Smoothie King Pops Up Between Pei Wei and Burger Monger on 4th Street

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Space on 4th Street is at a premium. The stretch is populated by go-to international chains, beloved regional food concepts, and some of the best Burg born (our new favorite phrase courtesy of KSPL) bites this city has to offer.

Tons of openings on 4th Street this summer/fall

A new WaWa, Jimmy Hulas restaurant and a medical cannabis dispensary are currently being developed on 4th Street. Joining the burgeoning area, between Pei Wei and Burger Monger, is Smoothie King.

Founder Steve Kuhnau began blending smoothies to assist with food allergies. Today, Smoothie King serves as a spot for visitors to sip something savory and health-conscious. Whether you’re looking to fuel a workout, set yourself on a more balanced meal plan, or want to take a break with something sweet, Smoothie King’s lengthy menu has you covered.

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Flavors include:

  • Dragon Fruit
  • Watermelon Hibiscus
  • Almond Mocha High Protein
  • Greek Yogurt, Pineapple and Mango
  • Berry Carrot Dream
  • Pure Recharge Mango Strawberry
  • Strawberry Kiwi Breeze

Bountiful smoothie and snack options to satisfy fitness and flavor needs 

Light snacks are also available. Smoothie King serves up Greek yogurt pretzels, banana chips, veggie chips, protein packed muffins, dark chocolate cashews, milk chocolate almonds and granola. The casual, to-go concept is perfect for the litany of downtown workers seeking more grab and go options in the downtown area.

An official opening timeline has yet to be announced. We will update the article as more information becomes available. Smoothie King most recently celebrated the opening of its 900th location in NYC.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan is in his third year as Writer/Editor of iLovetheBurg.com. New York Times bestselling author Andre Dubus III has said of him, “Andrew Harlan has a sharp and discerning eye for detail that deftly captures character and landscape." He has published fiction and poetry in Sabal and Prime Number Literary Magazine. He graduated with honors from Eckerd College in 2013 with a B.A. in Creative Writing and a minor in Literature. He can be reached by phone: (727) 896-3435 or email: andrew@rkc.me