help from the group and the realm. It simply amazes me. I can not consider how good the folks listed here are,” Man Keehner stated.
Springfield Acai Bowl is a wholesome meals idea. An acai bowl is constituted of acai berries and extra fruit, then topped with elements like nuts, seeds, and granola. One of many favorites is the Aruba, which incorporates strawberry, banana, granola and peanut butter. One other favourite is the Rio which incorporates blueberries, bananas, strawberries, coconut, chia seeds, granola, honey or peanut butter.
“I would like folks to stroll in and really feel like they’re on trip, I would like them to stroll away feeling like ‘Wow,'” Man Keehner stated.
Whenever you enter this brightly coloured restaurant, you will discover a seashore theme, with the homeowners wearing Hawaiian shirts.
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The Keehners are from Memphis however just lately moved to Springfield after retiring. After transferring to Springfield final 12 months, the Keehners believed that Springfield was lacking the acai bowl idea.
Man Keehner instructed the Information-Chief that he could not dream his enterprise would begin off so properly, saying that even on the primary day they had been so busy that the proprietor of Canna Bliss, who’s subsequent door, needed to come assist.
Springfield Acai Bowl is open Tuesday by Friday from 6 a.m. to six p.m., Saturday from eight a.m. to 2 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Ralph Inexperienced is a enterprise reporter for the Springfield Information-Chief. Contact him at RAGreen@gannett.com, by cellphone: (417-536-4061), or on Twitter at RalphGreenNL