The Twin Cities’ Best Juice Bars

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Juice for lunch: Who would have thought? Start replacing those mid-morning donuts and high-calorie lunches with high-quality (and mighty-good-tasting) juices.

A quick and easy way to get more nutrients and vitamins into your system is simply to add a little juice to your daily diet. When it comes to food consumption, we could all lay off saying  “no” for awhile — no fat, no sugar, no gluten, nonono… and start saying “yes” – yes to more vitamins and yes to these nutrients instead.

Don’t have time, or the funds to buy an expensive juicer, to make your own? Not a problem. Check out these delicious juice bars in Twin Cities:

Truce: www.drinktruce.com

Truce is Minnesota’s first 100% organic fresh-pressed juice shop. Founded by two local women with a commitment to health and wellness, this place is your one-stop-shop for great quality and equally delicious drinks. Along with organic juices, they also offer house-made cashew milks, raw and vegan salads, soups, acai bowls, smoothies, and cleanse packages.

Juice So Good: www.sogoodsoyou.com

This is a great option if you’re looking to try out that juice cleanse your friend said worked wonders for her, or sign up for a monthly subscription service: Select your cleanse, choose a shipment date, and have it delivered to your door. They also offer a subscription service for babies in the form of organic baby food pouches. If subscriptions aren’t your thing, they do make juices (obviously) and smoothies, and wellness shots as well. All products are also sold in-store; you can find your closest location on their website above.

Whole Sum Kitchen: www.wholesumkitchen.com

Cold-pressed juices? Check. Acai bowls? Check. Coffee beverages? Check. This cafe is a great option when you want to grab a quick, but still incredibly healthy, bite to eat, or drink. With breakfast and lunch options made fresh from their kitchen, this place may just become a consistent pit stop in your morning routine.

Green Bee Juicery: www.greenbeejuicery.com

Another good option if you’re looking for a (weekly) subscription service, and especially so if you’re concerned about where your produce comes from. Green Bee offers cold-pressed juices a;; made from locally-sourced, sustainably-grown produce. 

Passionflower: www.passionflowermn.com

First, check out their menu. Adventurous, right? Yum to every description listed. Passionflower? Take all my money. Seriously, I want to try everything here. This secret place is so worth sharing — located inside Alchemy in Highland Park, Passionflower is open to the public daily.

Agra Culture: www.agra-culture.com

This is a tasty option for all (good) things eat and drink. While they offer an extensive selection of juices and smoothies, they also have a full menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The best of all worlds. They are advocates for using real food with the freshest ingredients, which you can taste after the first ‘gulp’ or ‘bite.’