Hip and healthful: Vancouver's top juice bars

Whether you’re after a healthy post workout smoothie, or want to do a full on juice cleanse to detox, Vancouver has several options for those that want to drink their fruit and veggies. [Photo courtesy of Nectar Juicery]

The Juice Truck

1
28 5th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1H5

The Juice Truck started out as a mobile truck serving up fresh fruit and vegetable-based juices to the denizens of downtown. They had so much success they opened a store on West 5th to bring their healthy liquids to more people. The bricks-and-mortar shop offers cold-pressed juice, smoothies, juice cleanses, and light vegetarian meals and snacks, like salad, natural energy bars and acai bowls.

Nectar Juicery

2
102 Hastings St W, Vancouver, BC V6B 1G8

This contemporary juice bar in Gastown specializes in 100 percent organic cold-pressed juices, dairy-free milk alternatives, nourishing snacks and multi-day cleanses. Healthful bottles are packed with nutrient-dense produce sourced from local organic growers. If you really want to get your greens, opt for the Devotion, which features more than 2lbs of veggies. All of the staff are certified holistic nutritionists, so they’ll be able to answer any questions you have about alkalizing ingredients, antioxidants, inflammation and more. If you’re downtown, be sure to check out Nectar’s mobile juice cart at Granville and West Georgia.

Krokodile Pear

3
518 Davie St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2G4

Krokodile Pear likes to keep it local, and as such every juice is named after a B.C. destination. The shop makes their cold-pressed juices in small batches and keeps them on tap for quicker service. Additionally they sell smoothies, juice shots, nut milks, juice cleanses, and organic snacks at both their Davie Street and Kitsilano locations. For something a little different, try the toxin-absorbing Blackcomb juice made with lemon, maple syrup, cayenne pepper and activated charcoal.

Glory Juice

4
4027 MacDonald St, Vancouver, BC V6L 2N8

These folks bottle organic cold-pressed juice and nut milk for on-the-go health devotees. Each bottle from Glory Juice Co. boasts two pounds of organic produce, making their juice-cleanse kits a popular choice for those looking for a filling meal replacement option. The juice bar is located in Arbutus Ridge, but if you’re really short on time home delivery is available too.

Radicle Juice

5
3088 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5T 3G5

Mt Pleasant’s newest local juice and smoothie bar also offers delicious and healthy soups, salads and acai bowls. Radicle Juice serves drinks in branded glass tumblers to cut down on waste, and customers can purchase their own mugs for future discounts on juice and smoothie orders.

Leafy Box

6
1155 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R8

This family-run juice, smoothie and salad bar is owned by a pediatrician and holistic healer – so you know their juices have got to be healthy. All of the cold-pressed juices are locally made with raw, natural ingredients loaded with vitamins and enzymes. The Essential Green juice (packed with kale, spinach, celery, cucumber, parsley apple, lemon and ginger is their bestseller. If you’d like to try one a juice cleanse but can’t make it down to the Yaletown shop, Leafy Box also offers home delivery services.

The People's Juicery

7
108-1058 Mainland St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2T4

The People’s Juicery sells delicious cold-pressed juices out of their Yaletown shop. There are four pounds of organic produce in every bottle, and over 70 different juice recipes are rotated through their daily menu. The juice bar also focuses on restorative juice cleanses and will work with individual clients to find one that suits your lifestyle.

Sejuiced Vegetarian Restaurant

8
1958 4th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V6J 1M5

Located on West 4th, Sejuiced offers a long list of juices and smoothies made with local organic produce. They have a large food menu too, but you won’t find any meat here. Sejuiced is a vegetarian and vegan operation, so their tasty soups, salads, rice bowls, and sandwiches are plant based and deliciously healthy.

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