Known for its hot chicken and biscuits, Nashville is hardly synonymous with health food.
But if you’re looking for something a little lighter and more refreshing, don’t worry because Nashville has some acai bowls for you!
From protein-packed peanutty bowls to fabulously fruity bowls, there’s an acai bowl for everyone in the city.
And luckily for you, I’ve rounded them all up in one place!
All you need to do now is scroll down to discover the 13 best places to go for acai bowls in Nashville.
1. Wild Berry Acai
Address: 819 Main St, Nashville, TN 37206
Phone number: 615-915-2877
Price per bowl: $9.95 – $15.95
You’re going to go wild for Wild Berry Acai!
With an amazing ten acai bowls on their menu, they are kings of the acai bowl.
Their bowls start at $9.95 for a small, increase to $11.95 for a regular, and finally, jump to $15.95 for a large.
My favorite bowl of theirs is the Malibu which is as tasty as it is beautiful.
It comprises 100% organic soft serve acai topped with pineapple, cashews, cacao nibs, bee pollen, toasted coconut, granola, and honey.
Another fan favorite is the Golden Hour bowl which is topped with raspberries, almonds, golden raisins, granola, lemon zest, and honey.
Whatever you order, you’ll be ordering a whole bowl of deliciousness, because Wild Berry Acai knows a thing or two about building a beautiful bowl.
2. Franklin Juice Company
Address: 707 Porter Rd, Nashville, TN 37206
Phone number: 615-988-2964
Price per bowl: $12.50 – $15.50
Franklin Juice Company serves some of the most creative acai bowls in Nashville.
All their bowls are so tasty that you’ll have a hard time picking just one!
I’ve tried all of them and the Bon Bon is probably my favorite.
To make it, they top acai with granola, cacao powder, banana, strawberry, cacao nibs, almonds, and honey.
My second favorite would have to be Big Island because I can never get enough peanut butter in my life!
This bowl is topped with granola, peanut butter, banana, almonds, hemp seeds, bee pollen, and honey.
All their bowls cost somewhere between $12.50 and $15.50 so they’re a little on the more expensive side but they’re worth every penny!
Get on down to Franklin Juice Company for some of the most impressive acai bowls in Nashville.
3. Clean Juice
Address: Multiple locations
Price per bowl: $12.95
Clean Juice has two locations in Nashville (in North Gulch and Green Hills) and is a popular spot for locals looking for their next acai fix.
They have five amazing bowls to choose from, each costing $12.95: the Berry Bowl, the Beach Bowl, the Green Bowl, the Cold-Brew Bowl, and the Dragon Fruit Bowl.
The Dragon Fruit Bowl is probably my favorite but they’re all delicious in their own way.
It’s an amazing blend of acai, banana, pineapple, dragonfruit, coconut oil, and almond milk, topped with granola, coconut chips, chia seeds, and goji berries.
It’s as tasty as it sounds – trust me on this one!
Another menu highlight is the unique Cold-Brew Bowl, comprising almond butter, almond milk, banana, cacao, chia seeds, cold-brewed coffee, granola, maple syrup, and vanilla.
4. Grain and Berry
Address: 1806 20th Ave S, Nashville, TN 3721
Phone number: 615-953-7431
Price per bowl: $12.74
With several locations across Florida (and now Nashville!), Grain and Berry strive to be “everyone’s favorite superfood cafe”.
They specialize in serving some of the best acai bowls, juices, and smoothies around, and they’re all so tasty!
There are five pre-designed acai bowls on their menu, or alternatively, you can choose to build your own.
Either way, it’ll cost you $12.74 per bowl.
If I were you, I’d let the experts at Grain and Berry design your bowl for you because they really know what they’re doing.
The Relax Eat Repeat bowl is such a treat so I’d recommend that one!
Alternatively, if you choose to design your own bowl, you’ll get acai topped with organic granola and your choice of three fruits and three toppings.
If I was making a bowl, I’d order banana, blueberry, strawberry, almond butter, coconut shavings, and hemp seeds.
Now that‘s a dream combo!
5. Frutta Bowls
Address: Multiple locations
Price per bowl: $8.99 – $11.29
If the photo above doesn’t already have you rushing to try an acai bowl from Frutta Bowls, I’m not sure what will.
But if you need any more persuasion, I’m happy to report that their acai bowls are super filling and super delicious!
They have nine incredible bowls to choose from or alternatively, you can build one yourself if none of theirs piques your interest.
