Feeling the heat? Well, here are 5 Scottsdale juice bars that will help you beat the heat, keep hydrated and stay healthy through the end of summer (and yes, the end is in sight!)
We are Scottsdale real estate experts who make it our job to know the community inside and out. Showing homes in the summer definitely makes us thirsty, so we know all the places to stop to hydrate our clients and keep them powered-up for more house hunting.
Here are a few of our favorites:
Hilton Village, Scottsdale
6137 N. Scottsdale Road
This California-based juice company has juices, smoothies, specialty drink “shots” and a mix of acai bowls. Order The Glow, with carrot, parsley, kale, spinach, celery, lemon and ginger, to add a flushed, refreshed look to your skin, or check out the Toxin Flush, with parsley, spinach, apples, lemon and ginger, to soothe your stomach.
Scottsdale Towne Center
15686 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.
Jamba Juice has been around for a long time, but it just recently started serving freshly squeezed juices alongside is traditional smoothie repertoire. My personal favorite is Tropical Greens, which is a combination of apples, pineapples, supergreens and chia seeds. Looking for more of a kick? Think about the Carrot Cayenne, with carrots, apples, ginger and cayenne pepper. Prepare yourself for a little bit of heat.
True Food Kitchen
15191 N. Scottsdale Rd.
Juby True’s menu has cold-pressed juices, smoothies and boosters. An addition to Sam Fox’s True Food restaurant, the juice menu is “built on the belief that good nutrition should always taste amazing”. You can also order a juice cleanse at Juby True as long as you place your order 24 hours in advance.
Kaleidoscope juice offers cold pressed juice + high vibe food. Their juices are sorted into a number of categories including Greens, Roots + Fruits, Detox, Protein and Coffee. If you’re feeling ill, Kaleidoscope has a juice called the flu shot, which can help get rid of your symptoms through the power of oil of oregano, garlic, turmeric root, ginger, cayenne, lemon and green apple. Much better than forcing yourself to drink Buckley’s cough syrup.
The “produce packing” cousin of Mojo, the Grayhawk Golf Club’s morning breakfast joint, moju offers health-conscious patrons a wide selection of juices and smoothies from 6:30 am to 2:00 pm. Check out the Tree Hugger, a blend of organic raw blue agave, bananas and strawberries, or the Clean Machine, with beet, apple, ginger, lemon and parsley. 16 oz. juices and smoothies are $7.
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