"[Celinha] puts in the work to break down the pulp and not dilute it ... This means her bowls seemingly pack in more energy; I know I felt skyrocketing stamina thanks to a handful of kale blended into the acai and a generous amount of bee pollen thrown on top. And if you get a bowl with the faintly sweet guarana syrup, which is a popular inclusion in Brazil, you may never come down."
"In addition to organic juice blends, Bebebar offers authentic acai bowls made with recipes straight from Brazil ... – try the Seva if you’re looking for a refreshing green juice blend, and add a pinch of cayenne pepper to speed up your metabolism."
"There is new life in [Dolores Park] in the form of Bebebar, a Brazilian-inspired juice spot on 18th Street. ... The airy and bright space has been completely redone, with new wood floors, walls, bathrooms and more, plus colorful ceiling lamps designed by Regine Pfanz."
"The Lila (pear, apple, spinach and mint) balances healthfulness with something you might actually want to drink -- say, in the park, while your friends are throwing back Tecates. Feeling a mite puckish? How about a Brazilian acai bowl, with organic bananas, organic granola and chia? That is as literally and figuratively crunchy as it gets."
"The menu at Bebebar highlights fresh ingredients. Everything on the menu is organic and made to order. The acai bowls are authentically Brazilian and I don’t know of many places in the area where you can get them aside from Bebebar. If you’ve got a hankering for something cold, grab an acai bowl for a wonderful treat. The fact that it’s right next to Dolores Park doesn’t hurt either."