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Where to Find Cold-Pressed Juice in Columbus

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Looking for cold-pressed juice in Columbus? A plethora of new juice bars and juice shops have opened around town over the past several years, and each of them offer their own varieties of raw, organic juice blends and other related products. The trend only looks like it will continue to grow in 2017, with more stores and locations planned to open this year.

Here’s a quick look at some of the places where you can get your raw juice fix:

Native Cold Pressed (2 locations – Short North & Bexley) – The original Short North location opened in early 2014, and has been serving up all of the juice staples that you would expect ever since. Most base juice flavors start from beet, kale, carrots and coconut, with flavorful additions ranging from vanilla to bok choy to cayenne pepper. Both stores are open seven days per week, and a third location is slated to arrive this summer in German Village.
For more info, visit www.nativecoldpressed.com.

Samba Fresh (2 locations – Upper Arlington & New Albany) – Samba also first opened their doors in 2014 in Upper Arlington, and immediately began providing customers with uniquely-named juices like Rio, Sol and Amazonic. Ingredients range from common ones like cucumber and spinach to the more obscure chlorella and spirulina. They’ve since expanded to a second location in New Albany, and both stores are open seven days a week.
For more information, visit www.sambafresh.com.

Bubbles Tea & Juice Co. (6 locations – North Market, Easton Town Center, Polaris Fashion Place, Chase Offices at Polaris, Mesh Fitness Worthington, Mesh Fitness Dublin) – Bubbles has been a North Market staple for over a decade, and while many may think of it as a place for smoothies and bubble teas, they also offer a selection of apple, beet, carrot  and other juices with mixers that include ginger, spinach, lime and others. The business has expanded rapidly to capitalize upon the juice craze, with five more regional locations now open.
For more info, visit www.bubblesteacompany.com.

Alchemy (1 location – South Side) The Alchemy Juice Cafe is located inside The Fitness Loft at 625 South Parsons. In addition to cafe fare, this space offers a simple selection of juices made from carrots, ginger, kale, celery and more. Their “Hazelnut Mylk” drink even includes Ohio mayple syrup. Alchemy is open seven days a week.
For more information, visit www.alchemyjuicecafe.com.

Organic GreenFix (1 location – Clintonville) This retail shop is located at 4426 Indianola Avenue on the North end of Clintonville. Their offerings focus on a cleanse menu that includes veggie-centric juices, blended fruit juices and nut-based drinks. The store is open Tuesday through Sunday with pop-ups at the Granville, Worthington and North Market farmers markets.
For more information, visit www.organicgreenfix.com.

Zest Juice Co. (4 locations – Grandview, Dublin, Short North & Easton) Zest also opened its doors in 2014, with a single shop on Fifth Avenue near Grandview Heights, and as quickly grown to four locations. Their menu includes a variety of smoothies, coffees and tonics in addition to fruit-based and vegetable-based juices. One drink gets a locally inspired name: “Vitamin CBus”, which is a mix of grapefruit, orange and lemon juices.
Zest is open seven days a week and for more info you can visit www.zestjuiceco.com.

PurePressed Organic Juicery (1 location — Downtown) PurePressed was the first retailer to open at Columbus Commons in 2015, bringing pressed juice to Downtown residents and workers. Their menu includes a variety of kale-based green drinks, carrot-based orange drinks and nut-based drinks. The shop also serve snacks, acai bowls and pop-up lunch from Hai Poke. PurePressed is open Monday through Saturday.
More information will be coming soon to www.purepressedjuicery.com.

Vitality Juicery (1 location – Dublin) One of the newer juice bars to open in Central Ohio is Vitality Juicery in Historic Dublin. This shop offers a variety of individual drinks with ingredients that include kale, beets, cucumbers, cashews, grapefruit, pumpkin seeds, ginger and others. Additionally, the store sells lunch items including a soup of the day.
More information can be found at www.vitalitysmoothie.com.

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  • okeh

    Why is the title for this 18 places, when there only 8 listed?

    Skip the attitudes and go to SAMBA FRESH! They’re selection is great and they actually encourage you to try the juices, unlike Native.

    • Many of these businesses have multiple locations (as indicated with each listing). Add them all up, and you get 18.

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