Playa Bowls offers a healthy alternative to fast food • Coral Springs Talk

New restaurant alert: Playa bowls offer a healthy alternative to fast food

Courtesy of Playa Bowls Delray

By Agrippina Fadel

A new restaurant in Coral Springs hopes to provide residents with a healthy and vibrant alternative to fast food.

Opening scheduled for mid-July at 3111 North University Drive, Playa Bowls is part of a national chain.

Co-owners Ricardo Arguello and Darrell Casoria already own two Playa Bowls in Davie and Delray Beach and are excited to open a business in Coral Springs and be part of the community.

A 2004 JP Taravella graduate, Arguello still lives a few blocks from the school on Riverside and Pine Island.

“We are very proud to open in one of the best locations in town. All the kids in Coral Springs are going to love what we have on the menu. Bowls and smoothies are healthy but also very Instagrammable,” he said.

New restaurant alert: Playa bowls offer a healthy alternative to fast food

Courtesy of Playa Bowls Delray

As the 1,300 square foot restaurant prepares for the grand opening, the company wants to bring the Playa Bowls food truck to the location each weekend to introduce the brand to the community.

“We have our famous acai and pitaya bowls, oatmeal, fresh smoothies and cold-pressed juices. Playa Bowls is a plant-based, healthy and quick alternative to what we have in town,” Arguello said.

Casoria said the partners are proud to bring the brand to the community and are delighted to be close to Coral Springs Charter School.

She shared that Playa Bowls was started by Robert Giuliani and Abby Taylor, two Jersey Shore surfers who traveled the world in pursuit of big waves. In every exotic place they visited, they tried a local version of acai or pitaya and eventually decided to recreate the recipes in their hometown.

What started as a pop-up stand on a sidewalk near the local pizzeria in 2014 has grown into a national business with more than 150 stores nationwide.

New restaurant alert: Playa bowls offer a healthy alternative to fast food

Courtesy of Playa Bowls Delray

“Playa Bowls is a great concept that has hundreds of healthy options for all tastes. Every weekend a new store opens somewhere,” Casoria said.

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Agrippina Fadel
Agrippina Fadel

Agrippina Fadel grew up in Siberia and earned her master’s degree in journalism from Tyumen State University. Agrippina is also a writer and editor at Draftsy.net. She has resided in the United States for over ten years and speaks English and Russian.

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