Do you ever just feel like you need a tall glass of wholesome goodness? Something to energize your day and keep you full on the go? Well, your search is over.
Pittsburgh is ripe with juice bars that are whipping up the freshest, meanest, and greenest juice around. So, if you’re craving a healthy snack in a hurry, you’ve got to try one (or all!) of these juice and smoothie spots in the Burgh.
Offering grab-and-go options like cold-pressed juice and superfood smoothies, REED & CO. on Butler Street in Lawrenceville has you covered with healthy and delicious eats to supercharge your day. And if you’re looking for something a little more filling, try out the Beyond Meat Burger, Harvest Bowl, White Bean Chili, or more. The full menu is vegan and gluten-free! And don’t forget — they carry Commonplace Coffee and Gryphon’s Teas too. Give them a follow on Instagram and be on the lookout for pop-up events and new menu items.
Armed with the most healing and nourishing foods around, the juicers at Salud whip up some of the best (and most tasty) juices in the area. With cold-pressed juices, smoothies, shots, bowls, hot drinks, and more, Salud has you and your health covered. Interested in a detox? Check out their “Rock the Detox” program to give your body a little extra love. Fill up with Salud in Shadyside or Sewickley.
Here’s a shocker: the Pittsburgh Juice Company makes juice. But not just any juice. This local company prides themselves on always organic, cold-pressed juice. Produced in small batches, their ultra-healthy concoctions are freshly pressed every single day. Raw and unprocessed, it’s as natural as you can get! And if the cleansing properties of their juices aren’t enough, PJC is in the same building as Yoga Factory Pittsburgh, so you can sweat out the bad and drink up the good!
Rest assured, with Fresh From the Farm Juices, you’ll savor the refreshing flavor of locally-sourced Pittsburgh produce one sip at a time. These juices are cold-pressed, organic, raw, and unpasteurized (AKA the definition of healthy). And luckily, you can snag that farm fresh taste from 12 different locations across Pittsburgh. Find your go-to for those extra-busy days (hello, Spicy Lemonade!).
Brewed, blended, pressed, or squeezed, Delanie’s Coffee has you covered with any kind of beverage you can imagine. In addition to their namesake coffee, this South Side hot spot is stocked with fresh, healthy juices. For a caffeine-free pick-me-up, try out the Fatigue Fighter or battle that pesky cold with the Immune Booster. If you plan to stick around for a bit, enjoy the local artwork that lines the walls as you’re served breakfast, lunch, or just a quick snack.
What’s so good about these juices? Well, GOODlife’s juices have four primary designs: hydrate, assimilate, alkalize, and radiate. That means it’s everyday liquid nutrition specially formulated to balance your body’s pH and bring out your very best. Discover the nutrient-packed goodness of these juices at Piccadilly Artisan Yogurt in Mt. Lebanon or order a batch online. You can also catch GOODlife at several local farmers markets in the summer months.
The Co-op café has something for everyone. Something so crisp, so organic, and so crazy delicious that you’ll want to try their entire menu. Beware: the menu’s massive. Between the frozen smoothies and the fresh, made-to-order juice—like a Steel City Sunset or a Mean Joe Green—the combination of healthy ingredients really hits the spot. Slurp your smoothie or sip your juice while you shop around the market, full of local Burgh produce and goods.
At this juice spot, what you see is what you get. That’s because Delicious Raw isn’t going to fool you with secret ingredients. This juice spot presses fresh fruit and vegetables of your choice into made-to-order juice or wellness shots. These juicers definitely have your health in mind too, packing insane amounts of flavor and nutrients into options like the Watermelon Hydrator or the Veggie Max. Drop by their Forbes Avenue location in the heart of Pittsburgh for a tasty boost!
GreenLight Juice keeps it simple (and delicious). Their recipe for juice is simple: strictly organic, cold-pressed, and served by people who really love juice. Take any bottle from their Squirrel Hill establishment and you’ll find everything you’re drinking—from a variety of green juices to Beet Boost—has ingredients written right on the bottle. Fill up, rest easy.
New to the scene, Safi Juice is joining the Pittsburgh juicing community with a new shop on Penn Ave. in Garfield. These guys are all about supporting your busy lifestyle with healthy and affordable grab-and-go options. Their menu is complete with cold-pressed juices, smoothies, cold brew coffee, and snacks like salads, raw granola, and power bites. Safi even delivers made-to-order juice batches to your home or office! Now may be a great time to convince your boss that juice is an office must.
Soon to make its Pittsburgh debut (on December 16th to be exact), Clean Juice is setting up its first PA location in East Liberty, bringing with it acai bowls, toasts, oat bowls, juices, and smoothies. Check back soon for more opening details!
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