Feel Alive and Satisfied at Thrive360 Eatery

Crave healthier with this new Denver eatery.

Photo Courtesy Thrive360Eatery

Courtesy Thrive360 Eatery

Looking to add another healthy spot to your dining out routine? Thrive360 Eatery, a new wellness-focused fast casual restaurant at 1001 17th St., is just the place.

Created by the Protein Bar team—Thrive360 Eatery’s sister restaurant—the spot seeks to maintain the company’s drive to be at the forefront of the health food trade. And that passion shows in their menu offerings. Thrive360’s culinary-driven selection includes protein-rich salads, Kombucha on tap, nine housemade sauces, non-fried falafel, braised Colorado beef and even “no-calorie clear noodles,” to name a few.

And to continue to celebrate their opening—the grand opening was August 3—the restaurant has cooked up a few special treats. Through August 5, find two custom “blender bikes” outside Thrive360 where you can blend your own smoothies and challenge other cycle stars to blending competitions. Prizes are available. And all of the proceeds made from the bike-blended drinks, as well as $3.60 of each drink purchased from August 3-12, will go to the American Heart Association and Cycle Nation, a new AHA and American Stroke Association movement that encourages people to use bikes to increase brain and heart health.

“Thrive360 Eatery allows us to broaden the reach of Protein Bar’s original and ongoing mission to improve the way people eat on the go,” says Samir Wagle, Protein Bar CEO. “We’ve found that our guests in Colorado fall within an ever-widening spectrum of fitness aspirations and dietary preferences, and our ability to personalize each menu item at Thrive360 lets us meet our guests where they are.”

Needless to say, we’ll be forgetting about that candy bar.

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