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Here's Where to Find the Best Açaí Bowls in Miami

Perhaps with açaid of cold-pressed juice?

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Look to get an açaí fix? Here are nine places in Miami where the refreshing bowl is on top of the menu, plus other things to order on the side because healthy cuisine can be delicious — and sometimes too hard to pass up.

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Raw South Juice Co

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If you're into colorful, picture-worthy and mesmerizing food too pretty to eat, Raw South Juice is a good time. The organic juice bar serves more than just some of the best açaí bowls in the city, though. They've got overnight oats, smoothies and soups, all ready for a photo shoot.

Under the Mango Tree

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Juice bars aren't really juice bars is every dish isn't impeccably prepared. Under the Mango Tree is the archetype of this. It's a quaint place that just seems like a dream, a dream where you can order six varieties of açaí bowls and just stare at them.

Roots Juicebar

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Roots is quite a rookie in the juice bar world, but it's already keeping up with all the big names. Rooted in the heart of Kendall, it's setting the bar high for sustainable and healthy options in the city that doesn't have many.

Organic Bites

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"Once upon a time, all food was organic," that's Organic Bites' mantra, and it surely abides by it. OB takes us back to the days when people ate locally sourced, pesticide free food that grew naturally with little interruption.

Pura Vida Cafe

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"Pura Vida" means pure life, because that's what just about anything on the sixteen-part menu tastes like. The açaí bowls can be enhanced with anything from fat burners, to goji berries, to protein powder and even bee pollen.
Health forward restaurants are on the rise and DIRT is ahead of the pack. It's only been open a few months, but there's already a lot of buzz around its quinoa and veggie bowls, cold-pressed juices and sandwiches, all delivered in true farm-to-counter fashion.

Delirio Fresh CO.

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Delirio is a pleasant surprise hidden in an unassuming strip mall in Doral. Sure it serves all the traditional healthy options like gluten-free pancakes, vegan paninis, healthy pizzas, fruit bowls and juices, but what really sets Delirio apart from the rest is the quinoa wheat arepas, served nine different ways and found nowhere else.

Green Life Organic Bistro

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Green Life's only freezer is used to maintain its exotic berries like açaí and pitaya, but every other bit of produce is shipped to the restaurant daily. Even the furniture is sustainable, it's either recycled, reclaimed or donated. Green Life perpetuates the green life through practice and some of the freshest ingredients ever.

Raw Republic Micro Juicery

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If you're joining the republic of raw, you must enter with an open mind, for you will hear "juice" and "cleanse" a whole lot. But fear not, Raw Republic is fit to walk you through the entire process of balancing your pH levels with delicious drinks. Once you've reset your body, there are seven açaí bowls to choose from, all prepared with almond milk, to not upset the stomach you just spent days rejuvenating.

Raw South Juice Co

If you're into colorful, picture-worthy and mesmerizing food too pretty to eat, Raw South Juice is a good time. The organic juice bar serves more than just some of the best açaí bowls in the city, though. They've got overnight oats, smoothies and soups, all ready for a photo shoot.

Under the Mango Tree

Juice bars aren't really juice bars is every dish isn't impeccably prepared. Under the Mango Tree is the archetype of this. It's a quaint place that just seems like a dream, a dream where you can order six varieties of açaí bowls and just stare at them.

Roots Juicebar

Roots is quite a rookie in the juice bar world, but it's already keeping up with all the big names. Rooted in the heart of Kendall, it's setting the bar high for sustainable and healthy options in the city that doesn't have many.

Organic Bites

"Once upon a time, all food was organic," that's Organic Bites' mantra, and it surely abides by it. OB takes us back to the days when people ate locally sourced, pesticide free food that grew naturally with little interruption.

Pura Vida Cafe

"Pura Vida" means pure life, because that's what just about anything on the sixteen-part menu tastes like. The açaí bowls can be enhanced with anything from fat burners, to goji berries, to protein powder and even bee pollen.

DIRT

Health forward restaurants are on the rise and DIRT is ahead of the pack. It's only been open a few months, but there's already a lot of buzz around its quinoa and veggie bowls, cold-pressed juices and sandwiches, all delivered in true farm-to-counter fashion.

Delirio Fresh CO.

Delirio is a pleasant surprise hidden in an unassuming strip mall in Doral. Sure it serves all the traditional healthy options like gluten-free pancakes, vegan paninis, healthy pizzas, fruit bowls and juices, but what really sets Delirio apart from the rest is the quinoa wheat arepas, served nine different ways and found nowhere else.

Green Life Organic Bistro

Green Life's only freezer is used to maintain its exotic berries like açaí and pitaya, but every other bit of produce is shipped to the restaurant daily. Even the furniture is sustainable, it's either recycled, reclaimed or donated. Green Life perpetuates the green life through practice and some of the freshest ingredients ever.

Raw Republic Micro Juicery

If you're joining the republic of raw, you must enter with an open mind, for you will hear "juice" and "cleanse" a whole lot. But fear not, Raw Republic is fit to walk you through the entire process of balancing your pH levels with delicious drinks. Once you've reset your body, there are seven açaí bowls to choose from, all prepared with almond milk, to not upset the stomach you just spent days rejuvenating.

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