Each of their small pre-designed bowls costs $9.29, while the regulars cost $11.29.
However, if you choose to build one yourself, they’re a little cheaper with the small bowls costing $8.99 and the regulars $10.99.
For this, you get a base of acai blended with banana, and then you get your choice of granola, and up to three fruits and two toppings.
Their pre-designed bowls are pretty dreamy so I’d go for one of them!
They have some great protein-packed bowls if you’re looking to up your protein intake.
For example, the Muscle Up gets you acai with granola, chocolate whey protein, banana, and peanut butter, while the Hulk gets you acai with granola, vanilla protein powder, mango, blueberry, strawberry, peanut butter, and honey.
If these sound as good to you as they do to me, you’ll find Frutta Bowls in Midtown and The Nations.
6. The Urban Juicer
Address: Multiple locations
Price per bowl: $12
With six locations in the city, The Urban Juicer is a great option for a quick acai pick-me-up.
Locals will be familiar with this Nashville franchise but if you’re not from these parts, The Urban Juicer serves nothing but locally-made, locally-sourced, and locally-loved healthy food.
One item on their very long menu is their acai bowls!
They have four acai bowls to choose from, and they each have their own merits.
If you want to treat yourself, order the Nutella Bowl which comprises acai, strawberries, banana, Nutella, cacao nibs, almond slices, local honey, and Pirouline straws.
Alternatively, you can keep it simple with the Brain Booster which is topped with strawberries, blueberries, flax seed, coconut shavings, and toasted almonds.
The Endless Summer and Almond bowls are equally amazing, though, so you’re in for a treat no matter what you order!
All their bowls cost $12 and I just know you’re going to love them as much as I do.
Find The Urban Juicer in Downtown, East Nashville, Hillsboro Village, Charlotte, Nashville Yards, and on 8th Ave S.
Address: Multiple locations
Jamba is popular all across the country and it’s not hard to see why!
Their Nashville branches are in Centennial, Green Hills, and Music Valley, and they’re all home to Jamba’s “whirl’d famous” Acai Primo™ bowl.
If you’ve never tried it before, it’s made by blending acai with strawberries, blueberries, bananas, and soy milk.
They then complete their trademark bowl by topping it with organic granola, blueberries, honey, and coconut flakes.
It’s all the ingredients you’ve come to know and love from an acai bowl, but in the best way possible!
However, if it’s protein you’re after, you can add soy protein or whey protein.
Or if you want to make your acai eating experience even more fun, you can add strawberry bursting boba or tapioca pearl boba, too.
Now, that’s a unique acai experience!
8. E+ROSE Wellness Cafe
Address: Multiple locations
Price per bowl: $11.49 – $11.99
E+ROSE Wellness Cafe is one of my all-time favorite places to go for acai bowls in Nashville.
This Nashville-born health food restaurant has six gorgeous locations, all of which serve up nothing but plant-based fare.
You’ll be pleased to hear that they have three delicious acai bowls on their menu.
The first is their Pro bowl which costs $11.49.
This protein-packed bowl has a base of acai blended with almond milk, bananas, blueberries, peanut butter, and pea protein, and is topped with granola, sliced bananas, local honey, cinnamon, crushed almonds, and peanut butter.
Secondly, there’s the Aloha bowl which also costs $11.49.
It’s a blend of acai, cold-pressed pineapple juice, bananas, mangos, pineapples, and coconut oil, topped with gluten-free granola, sliced strawberries, sliced bananas, local honey, coconut flakes, and goji berries.
Finally, there’s the Hanalei bowl which is slightly more expensive at $11.99.
For this, you get a base of acai, almond milk, bananas, blackberries, strawberries, and almond butter.
Then they top it with gluten-free granola, macadamia nuts, puffed brown rice, bananas hemp seeds, local honey, and almond butter!
E+ROSE’s founder has said that he aims to serve “food that tastes good, looks good, and most of all makes you feel good” and I think they achieve that with their acai bowls.
Find them in Peabody Plaza, Wedgewood-Houston, 505, Gulch, Brentwood, and oneC1TY.
9. The Alchemy Cafe
Address: 555 Church St, Nashville, TN 37219
Phone number: 615-835-3249
Price per bowl: $10.50
The Alchemy Cafe is a cool and casual cafe serving smoothies, superfoods, and sandwiches.
And luckily for you, they also have four fantastic acai bowls on their menu.
They each come in at a sweet $10.50, too, so you won’t be paying too much to indulge in these bowls either!
