Whole Sol to Open Three New Stores Across Metro Denver in the Spring

Store numbers six, seven, and eight will spread from Fort Collins down through Denver and into Longmont.
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Whole Sol Blend Bar is bringing its signature smoothie “bols,” cold-pressed organic juices, “top-rated toasts,” and more to three new metro Denver locations this spring. This will include an indoor-outdoor setup near Colorado State at 1208 W. Elizabeth St. in Fort Collins, a store inside the One Tabor Center at 1200 17th St. in downtown Denver, and a storefront with a rear production facility to 645 Tenacity Dr. in Longmont.

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“We’ll have our commissary production in Longmont,” founder and owner Phil Dumontet told What Now Denver. “We’ll produce organic juices and snacks for all stores there.”

A former kickboxing and yoga studio in Longmont’s Prospect neighborhood, Dumontet said that Whole Sol would bottle its USDA-certified organic 12-ounce beverages for all of its stores on an assembly line that automates the entire production process. The race nutrition fanatic hopes to extend this manufacture into wholesale stores in the future.

This passion for healthy drinks, small bites, and power-packed meals extends to all people seeking nourishment in addition to sustenance. This broad targeting is evident at the dichotomous locations in Denver and Fort Collins. At the Tabor Center, for example, Whole Sol will post up at a former coffee shop.

“It’s right inside the building,” Dumontet said. “There’s no real healthy options there for a healthy audience. With the Colorado Athletic Club right there, this should be a great fit.”

Dumontet plans to be open five days a week to cater to the office/downtown crowd at the Tabor Center location. This context contrasts with the new Fort Collins store, which will feature a “massive outdoor patio” and easy customer flow in and out. Set only a block or two from CSU, this store will provide healthy options for the university population — students and staff alike.

From red cabbage, cucumber, and kale to pineapples, grapefruit, and lemons, Whole Sol maintains that each ingredient in its menu options is selected “with intention and purpose” — superfoods meant to supercharge patrons. Whether it’s recovery from activity and just a way to energize after inactivity, Whole Sol has got the goods to get people rolling.

Matthew Denis

Matthew D. Denis is a Bend, Oregon-based freelance reporter with a predilection for existential expression. Be it art, backcountry exploration, overland road rallies, or Zimbabwean beats, Matt is there to describe the culture and expression that defines our humanity. You can find his work in ArtNews, The Register-Guard, The Manual, U.S. News & World Report, and more. When Matt's not typing on keys, he'll likely be exploring books, creative writing, or endless Western wilds.
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