Provo-Based Sodalicious to Expand in Arizona

The drinks and treats fast-casual concept will open its fifth AZ brick-and-mortar in Avondale.
Provo-Based Sodalicious to Expand in Arizona
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The company founded in 2013 by Annie and Kevin Auernig, Sodalicious, has its roots in Utah. With over 15 locations in the state, it’s safe to say Sodalicious is a Utah-staple. But it’s been impossible for Sodalicious to stay confined within the state’s borders. Today, Sodalicious boasts four Idaho locations and four Arizona locations—and it isn’t stopping there.

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Avondale is about to get its very own brick-and-mortar from the fast-casual soda shop that sells, among other things, cookies, rice crispy treats, and, of course, the many selections from its mixology menu.

What makes Sodalicious so very delicious? Here are some highlights: ‘By Common Consent’ is a concoction with Diet Coke, grenadine, coconut, and fresh lime, while ‘Royal Passion’ is made with a blend of 7Up, lavender, and passionfruit. And that doesn’t even scratch the surface. Sodalicious also mixes up a bevy of beverages made with Dr Pepper, Code Red, and Root Beer, not to mention their array of energy cocktails, flavored water drinks, and unsweetened iced tea temptations.

On the cookie front, you can indulge in the classics: sugar, oatmeal chocolate chip, peanut butter, and a rotating ‘cookie of the month.’ And the crispies come big, fat and plain or with chocolate drizzle.

Our lease intel suggests the Avondale location will land at 3920 N 107th Ave and give the soda shop 1,462 square feet to work with. Sodalicious will take over the first floor retail space next month.

In an email to What Now Phoenix, Kevin Auernig wrote, “word travels fast in Avondale!” Let’s hope those cookies travel even faster. Follow the company’s social media for updates.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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