Rush Bowls, a Colorado-based fast casual concept known for its meals-in-a-bowl, is opening Saturday in Denver, marking the city’s second location and sixth in the state.
In honor of its grand opening day, 10% of sales will go to Kenzi’s Causes, a non-profit organization that supports Colorado’s underprivileged children and their families.
Located at 1580 Blake Street, the brand’s storefront features its signature blended fruit/veggie bowls and smoothies, plus grab-and-go protein bites and specialty products for pups.
“Opening week is finally here for Rush Bowls Blake Street,” Ian Turpen, franchise owner of Rush Bowls Blake Street, said in a company press release. “My wife and I are grateful to see this dream come to life, especially in an area we love. As we open our doors, we also welcome a partnership with a local organization that we’re honored to work with — Kenzi’s Causes. We look forward to serving Denver in more ways than one.”
Sitting in the LoDo neighborhood just blocks from Coors Field, the 1,250-square-foot restaurant showcases the signature look and feel of the Rush Bowls brand with clean, monochromatic interiors alongside bright, bold photography and decor. Customizable bowls and smoothies — including the signature açaí Beach Bowl, the Peanut Butter and Jelly Bowl, and the Yoga Bowl featuring matcha green tea — fill the menu, according to the release.
“Our growth here in Denver is incredible to watch,” Andrew Pudalov, founder and CEO of Rush Bowls, said in the release. “We’re grateful to have franchisees like Ian who want to help us grow the brand in a community that we’re so passionate about. Beyond our menu, community is so important to us. We look forward to seeing each of our partnerships in Denver make an impact.”