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9 great Brooklyn juice bars


Brooklyn green juiceArtisanal bacon, kale salads, and culinary cocktails served by bearded bartenders may still rule Brooklyn’s food scene, but in the past year, juice bars have started to make their cold-pressed presence known, too.

“It all comes down to making quality juice and healthy eating accessible to everyone,” says Summers juice bar co-owner Christopher Taha. “Brooklyn is ready and eager.” (That goes for the borough’s boutique fitness renaissance, too.)

Like Summers, most of Brooklyn’s juice bars are small-batch producers with outer-borough charm, and not the bigger brands like Organic Avenue and Juice Generation, which cover Manhattan.

Here, we break down Brooklyn’s best places to get a (post-workout) green juice or smoothie right now…

Photo: Tiny Empire


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Brooklyn juice bar3 Roots

North Brooklyn’s spot for healthy food and juice infuses superfood ingredients into all of its creatively-named menu items, from smoothies like Horny Monk and Blu-Grass to a whole list of juice shots and Volcano Salads.

Photo: 3 Roots


Brooklyn green juiceCafe Anise at Awakening

Awakening is a wellness center that offers services from massages to Ayurvedic consultations. And you can also pop into the cafe, where juices are served alongside healthy salads, paninis, and more.

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Brooklyn juice barGrass Roots Juicery
East Williamsburg

A vintage fashion buyer opened this new space designed with weathered wood and a green wall. It serves made-to-order and cold-pressed juices, plus salads, smoothies, and vegan, gluten-free baked goods. And it has bar stools and a cozy cushioned bench for lingering. Perhaps after class at Sapere?

Photo: Grass Roots Juicery


Brooklyn juice barJuice Pedaler
Windsor Terrace

For the ultimate Brooklyn combo, Juice Pedaler is a full-service bike shop and juice bar and cafe in one. So you can get a “Tune-Up” green juice while shopping for helmets for the whole family.



Juice PressJuice Press
North Williamsburg

Just two short blocks from brand-new cycling studio Torque, Juice Press is the only big juice brand to have ventured across the river so far. Its irreverent marketing (i.e. Assertive women who drink juice are fucking sexy!) fits in just fine in Brooklyn.

Photo: Juice Press


Brooklyn juiceStoop Juice
Park Slope

The brownstone stroller set frequents this Seventh Avenue juice and smoothie bar, which also stocks a selection of healthy packaged goods, like protein bars and organic chocolate.

Photo: Stoop Juice


South Williamsburg

It feels like Montauk in this surf-inspired shop that’s home to a central picnic table for sipping and eating. Cold-pressed juices are served in glass milk bottles, or grab a Brooklyn Roasting Co. coffee with a cage-free fried egg and avocado sandwich on your way to Y7 Yoga.

Photo: Summers


Sun In BloomSun In Bloom
Park Slope

Aimee Follette’s adorable vegan, gluten-free, raw food restaurant is a go-to brunch spot for Brooklyn’s healthy eaters (Maggie Gyllenhaal, included). But it also cold-presses a selection of juices you can grab to go and blends superfood smoothies on the spot.

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Tiny EmpireTiny Empire

Appropriately-named Tiny Empire (it’s teeny!) was a trailblazer among Brooklyn juice bars, and it smartly set up shop right off Bedford Avenue, just steps from Kula Yoga and now, Brooklyn Bodyburn. When SoulCycle opened a few blocks away, it capitalized and created a yellow Soul Smoothie for riders.

Photo: Tiny Empire


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Photo: Sun In Bloom