Make way for deliciousness! For the past three years, Real Good Juice Co. has been catering to our never-ending hankerings for freshly squeezed juices, smoothies, and bowls, and now, founder Jon Schiff is ready to up the ante.
The fast-growing chain, which already boasts locations in Old Town, Southport Corridor, Bucktown, Lakeview, and Edgewater, will be broadening healthy horizons in the Windy City even further fall 2018 with the introduction of its just-opened marketplace concept at 701 N. Wells St.
And that new concept comes a brand new name — Jon made the decision to swap his company’s moniker from Real Good Juice Co. to Real Good Stuff Co. to better reflect all its new offerings. Are you ready for this?
Described as a “neighborhood food hall filled with all kinds of real good stuff”, Real Good has plans to open four more marketplaces by the end of 2019, all of which will have a heavy focus on its “loganic”—local and organic—ingredients.
In addition to the staple items it started out with, Real Good’s newest addition serves even more wholesome dishes for health-conscious diners, including wild salmon, Amish chicken, and line-caught tuna — yum!
Oh, and did we mention there’s a hot bar with made-to-order sandwiches and seasonal sides (like sweet potatoes and delicata squash), a snack shack with a full matcha bar, and, of course, the smoothie bar that started it all.
As with any good marketplace, there are also plenty of mouth-watering options to grab when you don’t have time for a sit-down meal in the “Grab and Go” area. Think breakfast burritos, Metric coffee, oatmeal, and soup.
If you somehow still have room for some (guilt-free!) dessert, Real Good has got you covered there, too: they have NOYOFROYO (aka no-yogurt frozen yogurt made with vegan, dairy-free ingredients), and fruit-filled Juicy Pops will also be on hand.
What are you waiting for? Get going while the getting’s Real Good!