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Whether you prefer a kale-packed creation or a fruit-filled concoction, there’s nothing more refreshing than a cold-pressed juice on a hot Dallas day. And while there are a handful of places to get your fix, it’s time to make some room.
LA-based concept Pressed Juicery has officially made its way to Texas, opening up the first of two locations in Uptown Dallas this month, with the second expected in Southlake Town Square in September.
With over 75 locations nationwide and an already thriving business on both coasts, it was only a matter a time before Pressed Juicery started making moves in the midwest. So, when the health-conscious juice bar noticed an uptick in online sales being shipped to Texas, the decision to open their first spot in the Lone Star State was sealed!
There’s a reason Pressed Juicery has somewhat of a cult-like following. Not only do they offer an insane selection of cold-pressed juices, plant-based milks, functional shots, lemonades, and cleanses (we’re talking over 40 different options, gang) but they’re also the creators of the Freeze, a vegan, dairy-free dessert made from fruits, nuts, and vegetables. The farm-to-bottle juicery is also known for setting the bar high, working with farmers from California’s Central Valley to make sure every ingredient they use is harvested quickly, so you can rest easy knowing you’re drinking the freshest juice possible.
And now, Dallasites don’t have to rely on online ordering or searching the shelves of local shops to get their hands on Pressed Juicery’s delicious sips!
You can find Pressed Juicery’s first Dallas location in Uptown Plaza directly across from the Crescent Court. Stop by to check out the space and to stock up on all your favorite blends. And if you still need more Pressed Juicery (we get it), they offer a monthly membership that’s 100% customizable.
Oh, and keep an eye out for their second location opening in Southlake this September. Double the Pressed Juicery? What could be better?
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