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Pressed Juicery’s first East Coast store is now open in Noho


Pressed JuiceryAfter warming up by installing refrigerators in Equinox gyms across New York City and in Condé Nast’s cafeteria in One World Trade Center, popular California juice brand Pressed Juicery (with more than 30 locations on the West Coast) finally opened its first East Coast juice bar on Tuesday, November 2.

The storefront is located on Lafayette Street between Houston and Bleecker Streets in Noho and stocks the Los Angeles-based company’s cold-pressed juices and cleanses at just $6.50 per bottle (much cheaper compared to all-organic brands in NYC like Juice Press).

While we’re awaiting more details, Pressed Juicery’s website notes that two more locations, at Columbus Circle and Westfield Fulton Center are coming soon, which means that soon you’ll be able to sip the popular “Greens 3” in various corners of Manhattan.

And with mega juice brand Organic Avenue having just shuttered its ten Gotham stores for good, it’s an interesting time for Pressed to make a mark on the Manhattan juice scene. —Jamie McKillop

Pressed Juicery, 329 Lafayette St., New York, NY, 10012, pressedjuicery.com

(Photo: Instagram.com/PressedJuicery)