Sweetberry Bowls Opens Its Newest Location

How Sweetberry It Is

Continuing its expansion on Saturday, June 16, the latest location of Sweetberry Bowls calls Jersey City home.

Sweetberry Bowls, Lessly Delcid, Jersey City, Jersey Bites
From left: Kevin O’Toole, Jersey City Mayor Steve Folup, and Anthony Spagnola.

Aside from tasty açai, pitaya, green, and coconut bowls offered in other açai chains, Sweetberry Bowls, which has six stores already in New Jersey and one in Florida, locals can look to Sweetberry for their morning pick-me-up, as the location also offers oatmeal and coffee. The BYOB (Build Your Own Bowl) is yet another way to go: guests can create a mixed-and-matched masterpiece made up of their favorite bases and toppings.

Three dedicated team members make this location possible: Kevin O’Toole, Anthony Spagnola, and Desi Saran. O’Toole has spent the past 12 years of his life in the Hoboken/Jersey City area. “We are looking forward to bringing a new vibe to downtown Jersey City,” he said. Spagnola, a chef who created a number of the brand’s custom salads, runs the new location. Saran (not pictured) is the creator of Sweetberry Bowls and has expanded the company and its chains. Looking to the future, the team plans to have Sweetberry more fully integrated into the Jersey City community by participating in local farmers markets and festivals.

The store opens its doors at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 16, and celebrates by offering a free bowl of choice to the first 50 customers.

Sweetberry Bowls
179 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, NJ

Photos are courtesy of Sweetberry Bowls.

Sweetberry Bowls, Lessly Delcid, Jersey City, Jersey Bites

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