Don’t Kale Me Crazy officially opens at Midtown Tampa today, and they're giving away free smoothies

The restaurant is giving away free celebratory smoothies today from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Photo via Kale Me Crazy | Website

Kale Me Crazy, a new and extra punny juice bar and super food cafe, is now open at the Midtown Tampa development.

The chain's second Florida location aims to provide “real food” to its clientele, and features juices, smoothies, salads and wraps prepared with fresh and organic ingredients.

Located at 1110 Gramercy Lane, Kale Me Crazy is giving away celebratory smoothies today between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. to anyone who shows the Instagram post for their grand opening.
With over 26 locations across the nation, Kale Me Crazy offers staples like the “Green Dream” smoothie, “Deluxe Açai Bowls,” poke bowls and more. They also offer catering services and cleansing packages to give your system all the micronutrients it needs.

The restaurant will add to Midtown’s diverse food scene, which includes restaurants like The Hall at Midtown, Shake Shack, True Food Kitchen and Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company.

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Sofía García Vargas, born in Colombia, South America and raised in Costa Rica, Central America, is a journalism student at the University of South Florida and Editor-in-Chief of The Crow’s Nest, USF St. Petersburg’s student newspaper. Her passions range from art and music to sports and food. She dreams of becoming...
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