Everbowl will open a second DFW-area location at 2704 Cross Timbers Rd in Flower Mound. The location is part of Flower Mound Towne Crossing, a shopping center featuring a variety of health, dining, and retail options such as MOOYAH Burgers, Floyd’s 99 Barbershop and Baskin-Robbins.
The forthcoming health-focused eatery will occupy suite 117, a 992-square-foot space. It is expected to open by the end of the year or early 2022.
Founded in 2016 in San Diego by Jeff Fenster, Everbowl encourages guests to “eat positively” with multi base layered “craft your own whatever” superfood bowls. Base options include acai, pitaya, chia pudding, matcha, coco love, and blue majic. that is then topped with fresh fruit, nuts, and seeds.
“We believe the key to life is motion — and the key to motion is food. Well, superfood to be more precise,” a statement on the brand’s website reads. “Made by nature, it’s loaded with stuff that tastes amazing and is actually good for you! We craft superfood so we can ‘unevolve,’ which is our way of saying: to live and eat the way we were meant to — living actively and eating stuff that’s been around forever.”
The brand also offers craft superfood infused coffee, Superfuel, that can be ordered iced or hot. Blends include Acai Boost, Acai Rise, and Acai Shine.
Everbowl currently has one other Texas location in Dallas at 200 Crescent Ct which opened earlier this year. According to the brand’s website, the first Everbowl food truck is being planned for Houston on Montrose Blvd in the parking lot of Mekanix Calisthenics Gym.
The Lone Star State can, however, expect a lot more Everbowls to start popping up. In September, the brand signed a 50-unit development deal with Sloan Capital to expand within the state.
“We’ve been kind of eyeing the state,” Fenster said at the time, “but I didn’t want to penetrate Texas with just one store.”
According to the Franchise Times, leases have been signed for two additional locations in Dallas which are expected to open early next year. Plans are also in the works to open Everbowl locations in cities outside of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex.
According to Sloan Capital CEO, Justin Sloan, “Austin will probably be next,” followed by San Antonio and Houston.
The majority of Everbowls are in California. But the brand also has locations in Arizona, Florida, Missouri, Nevada, Oregon, Tennessee and Utah with more locations being planned.