The Butcher’s Daughter—Former nightlife maven Heather Tierney built her reputation as a mixologist at New York spots like Pulqueria and Apotheke. She recently opened The Butcher’s Daughter, a hybrid juice bar and vegetarian ”butcher” shop. Visitors can sip on immune-boosting juices and elixir shots while enjoying “beet tartare” and “charcuterie” plates featuring roasted vegetable terrine, broccoli rillette, and cashew ricotta. Colorful concoctions, such as the Hang Over Killer, make this a must-visit spot for New York City juice lovers. The only location is in Nolita.
Juice Press—Super greens come in liquid form at Juice Press, which creates healthy, raw, and delicious juices with bold ingredients. Think spicy citrus, pineapple, and enhanced waters, like damascena rose. Need a kick of energy? Add some Peruvian macca to your mixture. Plus, Juice Press’ West Village location is a stunning, spacious, glass-walled space – well worth the hike into Manhattan.
Magic Mix Juicery—The Financial District is full of freshly squeezed hangout spots for stressed-out workers on deadlines. Magic Mix Juicery is a relatively new addition to the mix, but it has already become a mainstay in the neighborhood. Jil Larsen, a certified health coach, teamed up with Lawrence Todd of Earth Matters to create this inventive, grab-and-go concept juice bar. They also serve plant-based food and smoothies, but many come for their high-quality spinach, kale, and ginger-packed juices.
Liquiteria—This East Village juice bar has two neighborhood locations for maximum juice options. They offer health-minded drinks and bites, crafting signature, cold-pressed juices. Liquiteria recently expanded their food menu to include everything from spinach hummus to quinoa brownies. If you visit either location, be prepared to spend a few extra dollars on superb service, ingredients, and taste.