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A Guide to D.C.'s Juice Bar Scene

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For as many over-the-top restaurants, cozy comfort food meals, and decadent sweet shops there are in the DMV, the region also has a solid line-up of healthful juice bars offering everything from celery detoxes to nutrient-rich fresh smoothies and juices to snacks like ranch kale chips.

Here’s where to get freshly bottled cold-pressed juice in the DMV area, whether for a cleanse or to swap out an occasional lunch or dessert. These juice shops also sell healthful treats too.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Puree Artisan Juice Bar

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Puree Artisan Juice Bar has been squeezing juices and plating healthful vegan snacks for a decade, with locations at Bethesda Row, Tysons Corner, D.C.’s Sibley Hospital, and Rockville. For detoxing, find a variety of super-food-fueled juice cleanse regimes here. The “Green Lemon-aid” with spinach, romaine, kale, cucumber, celery, lemon, cayenne pepper, filtered water, and a hint of sweet agave is a good place to start. (These shops are also a pick-up point for popular and now online-only local juice brand Jrink).

Asian cucumber roll stuffed with veggies and quinoa at Puree Artisan Juice Bar.
Puree Artisan Juice Bar’s offerings span beyond juices to vegan treats like this Asian cucumber roll filled with veggies and quinoa.
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The WaterHole

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Prince George's County turns to The WaterHole for juices, smoothies, and celery detoxes, as well as other plant-based fare. This chill spot is also the place to go for bags of seamoss.

Bar and Bean DC

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Opened in D.C.’s Edgewood neighborhood in 2019, Bar and Bean offers green juice, beet juice, and more flavors, along with smoothies and smoothie bowls. Get organized for the week with vegan meal prep, or try a juice cleanse.

Naked Lunch

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This organic grocery store chain that began in Rockville serves a variety of juices at its in-store Naked Lunch cafe. Try the “Pink Lady” with apple, orange, beet, ginger, lemon, lime, and kombucha or the carrot, apple, lime, and ginger-infused “Bright Idea.”

JACO Juice & Taco Bar

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Jaco combines a juice bar with something a bit unexpected—a taqueria serving burritos, tacos, quesadillas, and bowls. The Georgetown location serves juices like the Blueberry Hill with pineapple, kale, blueberry, and coconut water.

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Greenheart Juice Bar & Cafe

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Stylish health food chain Greenheart Juice Shop has been planting shops in Northern Virginia (such as Vienna, Aldie, and Leesburg) and now, the brand is moving into D.C. with a Union Market outpost and soon Georgetown. Juices are heavy on nutrient-dense ingredients, as seen in “MJ” green juice, “Naked Roots” beet juice, and “Liquid Gold” carrot juice.

A bottle of juice from Greenheart Juice Bar & Cafe Greenheart Juice Bar & Cafe

The owners of Baltimore’s Gangster Vegan established a presence in D.C. last year with Rawish, a healthful raw food counter at Foggy Bottom’s new Western Market food hall. Besides snacks like ranch kale chips, try the “Energize” with dragonfruit, or the “Refresh” with pineapple, mint, apple, and blue spirulina.

Fruitive

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Healthful fast-casual chain Fruitive first opened in Virginia Beach and moved into D.C. with outposts in the CityCenterDC development and Dupont Circle. At Fruitive, “produce blend” juices include options like the “Super Citrus” or a veggie-packed “All Greens.”

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This growing cold-press juice company and cafe now has nearly a dozen locations in D.C. and Virginia, from Del Ray to Georgetown to Falls Church. (A newly-announced outpost in Maryland’s Pike & Rose development is on the way too). Order cleanses or juice packs online, and five percent of each juice bottle purchase goes to the brand’s nonprofit arm Fruitful Planet.

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Toastique

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Cold-pressed juice options at this fancy toast shop include the “Metabolize” with cucumber, jalapeño, pineapple, apple, and mint. The rapidly-expanding breakfast bar is open across the area in Dupont, the Wharf, Alexandria, and Navy Yard, with locations coming soon to Union Market and Columbia.

Turning Natural

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Turning Natural describes itself as “health movement” instead of just a juice bar, and this local company has expanded to add locations in Anacostia, District Heights, Shaw, Takoma, Eastern Market, and H Street NE. Order a cleanse or sign up for a juicing class. In addition to colorful juices and smoothies (think the “Green Latifah” juice with fennel, apple, ginger, and lemon), the shops sell snacks like salads, vegan pastries, and more.

