WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — A new smoothie bowl restaurant has opened in Warner Robins and is the perfect place to grab a healthy treat.
Essential Bowls has only been open for little while, but they are already making a “smooth” transition into the Central Georgia food sphere.
They offer healthy dining options like smoothies, acai bowls, chicken salad sandwiches, Boba tea, and more.
Vincent Clayton owns the place with his wife, and says that they welcome all to come try their food and want to create an environment welcoming for all based on their own experience.
“When we build our models and what we do for our customers, we look at “when we go into a place, what would we like? How would we like to feel, what options would we like?” and that’s what we do," he said. "If it takes a little bit more training, that’s what we do. We’re here for the customers. Its not about us,"
The eatery has several options for customers, and even allows for customers to make changes or substitutions to the bowls they choose.
Clayton said that the amount of choices they give is part of the reason why they stand apart from the rest of the market.
"What makes us unique and what makes customers love us is the different options they have in here," he said.
In addition to the many options, they also have fan favorites, such as the "Baywatch Bowl."
It was even recommended by Clayton, along with the oatmeal bowls on the menu.
He say that healthy eating and having vegan options are important, as it is a market that is often overlooked in Central Georgia.
A large portion of the menu is vegan and organic, which makes it a place easily accessible for anyone to eat at, no matter your diet.
You can also make any necessary changes to any of the bowls to fit any dietary restrictions.
So, if you want to stop in and see the bowls for yourself and maybe even grab a bite to eat, the store is open every day of the week.
Essential Bowls is located at 115 Margie Drive in Warner Robins, and is open Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
However, if you're running a little bit late or even show up right on the dot, Clayton says they will still love to serve you.
"We don't cut that sign off 2 minutes early, so if you pull up in that parking lot at 7 - we're letting you in. That's just how it works here."
The family owned restaurant will go above and beyond to create an experience that is not only healthy for your stomach, but for your soul as well.
It is clear that they want to make their customers feel welcome and serve the community well.
As Clayton would say, "Essentially, Essential Bowls is good for your health."
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