The Best Juice Bars in Toronto
The best juice bars in Toronto are enjoying their moment in the sun and making it easy to guzzle the best of nature's goodness. Whether consumed for the perceived health benefits or just enjoyed for their deliciousness, these establishments have got you covered with everything from fancy cold-pressed concoctions, blended smoothies, concentrated shots, and even the occasional nut milk.
Here are the best juice bars in Toronto.
This unassuming juice bar in the heart of the Village keeps its lineup of liquids simple. There’s no complicated blends, equipment, or detox plans - just smoothies and juices blended from fresh fruit and vegetables. Prices are significantly cheaper than most on this list. Order a litre of orange or carrot juice for just $8.50.
This chain of restaurants is best known for its abundant vegetarian offerings but the list of cold pressed juices, smoothies, immunity boosting shots, power shakes, and super-milks occupies almost half of its expansive menu. Try the beet root frappé (starting at $6.50) for a frothy, frozen blend of carrot, beet, ginger, apple, and nutmeg.
This juice bar will a growing list of locations is quickly expanding to keep up with the demand for its raw, and living elixirs. Signature offerings include the Gold Rush ($8-$11), comprising pineapple, cucumber, lemon and ginger, and cold-pressed nut milks like the silky almond milk ($9-$12) sweetened with medjool dates.
Get your fill of fruits and veggies in the form of immunity boosting shots ($3-$6), juices ($6.50-$8), and smoothies ($7.50-$9) at this West Queen West joint. Menu favourites include the Lemon Tart smoothie ($9) made with lemon, banana, Medjool dates, vanilla, hemp hearts, lucuma, lemon juice, lemon zest, coconut milk, and a pinch of Himalayan salt.
The long list of juices and smoothies offered by this Queen East stalwart start with a list of basic fresh-pressed ($5.75 for 16oz / $11 for a litre) options. Try the Mellow Mix featuring a blend of strawberry, cucumber, ginger, and grapefruit, or opt for "premium juices" like the Detox Darling comprising a nutrient-rich mix of apple, kale, wheatgrass and milk thistle.
Start your morning at this beverage bar across from Ossington subway station, where the specialties are espresso and juice. The sunny spot offers signature drinks like The Super Hero ($7) made with apple, pineapple, fennel, and cucumber, plus smoothies like the Purple Velvet ($6.60) packed with cucumber, blueberries, banana, chocolate, and almond milk.
Don't expect to find a wall of pre-filled bottles at this juicery on College at Ossington. Seasonal juices like the Honey Dew Me ($6.75), featuring honeydew, cantaloupe, orange and ginger, are blended fresh to order, plus there's the option to concoct custom beverages from a list of fresh ingredients.
Located in the Commerce Court concourse outside King station, this juice bar keeps its menu of juices, slushies, and smoothies cheap, cheerful and ready to-go. The bevy of beverages ($3.65-$6) includes options like honeydew and mixed berries, or customize your order from a list of fresh ingredients.
This juice bar on Bayview extols the benefits of cold-press juicing which it claims maintains higher nutrient levels and a better taste than blended varieties. Here the pure, raw extracts include options like the Sour Shower made with beets and lime starting at $5 per cup, while shakes ($4.50+) customized with a choice of milk, soy, almond, yogurt or coconut water base come in blends like blueberry with mango and banana.
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