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An arty juice brand expands in Miami


(Photo: Instagram.com/jugofresh)
Hip and healthy Miamians worship at the altar of Jugofresh. (Pictured: Jugofresh Wynward. Photo: Instagram.com/jugofresh)

 

With its super-cool, arty aesthetic and innovative juice and food menu (think organic chocolate chlorophyll bowls and aloe-alkaline water with cat’s claw bark extract), Jugofresh is quickly, if not already, becoming Miami’s answer to Juice Press and Pressed Juicery.

Jugofresh is known for its envelope-pushing design choices.
Jugofresh is known for its uber-cool design.

The cold-pressed juice purveyor with five locations just announced two new ones opening during April and May in Miami Beach and Coral Gables, respectively. That will continue bringing Jugofresh into neighborhoods that appreciate its cool juices, like “Ashram” and “Vamos Green,” and its aesthetic. Jugofresh South Point will feature a state of the art glass walk in refrigerator, and Santona Corner “has an Amsterdam-meets-Japan feel to it,” Jugofresh explains. We can’t wait to see what that means.

According to Ocean Drive‘s Editor in Chief, Buckley Woodward, “every human being in Miami goes there every day!” And given the rapid rate of Jugofresh’s expansion, that’s unlikely to go south anytime soon—unless we’re speaking geographically. That we could totally see. —Jamie McKillop

Jugofresh Continuum, 40 South Pointe Drive, Miami Beach; Jugofresh Santona Corner, 1430 South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, www.jugofresh.com