October 15, 2013
Juicing is all the rage these day. Drinking assorted juices that have a high vitamin content, and a low amount of sugar seems to be a cure for everything. From a head cold to a hangover, there’s a juice for every ailment. New Yorkers, who are totally hip to this trend, are lucky enough to have an assortment of different juice joints to visit when they’re in need of a quick health fix, or if they’re just after a delicious treat!
This juice spot has a couple of locations throughout the city, and has created a sizable following as a result. They have a range of delicious juices and smoothies, but their standout item is probably their acai bowl, which gets rave reviews. Try the Peanut Butter Split if you’re the mood for a delicious peanut-buttery delight!
644 9th Ave, New York, NY
117 W 72nd St, New York, NY
The Butcher’s Daughter
Despite the carnivorous name, at the Butcher’s Daughter, veggies are the name of the game. This (almost) vegan and mostly raw cafe has light and refreshing meals, in a bright and inviting setting. Try their Eastern Promise or Mexican Sunrise juice for a refreshing new combo of exotic flavors!
19 Kenmare St New York, NY 10012
As one of New York’s oldest juice bars, Liquiteria has perfected the art of juicing. They are big proponents of cleanses, and have coaches to help you through yours if you’re brave enough to start one. Try their Killer XX for cold and flu season! It packs a punch for those germs that have a habit of crawling up on you during this time of year.
170 2nd Ave New York, NY 10003
One Lucky Duck
This spot is home to anything and everything that’s raw, vegan and organic. Though their offerings are simple, they strive to make every juice and meal as high quality and clean as possible. They even offer a seasonal kombucha!
75 9th Ave New York, NY 10019
Thirsty for a cold glass of freshly squeezed juice? Hop on a Seastreak ferry, and get into the city to discover a new treat! If you’re not in the city, try Red Bank’s Yummy Good Stuff for some delicious and healthy juices!
Sea you soon,
The Seastreak Family
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