Juicers + Juices

Published on August 13th, 2015 | by Jennifer Kaplan


The World’s Best Juice Bars

London, Paris, Melbourne, Boise.  Wherever you live  — or travel to — there’s bound to be a top notch juice bar near you.  Here is a roundup of the world’s best juice bars.


World's Best Juice Bars

I was recently in London, and as anyone who travels with three girls knows, you spend a lot of time shopping.  That is why I was so thrilled to happen upon Juicery, an awesome kiosk store inside the massive Oxford Street Topshop store. After about an hour of shopping it was a godsend. Even my 9 year-old daughter fell in love, especially with the “Sweet Greens,” made with kale, baby spinach, cucumber, ginger and apple. Other London Juice bars:


World's Best Juice Bars

Can you say Jus frais pressé? According to The ChalkboardBob’s Cold Press in Paris “is hands down the coolest bottle of fresh stuff to tote through the city’s famous streets.” Bob’s website notes that they are Paris’s first cold-pressed juice service. They make pure, non-pasteurized cold-pressed juice from 100% organic ingredients and their basic green juice “always includes some combination of kale, celery, apple, ginger and lime.”



The Sydney Morning herald weighed in on its Melbourne’s best juice bars, where it named 2015 Melbourne’s “Year Of The Juice.” On their list: A chain of 8 juiceries (Pressed Juices), a place that sells glass-bottled US-named “elixirs, o nutrition bar with the likes of a green smoothie called the King Kale (that curiously contains coconut water/chocolate protein/ blueberry/gluten free muesli/banana — but no kale) and a gelateria that serves small glass bottles of “seriously green juice” and “roots and fruits.”

San Francisco

World's Best Juice Bars

Happy Moose Juice is the #1 rated juice bar onSan Francisco’s Yelp! with more than 50 five star reviews. Happy Moose serves up cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices and nut milks made from organic ingredients. They have a store front in the Mission, a pop-up juice bar at the restaurant Range or can deliver it to your (local) home or office. Their signature juice, Refresh and So Clean, is made with watermelon, cucumber and mint.

Don’t trust a crowdsourced review? SFEater.com has compiled its own list of San Francisco’s 12 best juice bars (which includes Happy Moose). Their list includes everything from pop-up juice bars (Thistle Juice Company), to juice trucks (Juice Shop) to stores with locations all around town (Pressed Juicery).

Not sure where you’re going to end up this year?

Check out CNTraveler’s list of America’s 10 Best Juice Bars with recommendations from Hawaii to Vermont:


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About the Author

is a former marketing consultant who decided, at the age of fifty, to turn her hand to creative non-fiction. Jennifer continues to write about sustainable food and wine, the intersection of food and marketing and food politics for EatDrinkBetter.com and is the author of Greening Your Small Business (November 2009, Penguin Group (USA)). She was named one of The 16 Women You Must Follow on Twitter for Green Business. She has four kids, a dog, a hamster and an MBA - follow her on and .

One Response to The World’s Best Juice Bars

  1. andrea devon says:

    I would also add Juicy Brew (Honolulu), Blue Tree Cafe (Honolulu and Miami), Project Juice (SF and SoCal), and Evolution Juice (SF)! So much greenery to drink!

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