Puree Artisan Juice Bar

Asian cucumber roll stuffed with veggies and quinoa at Puree Artisan Juice Bar.
Puree Artisan Juice Bar’s offerings span beyond juices to vegan treats like this Asian cucumber roll filled with veggies and quinoa.
Puree Artisan Juice Bar official

Puree Artisan Juice Bar has been squeezing juices and plating healthful vegan snacks for a decade, with locations at Bethesda Row, Tysons Corner, D.C.’s Sibley Hospital, and Rockville. For detoxing, find a variety of super-food-fueled juice cleanse regimes here. The “Green Lemon-aid” with spinach, romaine, kale, cucumber, celery, lemon, cayenne pepper, filtered water, and a hint of sweet agave is a good place to start. (These shops are also a pick-up point for popular and now online-only local juice brand Jrink).

Asian cucumber roll stuffed with veggies and quinoa at Puree Artisan Juice Bar.
Puree Artisan Juice Bar’s offerings span beyond juices to vegan treats like this Asian cucumber roll filled with veggies and quinoa.
Puree Artisan Juice Bar official

The WaterHole

Prince George's County turns to The WaterHole for juices, smoothies, and celery detoxes, as well as other plant-based fare. This chill spot is also the place to go for bags of seamoss.

Bar and Bean DC

Opened in D.C.’s Edgewood neighborhood in 2019, Bar and Bean offers green juice, beet juice, and more flavors, along with smoothies and smoothie bowls. Get organized for the week with vegan meal prep, or try a juice cleanse.

Naked Lunch

This organic grocery store chain that began in Rockville serves a variety of juices at its in-store Naked Lunch cafe. Try the “Pink Lady” with apple, orange, beet, ginger, lemon, lime, and kombucha or the carrot, apple, lime, and ginger-infused “Bright Idea.”

JACO Juice & Taco Bar

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Jaco combines a juice bar with something a bit unexpected—a taqueria serving burritos, tacos, quesadillas, and bowls. The Georgetown location serves juices like the Blueberry Hill with pineapple, kale, blueberry, and coconut water.

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Greenheart Juice Bar & Cafe

A bottle of juice from Greenheart Juice Bar & Cafe Greenheart Juice Bar & Cafe

Stylish health food chain Greenheart Juice Shop has been planting shops in Northern Virginia (such as Vienna, Aldie, and Leesburg) and now, the brand is moving into D.C. with a Union Market outpost and soon Georgetown. Juices are heavy on nutrient-dense ingredients, as seen in “MJ” green juice, “Naked Roots” beet juice, and “Liquid Gold” carrot juice.

A bottle of juice from Greenheart Juice Bar & Cafe Greenheart Juice Bar & Cafe

Rawish

The owners of Baltimore’s Gangster Vegan established a presence in D.C. last year with Rawish, a healthful raw food counter at Foggy Bottom’s new Western Market food hall. Besides snacks like ranch kale chips, try the “Energize” with dragonfruit, or the “Refresh” with pineapple, mint, apple, and blue spirulina.

Fruitive

Healthful fast-casual chain Fruitive first opened in Virginia Beach and moved into D.C. with outposts in the CityCenterDC development and Dupont Circle. At Fruitive, “produce blend” juices include options like the “Super Citrus” or a veggie-packed “All Greens.”

South Block

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This growing cold-press juice company and cafe now has nearly a dozen locations in D.C. and Virginia, from Del Ray to Georgetown to Falls Church. (A newly-announced outpost in Maryland’s Pike & Rose development is on the way too). Order cleanses or juice packs online, and five percent of each juice bottle purchase goes to the brand’s nonprofit arm Fruitful Planet.

South Block

Toastique

Cold-pressed juice options at this fancy toast shop include the “Metabolize” with cucumber, jalapeño, pineapple, apple, and mint. The rapidly-expanding breakfast bar is open across the area in Dupont, the Wharf, Alexandria, and Navy Yard, with locations coming soon to Union Market and Columbia.

Turning Natural

Turning Natural describes itself as “health movement” instead of just a juice bar, and this local company has expanded to add locations in Anacostia, District Heights, Shaw, Takoma, Eastern Market, and H Street NE. Order a cleanse or sign up for a juicing class. In addition to colorful juices and smoothies (think the “Green Latifah” juice with fennel, apple, ginger, and lemon), the shops sell snacks like salads, vegan pastries, and more.

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