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The top 25 juice bars in Toronto by neighbourhood

The top juice bars by neighbourhood will have you drinking your greens. Whether you're committed to full-blown cleanses or just need a pick me up after a devastating hangover, these spots will get you feeling healthier in a flash.

Here are my picks for the top juice bars in Toronto by neighbourhood.

Fresh is one of the most popular healthy eateries in the city and boasts four locations across the city (Annex, Queen West, West Queen West and Yonge & Eg). Aside from a menu stacked with vegan eats, it has an expansive juice menu with 15 cold-pressed varieties to choose from, as well as smoothies and nut milks.

Farmacia Juice Bar specializes in nutrient-dense drinks - ideal for carrying with your on boardwalk strolls or dogwalks. The menu includes a variety of elixirs, power shots, smoothies, probiotics and juices.

Spark Fresh Bar has a menu stacked with immune-boosting juices, smoothies and shots, ranging from the ever-popular green juices to date-sweetened almond milk creations. All drinks can be enhanced with vegan protein, spirulina or blue majik for an extra $2-$3.

Juice Box, located in the heart of the Village, specializes in fresh-squeezed fruit and vegetable juices. Forget complex blends, superfood boosters and cold pressed juicers, simplicity is key here. Bonus: it's a lot cheaper than most juice bars in the city, with 12 oz. beverages ringing in at a mere $3.50.

impact kitchen

Impact Kitchen is Corktown's go-to for healthful beverages and paleo eats. The menu features bowls, salads, and mains as well as smoothies, nut milks and cold-pressed juices (all made in-house).

The Big Carrot is a Danforth institution, accommodating east enders who prefer the healthier things in life. Post grocery shopping, stop by the Big Carrot Juice Bar to snag a delicious and nutritious drink or smoothie. All can be enhanced with superfoods, protein boosts, immune elixirs, detoxifiers, energizers and/or greens.

Total Cleanse keeps its fridges stocked with a range of immune-boosting, revitalizing beverages. You'll find everything from creamy cashew milks to beet-based drinks here.

Gud to Go

The small but mighty menu at Gud to Go will cater to all your cold-pressed needs. The juice bar currently offers six flavours, including one nut milk, that will have you feeling revitalized in a flash. Everything is Kosher and non-GMO certified.

If you hail from the far west, The Fix and Co. is where to go to get your juice fix. This healthy eatery specializes in salad bowls and cold-pressed juices, equally stacked with fruits and veggies.

With a name like OJ's, you'd expect to find its menu riddled with citrus flavoured beverages. Luckily, this juice bar serves up way more than just vitamin C infused drinks, you'll find a rainbow of juices, smoothies and immunity shots.

Raw Chemist

Raw Chemist Juice Bar serves up all-natural juices and smoothies that can be enhanced with greens, chia, camu camu and other superfoods. The staff is known to be super helpful with recommendations, if you need help navigating the sometimes confusing world of cold-pressed beverages.

Perched on the corner of Nassau and Augusta you'll find The Organic Press. As the name implies, all the goods served here are 100% organic and cold-pressed. Aside from a range of brightly coloured juices, there are find a few almond milk concoctions worth trying.

Evolution Food Co. has something for everyone. Its lengthy list of juices and smoothies includes kale-based drinks as well as sweeter options, like "Cookies and Cream" (a smoothie comprised of almond milk, dates, banana and raw pecans).

Union Juice

The menu at Union Juice offers more than just healthful beverages. Aside from the essential list of smoothies and juices, it also serves sandwiches, salads, bowls and a few snack items.

Forget smoothies and grain bowls, at Drink Juice Co. it's 100% about the juice. It has a roster of expertly-crafted creations with fun names like "Hot In The 6ix" (Lemon, Alkaline Water, Maple Syrup, Jalape単o, Lime and Cucumber) and "A Dill You Can't Refuse" (Cucumber, Spinach, Dill, Parsley and Lemon).

Belmonte Raw occupies a cozy space just west of Pape and Queen. The drink-dominated menu includes a few raw food items and a medley of detoxifying beverages filled with ingredients like kale, activated charcoal, valerian and cayenne.

Anti Vice offers a year-round menu plus ever-changing seasonal specials. You'll find aptly-named drinks for every occasion, like "Flu Shot" (ginger, lemon, honey, cayenne pepper, oil of oregano) and "Morning After" (cucumber, coconut water, blueberry, kale, lemon).

Grow Op

Just south of where Dundas and Ossington meet you'll find The Grow Op, a juice bar specializing in all things trend-forward and healthy. Its menu features organic kombucha, acai bowls, and (of course) array of juices and smoothies.

Daily Press Juicery's offerings range from fruit-based beverages to extremely earthy juices. If green hues throw you off, go for something like the "Beach Bum" (blueberry, pineapple and coconut water) or "Aquarius" (blue majik, raw honey, lemon and alkaline water).

Pulp Kitchen doesn't exclusively deal in juices, but it does offer a fair few. Look past the sandwiches, soups and salads and you'll find a robust menu of smoothies, juices and boosters.

Village Juicery offers a variety of cold-pressed juices, freshly squeezed juices, nut milks, alkaline waters and shots that'll do your body some good.

Green House Juice Co.

On the hunt for organic juices in Rosedale? Try Greenhouse Juice Co.. The juice bar has an extensive menu which includes eleven juices, six nut milks, five waters and seven booster shots.

Bolt Fresh Bar's menu flaunts everything from juices to healthy eats. It has a lengthy list of drink add-ons like coconut whip, probiotic kefir water and vega protein worth spending the extra $1-$2 on.

Refuel Juicery is a take out spot offering cold-pressed juice, smoothies and light, vegan meals. The drink menu boasts several cold-pressed options and blended drinks that can be amped up with add-ons like E3 Live, moringa, maca root and wheatgrass.

The menu at The Good Press flaunts basic pure carrot, orange, apple and grapefruit juices plus a few more interesting concoctions. If you're feeling peckish, the shop also serves acai bowls.

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