Best juice bars in Toronto

It can be hard to maintain a healthy lifestyle in the hustle-bustle of Toronto city life. Juice bars are the perfect solution, offering quick grab-and-go options that are nutritious and tasty. Whether you’re looking to go on a cold-pressed juice cleanse, need a quick, filling smoothie or healthy snacks and lunch options, these top juice bars have you covered. [Photo courtesy of Greenhouse Juice]

Greenhouse Juice Co

5 MacPherson Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1W7

What started as a top-of-the-notch organic cold-pressed juice shop, with cleansing programs delivered to your door, has now expanded into an impressive healthy lifestyle brand. If you’re trying to get on a more plant-based diet, then you’re going to want to follow these guys. They’ve got a cookbook under their belt, plus provide free recipes on their blog. You can also order smoothies, hot drinks, breakfast pots, grab-and-go food, paninos, soups, chili, acai bowls and so much more at Greenhouse Juice. My personal favourite: The Gold Rush cold-pressed juice – it has a real nice spicy kick.

Village Juicery Inc

540 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1A6

Designed by nutritionists, you best believe their organic cold-pressed juices are some of the best. You can even book a consultation with a nutritionist to get a cleansing program designed just for you that combine juices and meals. They also have hot drinks and refreshing bar drinks like cold brew and kombucha, snacks, salads and breakfast options you can grab to go.

The Good Press

87 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1C1

Come here for the standout raw, organic cold-pressed juices that you can’t find elsewhere, like the Hawaii 5-0, which has pineapple, spinach, romaine, arugula and jalapeno in it. Or go for the popular anti-inflammatory and vision improving Eye Spy (carrot, apple, lemon and turmeric). There’s also acai bowls, smoothies and house-made organic fruit popsicles (available during warm seasons).

The Grow Op

222 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z9

Known for smoothies and acai bowls, The Grow Op also has a few cold-pressed juice options. You can also get sandwiches, salads, kombucha and healthy truffles here. Need your caffeine in the morning? Go for the number four smoothie – a mix of house-made cold brew concentrate, cacao powder, house-pressed hemp milk, banana, almond butter and maple syrup. They also make an in-house cold brew hemp milk latte, vegan ice capp and cold brew Americano.

Sanna's Farmacia Organic Juice Bar

2096 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4E 1E1

This organic juice bar on Queen Street East is one Matt Damon approves. Seriously, he’s been here and his favourite drink is the Chocolate Sanna Banana smoothie. They have a three-day detox program which is customized to your needs and offer workshops that make leading a healthy lifestyle fun. Plus, there’s elixirs you can add to your smoothie, juices, raw organic freezies and gut-healing probiotic shots, amongst other things. They even ferment their own jun soda, kombucha and water kefir.

Elxr Juice Lab

2901 Bayview Ave, North York, ON M2K 1E6

Grab a cold-pressed juice, hot drink, smoothie or kombucha on-tap while you shop. ELXR has a location at Bayview Village Mall and at Yorkville Village. They also have two daily cleanses: one for beginners and another more intense. You gotta try the Gold Brew, made in collaboration with Jimmy’s Coffee with a special cold brew blend, cashew mylk, alkaline water, turmeric and ginger juice, maple syrup, cinnamon and pink salt.

Bolt Fresh Bar

1170 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J5

Speaking of ELXR, this Queen West bar carries cold-pressed juices, booster shots and snack jars, like the dairy-free Toasted S’mores Parfait and Carrot Ginger Spice Probiotic Coconut Yoghurt. Also on the menu: salads, acai parfait, smoothies, gluten-free goodies from Sweet Hart Kitchen, hot drinks like the trending mushroom latte and more.


R3-120 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1T1

Conveniently located in the Richmond-Adelaide Centre inside Toronto’s PATH, OJ’s is a great juice shop to hit for a healthy morning boost or break during work hours. They carry cold-pressed juices and immunity shots by Village Juicery and Rise kombucha. But they make their own smoothies and have breakfast options like smoothie bowls.

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