• Juicy Lucy Juice Bar

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  • White Vegetarian
Fast food
Juice bar

Latin juice bar offering selection of gluten-free cakes, cookies, and treats with vegan options, plus vegetarian tamales served with side of salsa. Known for acai rio bowls and smoothies. Produces small batches of organic cold pressed juice daily; also fresh juice, smoothies, coffee, and refresco. Take-out only. Open Mon-Thu 7:30am-10:30pm, Fri 7:30am-11:00pm, Sat-Sun 7:30am-10:30pm.

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2 Reviews

First Review by Poundie


Points +13

16 Jul 2021

Favorite Juice Bar in the East Village

I have been a Juicy Lucy customer for over a decade—they make the best fresh smoothies and juices in the East Village. They're always made fresh on the spot before your eyes, and they're always really, really good. Their coffee and baked goods are also fantastic. I really like supporting this place, because it is so small, because the staff always seem happy in what they're doing, and because they are doing so many things so very right with their food and drink. It's kind of an Alphabet City institution.

Like the other reviewer said, if you're looking for a restaurant, this isn't one—but what it is, is a fantastic neighborhood juice bar with really lot of vegetarian and vegan options (I don't think they have any non-veg items at all).

Pros: Awesome smoothies and juices, Friendly staff, Good value

Cons: No seating area (but there is a park nearby FWIW)



Points +13065

14 May 2021

Lower East side juice place

This place should be listed as a juice place, rather than a restaurant. It sells juices/smoothies and related items, such as acai bowls. They have a bunch of vegan items, but not all is vegan.

This place is teeny--no place to sit, except for a small outdoor bench. The juices here are fine and healthy, and it has a down home, friendly, Lower East Side vibe that many might find quite attractive. It also has a (even smaller) annex in the form of a kiosk on 1st Street and 1st Avenue (albeit with different opening hours).

Pros: Healthy, Lower East Side vibe

Cons: Teeny-tiny

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