9 Rhode Island Juice Bars to Help Kick-Start Healthy Habits

Statewide destinations for beneficial bevvies, bowls, and bites

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Who says healthy food can’t be a little sweet? Whether you’re kicking off January with a juice cleanse or just want to start including more fruit and smoothies in your diet, here are nine local spots perfect for jumping (or tip-toeing) into the juicing craze.

Alma Juice Bar + Market

This popular destination in “The Wick” has cold-pressed juices and smoothies sure to delight everyone in your circle, including the kiddos (think PBJ and Strawnana smoothies). I just love that they have a Coffee Cabinet smoothie, which old-school Rhode Islanders will appreciate. You’ll also find other hot and cold beverages, sandwiches, and treats. Wickford

Bevvies

Considering a juice cleanse? Bevvies has you covered. The juicery and smoothie bar opened for business on Main Street last winter, and pairs with local companies to provide Luluna Kombucha and Borealis coffee among other goodies. East Bay regulars rave over their acai bowls, avocado toast, and house-made cashew milk. Warren

BOL

The name stands for “Bowls of Love” and their specialty is all things plant-based. Open since November 2019, this organic eatery has fast become a go-to for their signature Activated Charcoal Waffles, smoothie and rice bowls, and juices. Enjoy your order in the rustic chic interior or take it to go. Wakefield

Fully Rooted Juice

Want your juice delivered to your door? Fully Rooted has got you. Their small-batch and all-natural juices, shots, and kombucha go out for delivery every Wednesday and Friday, or you can pick up bottles at new kiosks popping up around the state, so you’ll never run out of your favorite sips – perfect for the dedicated juicer. 

Glow Cafe & Juice Bar

The brainchild of PC’s women’s basketball coach, Glow has been wowing juice, smoothie, and plant-based eating enthusiasts since opening its doors on Admiral Street in 2020. A menu of fresh-pressed juices and wellness shots is complemented by bowls, salads, and quick bites (including their vegan Jamaican Patties). Providence

High Tide Juice Co.

This surf-inspired cafe on Beach Street has locals and tourists alike hooked on their fresh juices, smoothies, and bowls. Patrons love the friendly service and that they can opt for an eco-conscious reusable bowl. Kids can enjoy after-school specials every Thursday afternoon for discount bevvies and snacks. Westerly

Lucy Juicy

A new juice bar to the neighborhood, Lucy Juicy has made-to-order drinks, smoothies, bowls, and light bites. Inside, a retail section also serves as a mini-market of curated Rhody-made pantry items, vegan goods, and other gifts and provisions. Pawtuxet Village

Power Of Juice

Last year this wellness and healthy eating emporium (started by Cordon Bleu-trained chef Brigid Rafferty) relocated to a new space at The Polo Center. They are well-known for their fresh juice, vegan confections and soups (their chili is excellent), seed bread, and more. They also have an incentive for going green by bringing back their glass jars and bottles. Middletown

Wildflour Bakery, Cafe & Juice Bar

This plant-based cafe has delectable sweets and coffee or tea-based drinks, along with super fresh juice, shots (including wheatgrass), and smoothies. More recently, they partnered with Fully Rooted and set up a self-serve kiosk, so you can grab your faves from FR there, too. Pawtucket

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