As an ode to the raw food movement, Douglassville's latest addition, the Raw Can Roll Café, celebrates the organic and vegan lifestyles of those who love to plunge their palates in the finest and most subtle tastes of extremely seasonal foods.
With a grand opening only a few months back, on June 5 (my birthday!), owner Sheryll Chavarria decided that to complement her established wellness center devoted to natural healing practices, Pure Body Wellness, she would additionally provide locals with an all-natural food lineup—one that would encourage healthy eating practices and introduce her favorites found within her own raw food habits.
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And, this past weekend, owner Chavarria invited locals of both near and far to experience her fairly new spa and massage space, which you can see below. So, after devouring the Mexican Tostadas (as seen above) at her raw cafe, we skipped a few doors to the left, to encounter the world of cucumber facials, sea salt scrubs, knowledge of reiki and much, much more.Raw Can Roll Café is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 38 Old Swede Road in Douglassville. Pure Body Wellness is located in the same shopping center, on the opposite end of the cafe.