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As the name implies, Della Bowls does vegetarian bowls and they do them better than just about anywhere else in town. This place gained a following at The Wynwood Yard, but since that place closed, they’re now open at The Doral Yard, a mixed-use space with live music and food vendors. They’ve still got pretty much the same customizable menu. You can pick the base, protein, veggie, and sauce of your choice, or go for one of their menu options - like the Forbidden Bowl with black coconut rice, greens, tempeh, broccoli, sweet potato, and almonds. If you don’t feel like driving to Doral, they’re also delivering out of ghost kitchens in Allapattah and Fort Lauderdale.

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