Where to find cold-pressed juice in Vancouver

Dropping in at one of Vancouver’s many juice bars is a great way to get a healthy boost of energy any time of day. Providing many essential micronutrients and minerals, cold-pressed juice is the ultimate guilt-free pick-me-up. Why not treat yourself to some nourishing nectar at these local juice bars.

Rain City Juicery

417 Columbia St, New Westminster, BC V3L 1A9

Make the trip to New Westminister and you’ll see for yourself why Rain City Juicery proves that growlers aren’t just meant for beer. Unlike many grab-and-go juice bars, all of the cold-pressed creations here are made to order in front of you by expert mixologists. Extra ingredients such as muddled mint and splashes of jalapeño essence give these nutritious drinks a cocktail-inspired twist. Who knew green juice could be so much fun?

The Juice Truck

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

The Juice Truck was the first venture in the city to introduce Vancouverites to the benefits of juicing The original mobile truck first opened in 2011 and still serves up refreshing cold-pressed juices and smoothies daily from its semi-permanent parking spot at the corner of Water and Abbot in Gastown. If you’d prefer to sit down and savour your spicy apple juice or turmeric tonic, visit the Juice Truck storefront in Mount Pleasant. The bright and welcoming space also features a large co-work space, so you can get your greens while getting down to work

The Juicery

254 1st St E, North Vancouver, BC V7L 1B3

From the moment you step into The Juicery, visitors can feel the love and care that owners Christina Prevost and Alex Troll put into all of their delicious and nutritious juices. The juice bar has three locations across Vancouver, all carrying a wide variety of 100-percent organic cold-pressed juices (and handmade nut mylks) that have been developed by nutritionists and naturopaths. In the summer months, juices are also available in popsicle form – a big hit for the little ones!

If you want to mix up your regular study routine, skip the library and hit up a local café or bakery to get through your exam material. These student-friendly spots around Vancouver have strong coffee, free Wi-Fi, ample seating, and plenty of electrical outlets to keep your computer powered up through your cram session. Some are even open around the clock for the occasional nighttime grind.
When the temperature drops, it’s time for hot chocolate. This rich, creamy childhood classic gets a sophisticated twist thanks to the fine chocolatiers and baristas in the Lower Mainland. The tough part is deciding whether you want your hot chocolate with or without whipped cream!
Afternoon tea is the perfect excuse to dress up and enjoy the finer things in life. Pay a visit to these Vancouver teashops and indulge in a cup of tasty loose-leaf tea alongside delectable baked goods, petit fours and savoury finger sandwiches all plated on elegant tiered serving trays. The best part, you don’t even have to share!
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