You don’t have to wait until the New Year to work on your summer body. Actually, you don’t have to work on your body at all to enjoy a good juice or smoothie bar. These Black-owned juice and smoothie bars are located near and far, but perhaps might be the place you need to help get you through the day or encourage your health journey.
Fusion Smoothie and Juice Bar
Fusion Smoothie and Juice Bar was created by a Registered Nurse that wants to give others access to a healthier lifestyle.
Green Grotto Juice Bar
Los Angeles, CA
Juiceologist Kieran Roberts opened a tech-forward juice bar in downtown Los Angeles.
Grind House Juice Bar
Grind House Juice Bar offers cafe goodies and is completely vegan, so everyone can enjoy.
Two Snellville moms created the juice bar after wanting a place to get refreshed after a good workout.
Just Picd Juices
Just Picd strives to offer “healthier alternatives” to those in the Norfolk area.
Malamiah Juice Bar
Grand Rapids, MI
A father was encouraged by his son’s reaction to his juices that he learned that the community he lived in was also interested in pursuing a healthier lifestyle.
P1 Natural Juice And Snack Bar
Order a vegan burger to go along with your juice at P1 Natural Juice and Snack Bar.
Sage Juice Bar & Cafe
A FAMU alum created a juice bar and cafe in the suburbs of Atlanta.
Supernatural offers cold-pressed juices and cafe meals that hint towards the family’s Caribbean roots.
Washington, D.C., District Heights, MD, Oxion Hills, MD
An aeronautical engineer quit her job to take over her mother’s juice bar which helps others embrace a holistic, affordable lifestyle.
XTRACT JUICE BAR
A local entrepreneur launched XTRACT JUICE BAR where you can get good juices and cafe snacks.
Of course, you can find (and add) more Black-owned juice bars on Eboneats.com.