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The Jar Bar classic acai bowl ($8) features acai, bananas, strawberry compote, blueberry compote, coconut and granola made in-house. Like yogurt, the acai bowl is creamy and contains a naturally sweet balance between the fruits and granola. PHOTOS BY MATT YAN/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
The Mayan Palace Sandwich ($10) is crafted on Jar Bar’s signature ciabatta bread with grilled steak, black bean hummus, corn salsa, avocado, pickled onions and mixed greens.
Left: The Lights Out Salad ($10) is a healthy mix of greens, black rice, roasted mushrooms, cranberries, edamame, sweet potatoes and coconut aminos vinaigrette served neatly in Jar Bar’s signature jar. Right: Jar Bar’s most popular salad is the Deconstructed Burrito Salad ($10), which includes mixed greens, brown rice, black beans, corn salsa, avocado, pickled red onions and cashew cream.
Jacqueline Glosniak, Contributing Editor
12:57 pm CDT June 14, 2017
After two decades spent producing for television with reporters from Connie Chung and Anderson Cooper to media mogul Oprah Winfrey, Karen Firsel knows a thing or two about what it takes to create a successful brand.