Looking for a juice bar in Pittsburgh? Good news — a lot have sprung up in the city over the last three or four years. Whether you’re trying to incorporate more fruits and veggies into your diet, do a detox, or just enjoy a healthy drink, these local juiceries are here for it. Here are our favorite juicing spots around the city.

East Liberty: Kahuna Poke and Juice Bar

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Kahuna Poke and Juice Bar has an ideal location in East Liberty on Highland Ave. It’s half fast-casual Hawaiian street food, and half fresh smoothie and juice bar. They offer made-to-order shots, kombucha, and bottled cocktails featuring their cold-pressed juice. Kahuna is one of our biggest obsessions in East Liberty

East Liberty: Clean Juice

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Clean Juice is a family-owned company that uses organic and GMO-free ingredients. In addition to fresh juices and smoothies, Clean Juice also has acai bowls for a powered-up breakfast. Check out their seasonal summer menu with flavors like watermelon, cherry,  and mint. Clean Juice also has a second location in Wexford. 

Lawrenceville: Reed & Co. 

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Grab a cold-pressed juice the next time you find yourself on Butler Street in Lawrenceville. In addition to fresh juices and smoothies, Reed & Co. carries healthy snacks and salads that you can grab to go. 

Lawrenceville & Downtown: The Pittsburgh Juice Company

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The organic cold-pressed juices available from The Pittsburgh Juice Company come in the most perfect glass bottles. They offer cold-pressed juices like Witch’s Brew and Turmeric Lemonade, and Superfood Smoothies like Cashew Mocha and Strawberry Fields. You can find these juices at their Lawrenceville or Downtown locations, or order online. Start a PJC Juice program — it’s easy to order online and pick up in store.

Aspinwall, Oakland, Shadyside & Lawrenceville: Salúd Juicery

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Salúd Juicery offers juices, smoothies, shots, bowls and coffee at their multiple locations throughout the city. Try a Sweet Recovery juice with lemon, strawberries and agave, or a Detox Blend with spinach, kale, lemon, apple, pineapple and parsley. Salúd also offers several cleanses if you’re interested in doing a raw juice cleanse.   

Southside: Delanie’s Coffee

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Our favorite South Side coffee shop also makes fresh, cold-pressed raw juice every day. Delanie’s Coffee, located in the heart of Carson Street, offers coffees, teas, breakfast sandwiches, and juices. Delanie’s has a comfortable vibe and lots of seating, so grab a juice and read a book while enjoying your time there. 

Homestead: Live Fresh Cold Pressed Juice + Smoothie Bar

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Live Fresh is known for its 100% natural cold-pressed juices, fruit smoothies, and acai bowls. With juices like the 24 Carrot Ginger-Aid, Don’t Stop the Beet, and Kale Yeah!, you know you’ll be feeling great after you hit up this juice bar. You can even build your own smoothie, bowls and juices. They offer juice cleanses that range from 1-7 days as well. 

Wexford: Fresh From the Farm Juices

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Just like their name says, these juices come straight from the farm. Fresh From the Farm Juices use organic produce from local farms and communities. Their cold-pressed juice is slowly ground down for better flavor and more nutrients included. Their cleanses are raw and unpasteurized whether your juice is delivered, shipped or picked up. Try an organic juice, shot, cleanse, or a juice & yoga detox. 

Irwin: The Green Berry 

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The Green Berry in Irwin, PA, was recently featured on our list of reasons to spend a day in Irwin. This juice and smoothie café offers cold-pressed juice, smoothie bowls, coffee and wellness shots. Try some of their homemade granola and local honey in a smoothie bowl. 

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
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