At The Good Kind, most of the ingredients in their cold pressed juices, smoothies and teas are organic. The produce on the menu is organic as well as a few other ingredients, ask for more specifics. Several gluten free options are available as well.
The menu offers sandwiches, salad and grain bowls, toasts, smoothies, and cold press juices. For the most part, clean options include the smoothies, juices, teas, each of the 3 salad bowls as well as the Market Bowl. As always, ask about specific ingredients. You’ll also find kombucha and various beverages in their Grab & Go cooler as well as premade snacks, dips. and treats.
What I Ordered
I ordered the Kermit Smoothie which consisted of greens, pineapple, papaya, banana, coconut, water, and lime. The texture was spot on, nice and creamy. The flavor was rich and robust, with a taste that was a perfect split between earthy and fruity. I really enjoyed the hint of lime which added a bit of natural kick, yum. Tasting the Kermit Smoothie was a nice change from the norm; after a while, green smoothies start to taste very similar from one place to the next. The atypical combination of healthful ingredients in the Kermit Smoothie created a unique, but enjoyable and satisfying taste.
The Good Kind has it going on at their Ivy Hall location in Southtown, what a fantastic spread. The outdoor patio and grounds boast a lush native landscape complete with heat lamps for those chilly evenings. The decor is chic with fun colors and a Texan flair.
I can’t say enough about the beautiful setting, landscaping and just plain cool atmosphere at the St Mary’s Street venue. This location also doubles as an event space. The Good Kind has a sister location at Pearl Brewery Food Hall.