Since opening its flagship shop in the Brentwood neighborhood of Nashville in 2013, the “overwhelmingly vegetarian, gluten-free, organic” grab-and-go health concept has franchised throughout the Southeast from West Virginia to Florida.
The forthcoming Charlotte locations are the first in North Carolina.
The Juice Bar menu features juices ($5.50-7.50), smoothies ($5.50-11.75), essential oil shots ($3) and juice cleanses ($33/day). There’s also a limited food menu with things like quinoa salad, fruit cups and parfaits.
Although the menu is the same across all locations, according to their site Juice Bar sources seasonal produce locally when possible so we’re curious to see which Charlotte area farms will be tapped for that.
We put in a call to MPV properties and Juice Bar for more details on their timeline but don’t have details yet. We’ll keep you posted.
@katie_levans we’re excited too. No projected dates just yet but as soon a we have something concrete will be on our website.
— The Juice Bar ♥︎ (@ilovejuicebar) May 11, 2015
In the meantime, if you’re looking for juice right this second you can find it at these Charlotte-based juice bars:
- Luna’s Living Kitchen (South End)
- Viva Raw (Uptown – 7th Street Public Market)
- Green Brother’s Juice (Uptown – Bank of America Plaza)
- Healthy Home Market (Plaza Midwood)