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Village Juicery Cleanses the Souls of Busy Urbanites

A new juice bar stocks freshly squeezed concoctions in a space that’s as clean and pure as a kale smoothie

By Eric Mutrie
Photography by Scott Norsworthy

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Part of our feature on four grab-and-go lunch spots with delicious interiors.
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Thanks to Mason Studio, customers at this Roncesvalles juice bar feel refreshed even before consuming the organic elixirs on offer. Soft edges, natural materials and a neutral palette define the minimalist space. In-house nutritionists tend to a rounded central bar clad in halved poplar dowels, while circular stools provide a place to devour Living Energy salads. A black steel pendant and soapstone display platforms create dramatic focal points.
99 Roncesvalles Ave  647 351 5999  Mon-Fri 7:30-8, Sat 9-7, Sun 10-5
villagejuicery.com


Originally published in Issue 3, 2016 as Appetite for Design: Village Juicery.


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