If you’re looking to squeeze a juice stop into your schedule, your search is over.
Pittsburgh is ripe with juice bars that are whipping up the freshest, meanest, or greenest juice you’ve ever tried. So, if you’re craving a healthy snack in a hurry, you’ve got to try one (or all!) of these juice and smoothie stops.
Offering grab-and-go eats like cold-pressed juice and superfood smoothies, Reed & Co. on Butler Stree in Lawrenceville has you covered. If you’re looking for something a little more filling, opt for a salad, soup, or other “boneless broth” with tri-color quinoa. And don’t forget, they carry Commonplace Coffee and Gryphon’s Teas.
Armed with the most healing and nourishing foods around, the juicers at Salud press tasty concoctions with a smile. Try one of their cleansing programs – a guide to many of their signature juices and other treats, like kombucha or an acai bowl. Each is designed to rebalance your body and achieve optimal health. With locations in Shadyside and Sewickley, it’s easy to rock your own detox with a healthy collection of juices, smoothies, refreshers, and shots.
Here’s a shocker: the Pittsburgh Juice Company makes juice. But it’s not just any juice! This company prides themselves on always organic, cold-pressed juice. Produced in small batches, this artisanal nutrient blast is freshly pressed each day. Raw and unprocessed, it’s as natural as you can get. If the cleansing properties of your chilled beverage weren’t enough, PJC is in the same building as Bikram Yoga Pittsburgh in Lawrenceville. Sweat out the bad and drink up the good!
Rest assured, you’ll savor the flavor of juice from local produce. You’ll swear that it was just picked, rushed to Wexford, and slowly pushed through a cold press by Fresh From the Farm’s caring hands. You can practically taste the local pride in each deliciously sweet or tangy sip – and we’re not just talking about their Black & Yellow juice! Now you can have the farm fresh taste you crave from 25 different locations across the Pittsburgh region.
Brewed, blended, pressed, squeezed. Every way you can imagine a beverage being made, Delanie’s Coffee has you covered. In addition to their namesake coffee, ask for a Heart Beet or Lemon Aid for a holistic and healthy juice. Located on Carson Street in South Side, take in the artwork by local artist as you’re served breakfast, lunch, or snack. Add in your freshly crafted espresso, tea, juice, or, smoothie and you’ve got it made.
What’s so good about these juices? Well, if you were to ask the folks at GOODlife, they’d cite 4 primary benefits: hydrate, assimilate, alkalize, and radiate. That means it’s everyday liquid nutrition specially concocted to balance your body’s pH and crafted to bring out your very best. Available at various farmer’s markets around the city and small storefront in Peters Township, discover the nutrient packed and colorful offering. It’s all good!
The juicers over at Living Juicy have explored and experimented enough that they’re proud to offer their most satisfying blends yet. Not only satisfying, but organic and undeniably healthy. These raw juices boast superfoods. Super because they’re packed with nutrients your body loves. Your taste buds will too! Try a juice with exotic camu-camu (look it up, then sip it down) or play it safe with the house-recommended “My Fave”. This family-run café proudly operates out of their Ellsworth Avenue Shadyside location.
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: it’s massive. Between the frozen smoothies and the fresh, made-to-order juice – like a Steel City Sunset or a Mean Joe Green – your combination of healthy ingredients hits the spot. Slurp your smoothie or juice while you shop around the market, full of local ‘burgh produce and goods.
Squeezed into the Umbrella Café in Pittsburgh’s cultural district, the Savasana Juice Company is pumping out mason jars full of fresh-pressed fruits, vegetables, and herbs. With pick up orders available within 15 minutes and a clutch FREE delivery option, these made-to-order jars are flying around Pittsburgh. Feeling a cleanse or just ravenously thirsty for quality juice? Savasana offers a juice FEAST! The feast is 3 whole 32oz mason jars of your favorite flavors, like Beetlejuice or Melon Moonshine. That’s a lot of juice.
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. Right before your eyes, watch as a juicer presses the freshest fruit and vegetables into your made-to-order juice, fruit, or wellness shot. These juicers have your health in mind, packing insane amounts of flavor and nutrients into options like a The Watermelon Hydrator, for beginners. Or go all in on a Veggie Max! Drop by their Forbes Avenue location in the heart of Pittsburgh for a tasty juice boost!
Simpatico Espresso makes, as you can expect, a mean espresso. What you may not know is that the also shake up an entire selection of mean, green shakes like the Green Goblin or Green Monster. In addition to their Veggie Fusion shakes, Simpatico spins protein shakes and fruit smoothies. There are so many specialties to try just one. That’s why Simpatico is quickly becoming one of Downtown Pittsburgh’s favorite drink spots. Stop in for the delicious and nutritious Original Kale smoothie.
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 in Aspinwall is Zen Juice. Whether you like roots, greens, or fruits, Zen has something for you. They cold-pressed juice and bottle in glass daily so you can grab a few to go. And yes, Earth-lovers, they have a recycling program! But if you’re jonesing for more than just juice, try one of their smoothies, bowls, elixir shots, or KLVN coffees. Heads up: They’re closed Mondays.
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