Rush Bowls Signs Mockingbird Station Lease
A Boulder, Colorado meal-to-go franchise is going to get Texans to eat more fruits and vegetables whether they like it or not – they hope we like it.
Rush Bowls is expanding its Lone Star state debut with three storefronts in the Dallas Fort Worth area, including a 1,036 square-foot shop at Mockingbird Station.
“The DFW market is rich with opportunity to share Rush Bowls’ mission and delicious meals,” said Andrew Pudalov, founder, and CEO of the brand. “We are thrilled to be entering the market with not one, but three stores by the end of 2018. We have gained national attention for our handcrafted meals, and we are excited to see the same acclaim in the Dallas and Fort Worth area.”
The concept of Rush Bowls is pretty simple. It’s basically a smoothie in a bowl – think Acai 2.0 – crafted from the finest fruits and vegetables, topped with organic granola and honey, and blended with protein, vitamins and other nutritious ingredients.
Customers can choose from over 40 signature bowls or all-natural smoothies made with fruit and vegetable bases, including acai, kale, and avocado.
One option even includes a massive scoop of fresh peanut butter, along with house-made jelly (Ummm yum!).
“Our number one priority is 100 percent all-natural nutrition, which makes Rush Bowls different from other grab-and-go concepts,” Pudalov added. “Our meals are crafted from the finest fruits and vegetables, we hand-grind our own peanut butter and make our jam in-house; we do this to ensure the highest quality and taste for our customers.”
Dietary restrictions also aren’t a problem at Rush Bowls, which in addition to being free from artificial sweeteners, additives, preservatives, and MSG, also can be made vegetarian, vegan, wheat-free, nut-free, soy-free, and dairy-free.
The Mockingbird Station and Flower Mound locations are expected to open at the end of summer, August or September, most likely.
A Keller location will follow this fall.