It's Fitness Week at Eater's sister site Racked, so here's a map of Atlanta's juice bars for the plucky few who are sticking to resolutions (or any stragglers who have yet to get started on a New Year's health kick). The juice bar trend seems to be a growing one, so please feel free to leave other options— or cleanse horror/success stories— in the comments below.Read More
Where to Find Fresh Juice in Atlanta Right Now
Arden Zinn started her juice company a decade ago, and now Arden's Garden has grown to have multiple brick-and-mortar locations as well as a presence in major grocery stores. The original, on Monroe Drive, still stands.
dtox organic juice and junk
This smoothie and juice bar offers a variety of detox and cleanse programs, plus tea, lattes, salads, and more. There's delivery, too.
Earlier this year, Souper Jenny owner Jenny Levison opened a juice bar in the same stretch of Buckhead as her beloved soup spot. There, find juices and smoothies as well as baked goods and prepared food. Raw, vegan, and gluten-free options abound.
Kale Me Crazy
At Inman Park's Kale Me Crazy, juicers can get cold-pressed bottles, smoothies, salads, and acai bowls from owner Roi Shlomo, also the founder of frozen yogurt chain Yogli Mogli.
LottaFrutta serves "exotic fruit juices" either milk- or water-based. Try flavors like Andean blackberry, mango, and passionfruit.
Nectar offers a range of cleanses in addition to juices, smoothies, hot beverages, breakfast options, and lunchtime panini, soups, and salads. Nectar offers catering and has its own truck.
In Sweet Auburn Curb Market, Rawesome Juicery recently expanded and now sells bottles in addition to cold-pressed juices and smoothies to go.
This Dallas-based shop opened a location in Buckhead's Shops Around Lenox in July. Find cold-pressed juices, cleanse packages, and healthy snacks at the store seven days a week.