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Juice Press

Map & Directions 70 E. First St.
New York, NY 10003
  • Health
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Snack Food
  • None
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

Walk into this tiny Lower East Side storefront and you're instantly hit with a wave of citrusy smells. Fresh fruit rests in baskets hanging over the bustling team of employees who are busy juicing and blending, making all kinds of organic juices and smoothies. There are juice cleanses, made with cold-pressed juices and meant to help your digestive system. Do they work? It seems to for the svelte, stylish 20-somethings who often sit outside on the benches with their dogs. A few of the many ingredients you might drink down in your juice: cucumber, ripe tomato, sweet potato, watermelon, sea salt, ginger and much, much more. The smoothies are all vegan and made without refined sugar; fruits like ripe banana and organic berries are mixed with raw nut milks and boosters such as rice protein powder and maca powder. A fridge full of bottled juices provides drinks for those on the go, with free delivery available as well.—Keith Wagstaff

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Tips from foursquare

  • DailyCandy on 12/09/10

    Chug a Ginger Fireball when you feel a cold coming on or order a juice-cleanse delivery.

  • Village Voice on 06/29/12

    Make sure to check out Juice Press's booth at 4Knots Festival 7/14 at South Street Seaport!

  • GourmetLive on 04/28/11

    Gossip Girl’s Kelly Rutherford gives Juice Press a call when she is looking for “something that tastes good and is convenient.” They will deliver any of their juices right to your door.

  • LogoTV on 10/09/12

    Feelin sicky? Try a Volcano (cold pressed ginger, lime, etc.). <3 the raw oatmeal too. Feelin fat? Try a daylong juice cleanse. - Marc Sinoway, Hunting Season

  • Barrett B. on 12/04/11

    Check out the advertising. Completely unconventional.

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