Where to Grab a Green Juice & More in HTX
As new juice spots keep popping up in the Houston-area, I try to make it out to them ASAP to see what kind of juice they have, or if there's anything special items or ingredients they have, and most importantly are their juices any good? Here is a list of my favorite green juice spots along with any extra menu items that are equally healthy and delicious.
Nektar Juice Bar
The California based juice chain opened its doors in Houston earlier this spring 2017 in Greenway Plaza area and has already opened up a second location in Midtown. Here you can mostly pick up smoothies, juices, acai bowls, and dairy free ice cream! The ice cream is cashew milk based, so for all my dairy-free/vegan friends, Nektar will change our lives here in Houston.
Gray Street Location (open 7-9pm)
304 Gray Street
Houston, TX 77002
3800 Southwest Freeway #144
Houston, TX 77027
Nourish Juice & Smoothie Bar
Ever since the Nourish Smoothie and Jucie Bar opened up off Gray Street in Montrose/Midtown area it has become one of Houston's most familiar juice bars. that it also opened up a sister location which now serves coffee and healthy bites. It is great place to come in grab a coffee, food, and green juice to go right after a work out session. I recommend trying out thier tumeric milk smoothie, acai bowls, and their avocado toasts (available at the Nourish + Kalos location).
Nourish Juice Bar + Kalos Coffee Co (open 7am-8pm)
After taking over most of Austin, Juiceland made it's way to Houston along with Black Swan Yoga Studio. Juiceland boasts a number of original juices, cold pressed juices, smoothies, smoothie bowls, tonic shots, and even kid-friendly smoothies. To be honest, I haven't tried many smoothies, but mostly becuase I am in love with their Halle Berry Hallelujah Bowl. It was seriously love at first bite and enhaled the rest of the bowl.
This place is literally all juice and tonic. There's definitely a no fuss, no wait, and no wondering what is in the juices. Everything is visible as soon as you step in their Rice Village location. All juices are prepped and stored in coolers and you an just go in choose your juice, pay, and be out within 2 mins tops. Not ad for on the go Houston hustlers with places to go, drink, and be healthy.
Sustain Juicery & Juice Well
This spot has been whipping up juices and acai bowls for a while now out is Braeswood area. It is tucked away in a shopping center right across from Whole Foods and if I had not GPS's it I probably would not have ever seen it. No matter the location, the juices are great, the service is always on point, and music vibes are always perfect. Their sister store JUICE WELL also opened up in the past year and has also been 'juicin' things up Greenway Plaza area right by Levy Park. So if you're either one of these hoods make sure to stop and get a green juice.
You can find this chic little corn of juice and coffee also off Westheimer in the Greenway Plaza area. Bebidas not only carries juice, smoothies, and coffee, but they also have a few light bite options, and pastries to help carry you through your morning or afternoon. plus, they carry doughnuts and avocado toast--2 things I do not say no to for breakfast. There is plenty of seating outside and a few spots inside.
Revolucion Coffee + Juice
I first encountered Revolucion at Revolution studio and followed them over to their Heights location off Shepherd. The juice and coffee shop really has surprised me with non dairy milk based coffees, snacks, pitaya bowls, and all around juice and smoothies they curn out each day. A few of the millks they make in house are almond mlk and cashew milk! I definitely recommend checking out their iced lattes with these plant based milks mixed in
1231 W. 11TH ST. (opened 7am-7pm Mon-friday & 7aa-5pm weekends)
You can find this 'suite' spot in the up and coming East Down aka EADO area of Houston. Everyday a ton of people flock to this cafe to sip on juice, coffee, grab a bite to eat, and indulge on of their super delish desserts. My personal faves here are their chia pudding, acai bowls, tonics, and of course the cupcakes! One tip I have is to arrive early especially if you're meeting a group! this place can get pretty traffic-ky.
2001 Commerce St, Houston, TX 77002 (Mon-Fri 7-12am; Sat/Sun 10am-12am)
This little list of mine has been in the making for over a couple of months now and just feels so good to share more things like this with you guys! I know there are probably way more spots that I can think of especially in the suburbs of Houston. If you got a place, let me know in the comments. I'd love to check it out!