St. Pete Beach’s new Fresh Factory will celebrate grand opening this month

Not to be confused with Fresh Kitchen.

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Grain and Berry, Harvest Bowl, Poke Burri, and Khai Bowls are just some of the new acai bowl and smoothie spots that've recently popped up in Tampa Bay. Add St. Pete Beach’s Fresh Factory to that ever-growing list when the new fast casual spot celebrates its grand opening on March 29.

Although Fresh Factory's grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony are a few weeks away, its location on St. Pete Beach has been open for a few weeks now. Fresh Factory’s menu consists of freshly-made juices, build-your-own acai and smoothie bowls, and small bites like salads and avocado toast. If you’re feeling particularly healthy, opt for a $5 wheatgrass or ginger shot. 

In terms of dessert options, Fresh Factory also sells New Orleans-style snowballs (think a snow cone—but fluffy), so the newly-opened Uptown Snoballs in downtown St. Pete better watch out.

Fresh Factory's new brick and mortar location is at 7350 Gulf Blvd. on St. Pete Beach; it’s open from 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 

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Kyla Fields

Kyla Fields is the Managing Editor of Creative Loafing Tampa Bay who started their journey at CL as summer 2019 intern. They are the proud owner of a charming, sausage-shaped, four-year-old rescue mutt named Piña.
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