Our Favorite Green Juices In Miami

Published on: June 15, 2016

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Three green drinks in mason jars

Summer is knocking at the door, and with it, temperatures are rising in South Florida. Here are our favorite spots to fuel up and cool down in Miami during those hot summer days.

Dr Smood

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Dr Smood, a healthy fast-food café/boutique, opened its flagship in Wynwood late last year. The rapidly expanding juice cafe features a variety of energizing juices, salads, sandwiches and small bites. Dr Smood is almost as pretty as it is delicious, featuring plenty of marble, dark wood, low-ceilings and plush seating.



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Miami’s king of the cold-pressed juicing scene, JugoFresh, has turned a once foreign concept in South Florida into a phenomenon and expanded exponentially since its launch. Its inventive juices made with local fruits and veggies are the huge draw, but the chain has also now expanded to include salads, bowls and even vegan-friendly baked goods.

Jucy Lu
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Jucy Lu carries a variety of Miami-inspired, cold pressed juices, smoothies, nut milks, along with food options such as soba noodle salads, quinoa bowls and raw lemon tarts. The team there creates delicious treats made with organic ingredients, and believes in the power of raw energy and the importance of being in harmony with nature.

Nativ Made


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With a mission to prove that fast food doesn’t have to be bad food, Nativ Made brings you food that fits your busy lifestyle with organic, local ingredients. Try their signature salads, delicious pasties, cold-pressed juices, snacks, and fair-trade coffee for something healthy, delicious and quick. Find them located in Nantucket or in the lobby of 1 Hotel South Beach.

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