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Liquiteria at Lucky's

Map & Directions 170 2nd Ave.
New York, NY 10003
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212-358-0300
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Delivery, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly, Vegetarian Friendly
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In the interest of full disclosure, I must admit that when Doug Green, remarkably fit owner of Liquiteria at Lucky's, noticed that I was taking notes for the purpose of this assignment, he offeredaand I acceptedaa Berry Powerful smoothie, $5.95 worth of delicious fruit, soy, and what in another era might've been called "life giving" ingredients, whipped into a sippable cross between meal, desert, and beverage. But how much more scandalous would it have been had he given me an Orangasm?

 
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  • Ilana R. on 03/08/10

    If you want be really healthy, skip the blended drinks and go for a pressed juice in the fridge by the register. Pressed juices have twice the nutrients of a veggie juice from a regular juicer.

  • Modelinia on 08/25/10

    To stay healthy year-round, it’s crucial to get your daily serving of vitamins and minerals. Jetsetting model Ali Michael frequents this juice bar for delicious and nutritious raw beverages.

  • Matthew O. on 05/10/10

    The Grasshopper may be the single best thing I've ever tasted in my life.

  • naveen on 08/06/10

    after a long ride, try something simple like their take on a lemonade: purified water, lemon juice, agave. i tried the heavier combinations and i just couldn't take it (need to get used to the tastes)

  • Caroline M. on 03/28/09

    The Peaches and Dreams smoothie with an added liver detox boost will zap away your hangover like fairy dust!

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