The East-Nash bowl is as Instagrammable as it is tasty.
Its base is a delicious blend of acai, banana, raspberry, blueberry, strawberry, and your milk of choice, with banana, shredded coconut, and granola as toppings.
The Pip bowl is another fan favorite.
It comprises acai blended with banana, strawberry, and cocoa, and is topped with shredded coconut, blueberries, and banana!
My favorite, however, is the Downtown bowl.
To make it, they blend acai with banana, strawberry, peanut butter, and your choice of milk, then top it with strawberry, blueberry, and granola.
What’s not to love?!
Whatever you order at The Alchemy Cafe, you’re in for a treat!
10. Honest Coffee Roasters
Address: L & L Market, 3820 Charlotte Ave #135, Nashville, TN 37209
Phone number: 615-739-6820
Price per bowl: $15.53
Honest Coffee Roasters is a specialty coffee roasting company that produces quality coffee and supports local, hardworking farmers.
With their expertise being coffee, it may come as a surprise that they also serve up some spectacular acai bowls, too.
Their acai bowls are identical to those of Franklin Juice, except these ones all cost $11.50.
If you want to keep it simple, order the Standard which gets you acai with granola, banana, strawberries, coconut, goji berries, and local honey.
(As you can see, even though it’s their “standard” bowl, it’s anything but standard.)
Alternatively, the Kona is a delicious mix of acai, granola, Hawaiian spirulina, banana, strawberries, blueberries, hemp seeds, and local honey.
It tastes just as beautiful as it looks, which is saying something because this bowl is just stunning.
Order it, post a photo of it on your Instagram, and thank me later!
11. Kawai Poké Co.
Phone number: 615-679-0949
Price per bowl: $8 – $10
Known for its incredible poke bowls, Kawai Poke Co. brings the flavors, culture, and hospitality of Hawaii to Tennessee.
They also serve the cheapest acai bowls in Nashville which already makes them a winner.
Kawai Poke Co. has three delicious acai bowls to choose from, which cost $8 for a small or $10 for a regular.
Their three toppings options are Island Breeze, Everybody Loves a Nut, and Buzzin’ Around.
Firstly, Island Breeze gets you strawberry, blueberry, pineapple, coconut flakes, chia seeds, and house granola.
Next up, Everybody Loves a Nut comprises banana, cocoa nibs, chia seeds, coconut flakes, almond butter, and cocoa granola.
Finally, there’s the Buzzin’ Around that unsurprisingly is topped with bee pollen and honey!
Alongside these, it also has banana, blueberry, hemp seeds, and house granola on it.
Get yourself down to Kawai Poke Co. for these cheap but wonderful acai bowls in Nashville.
12. Sun & Fork
Address: Vanderbilt University, 2525 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone number: 615-292-7323
Price per bowl: $10.29
Next up, we have Sun & Fork, a fantastic no-frills joint that serves delicious breakfast and lunch dishes all day every day.
Their Triple Berry Acai Bowl is one of the best items on their menu (but, of course, I’d say that!).
It costs $10.29 for which you get organic Sambazon acai with strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and housemade granola with almonds.
However, the fun doesn’t stop there!
Sun & Folk serve their acai bowl alongside their wholegrain artisan toast with almond butter and Maldon sea salt.
It’s one of the most delicious pieces of toast I’ve ever had the pleasure of eating!
The addition of this side makes Sun & Fork one of the best places to go for acai bowls in Nashville, for sure.
13. I Love Juice Bar
Address: Multiple locations
Price per bowl: $11.95
I love I Love Juice Bar.
Their mission is to make wellness the simplest, most delicious part of your day, and with their acai bowl coming in at a sweet $11.95, I’d have to agree.
They only have one acai bowl on their menu but when it’s this good, you won’t be disappointed.
For the base, they blend together acai, avocado, banana, strawberry, blueberry, and apple juice.
And for the toppings, they add granola, almond butter, strawberries, blueberries, bananas, hemp seeds, and local honey.
I told you it was tasty, didn’t I?!
You also have the option to add any extra supplements and blends to your acai bowl if you so wish.
For example, you can add cacao nibs for $1, peanut butter for $1, or blue Majik for $2, but the list goes on and on!
You’ll find I Love Juice Bar in Berry Hill, The Gulch, and Brentwood.
So that concludes the 13 best places to go for acai bowls in Nashville – and what a selection you’ve got here!
Whichever of these acai bowl spots you head to first, I know you’re going to love it.