February 15, 2018

The Best Juice Bars Near SoMa

Fitness starts within. If you want to live a truly healthy life, you need to put healthy foods in your body. Juicing delivers vital, living nutrients directly to your body in a delicious smoothie beverage. And tasty juice drinks make an energizing, light lunch that will leave you feeling good about yourself for the rest of the day.

What follows is a rundown of the very best juice bars near SoMa, San Francisco.


Project Juice is an organic clean food and healthy beverage company “here to make you feel awesome!” they offer certified organic cold-pressed juice and a line of juice cleanses to reset your body and kick-start your healthy habits. Eater SF recommends their Potion #10, made from pineapple, pear, cucumber, kale, spinach, romaine, parsley, ginger, turmeric and lime. Yum!


Thistle is a Berkley-based organic food company staging weekday pop-ups at Hops & Hominy and Hillside Supper Club. They have a weekly, rotating menu of yummy juices in distinctive glass bottles. Their “Glow” drink is a simple blend of filtered water, turmeric and lemon. Their verdant “Hunter” blend includes kale, celery, cucumber, spinach and parsley.

Thistle’s new delivery service has yelpers yelping, “I’m on the vegan meal plan and I highly recommend this to anybody who is trying to go vegan; it made it very easy for me to transition!”


Second only to Native’s delicious juices are their hilariously clever names for their juices. Are your ready for this? “You’ve Got Kale,” “Kale in Comparison” and “Peach For the Stars!” Puns are great. Their fresh food and juices are made from locally sourced ingredients. Native, in fact, has recently announced that local growers Olson Farms will cultivate produce exclusively for their juicers.

Giselle P. yelps, “Both very tasty, healthy, refreshing, and highly recommended!”

A light, healthy, tasty organic fruit juice beverage is just what your body has been asking for. Can you hear it? Put down that cheeseburger and listen! Check out the best juice bars near SoMa.


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