Lo­cal Bos­ton in­flu­encers weigh in on where to feed their ob­ses­sions. This month—bowls, the food trend that delivers nu­tri­tion, color and taste in one ex­tremely yummy bun­dle.

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Whole Heart Pro­vi­sions

I'm ad­dicted to their Miso Style Sig­na­ture Bowl. #PROTIP: Add on the falafel. You won't re­gret it. Trends aside, bowls are here to stay. –Matthew Simko, TV Host, @SimkoSays


Is soup a bowl? I hope it is, be­cause the Chili Chicken Ra­men from Waga­mama is one of the most com­fort­ing foods I’ve ever eaten. –An­thony Mas­tracci, Writer/ Ed­i­tor, @the_next_ gen­tle­man

Dig Inn

Start with brown rice, add a pro­tein (my fa­vorite is the wild sock­eye sal­mon), Brus­sels sprouts, broc­coli and lemon. –Kel­lie Speed, Writer/Ed­i­tor, @haute­liv­ing

Banyan Bar & Refuge

A hint of spring in the sal­mon poke at Banyan Bar & Refuge with kombu, pick­led red onion and hot sauce. The bowl craze shows no signs of slow­ing. –Gil­lian Britt, Ex­ec­u­tive Ed­i­tor, @eat­drin­klucky

Life Alive

The best way to eat com­fort food is by the bowl. The In­no­cent or the Ad­ven­turer are my per­sonal fa­vorites –Mark Keaney, Brand Con­sul­tant, @Sprin­klr


The por­to­bello taco bowl is an amaz­ing mix of or­ganic white rice, spinach, por­to­bello, cab­bage, roasted sweet pota­toes, feta, tor­tilla chips. –Kristin Quinn, Writer, @mis­ad­ven­turesin­mom­my­hood

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