3 Natives Acai And Juice Bar Opens New Location In Jupiter


A new fresh and healthy food spot catering to local families and working professionals on the go has opened up in Jupiter.

3 Natives, located in Abacoa’s Bermudiana Plaza, offers organic juices and smoothies, acai bowls, wraps, salads and more. The restaurant, which opened for business in mid-February, operates from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

The 3 Natives chain was founded by three Palm Beach County locals looking to bring a casual restaurant serving healthy meals to the area. 

The first two corporate stores opened in Tequesta and Juno Beach, with another franchise location in Gainesville, and a fifth store will be opening soon in Boca Raton.

Most of 3 Natives’ menu items are locally sourced and made in-house. Wrap and salad options include salmon, tuna, curry chicken and black bean hummus ($8.95 to $9.95), and “The Local” acai bowl—with granola, banana, strawberry, blueberry and honey—is a popular favorite. 

In addition, 3 Natives serves more than a dozen varieties of smoothies ($6-$8) and about as many cold-pressed juices ($6.50-$9.50).

3 Natives; 4601 Military Trail, Suite 107, Jupiter


For a taste of 3 Natives at home, try this recipe for the chain’s popular Chronic Acai Bowl:


7.5 oz. organic acai

3.5 oz. organic granola

Half banana

2 oz. kiwi

2 oz. pineapple 

4 oz. strawberry 

Organic coconut shavings

McCoy’s Honey



1. Start with organic acai, a superfood from the acai palm berry.

2. Top the acai with a layer of organic granola.

3. Cover the granola with the sliced banana.

4. Add the chopped kiwi, strawberry and pineapple.

5. Sprinkle the bowl with organic coconut shavings.

6. Drizzle with local McCoy’s Honey.


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