Whether refueling after a hard workout or simply in need of a cleanse after a few days of overindulging, here are the juice and smoothie bars around Atlanta to know.Read More
Detox at These Atlanta Juice and Smoothie Bars
The Atlanta juice and smoothie bars to know
1. VEDA JUICE
The juice bar located in The Pointe at Lindbergh shopping center in Peachtree Hills offers 8 or 16-ounce cold-pressed juice options along with breakfast bowls. Try the Clean It Up with beet, pineapple, apple, cucumber, and lemon.
2. dtox organic juice
The kiosk at Westside Provisions District across from Little Barn Apothecary is a quick stop for raw, organic juices, smoothies, and acai bowls on-the-go. There are two other locations at Piedmont Park and Chastain Park.
This health-conscious restaurant option in Westside from the team behind YEAH! Burger offers a menu of nothing but organic, clean-eating including grain, smoothie, and yogurt bowls as well as salads and toasts. For those looking for an on-the-go option, try one of their juices like carrot ginger or the appropriately-named Detox with kale, spinach, celery, mango, banana, ginger, cold-pressed apple juice, lemon, and coconut water.
4. Kale Me Crazy
The super food cafe and juice bar has taken over metro Atlanta with 11 shops and one on the way at Larkin on Memorial in Grant Park. Kale Me Crazy specializes in smoothies, wraps, and cold-pressed juices. Try the Green Factor with kale, spinach, cucumber, celery, chard, and apple.
For those looking to ease their way into healthy eating or simply change up the cleanse, LottaFrutta in the Old Fourth Ward offers fresh-cut fruit cups, smoothies, snacks, and even Cuban-inspired sandwiches. The LottaEnergia is a great mid-afternoon pick-me-up with bananas, strawberries, and whey protein blended with orange juice, pineapple juice, or milk.
6. Rawesome Juicery
Located in the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, Rawesome Juicery has been serving health-conscious, downtown dwellers since 2012. The juice bar offers fresh-pressed juices, real fruit smoothies, salads, cleansing shots, and detox kits.
7. KarbonStar Vitality Vegan Cafe
KarbonStar has quite the following not only among Atlanta’s vegans and vegetarians, but from just about anyone who is looking for healthy yet hearty food options. This Westview spot also offers fresh-pressed juices like cucumber or seasonal melon as well as smoothies such as seamoss blended with almond milk and dates.
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8. Tassili's Raw Reality Cafe'
This West End raw food restaurant claims to be “faster than full-service restaurants and healthier than fast-food restaurants.” The menu consists of a variety of wraps and salads as well as fresh-pressed juices like carrot or ginger-infused sorrel.