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After sharing my best green smoothie recipes a few weeks ago, I decided I should share the best places to purchase smoothies in Austin, Texas. I don’t purchase smoothies or bottled juices often, as they can sometimes be pretty expensive and I can easily make them at home, but when I am out running errands, I like to treat myself to a smoothie over a coffee drink, and I would much rather pick up a smoothie or juice as a snack or quick on the go breakfast, than getting fast food. Good thing for me, Austin is a very health conscious city, and therefore there are a TON of places to get smoothies and cold press juices in the ATX!
So today, as part of the Austin Food Blogger Alliance’s annual #ATXBestEats Best Places to Eat in Austin City Guide, I’m dishin’ about some of the Best Smoothie and Juice Bars in Austin, Texas that WE love and ones that are on our bucket list.
Best Smoothie and Juice Bars in Austin, Texas
JuiceLand– Multiple locations in Austin, Houston and Dallas – a few Austin locations include 2601 East Cesar Chavez, 9901 Brodie Lane and 2828 1/2 Guadalupe St.
JuiceLand is probably my favorite smoothie and juice bar in Austin. They have grown very quickly in the past 15 years, expanding their operations all over Texas, and yet, have been able to maintain that funky Austin vibe. Of all the juice bars and smoothie shops listed here, JuiceLand I feel offers the most variety to their menu, has convenient locations and the staff is always friendly. In addition to fresh, made to order smoothies (I love pretty much every smoothie on the menu) and juices, JuiceLand offers raw cold press bottled juice, lattes and plant based grab and go meals- like Vegan Taco Salad and Breakfast Burritos.
Pro Tip: Each day they have a “smoothie of the day” which is one of their best selling smoothies offered at a discounted price!
Pictured Above: JuiceLand’s The Rehydrator – Watermelon, Mango, Peach, Raspberry, Beet, Coconut Oil, Mint, Lime, Sea Salt
Blenders and Bowls– Multiple locations including 206 E 4th St, Austin, TX 78701 and 3736 Bee Cave Rd #8, West Lake Hills, TX 78746
This local smoothie shop is as fun as it sounds! They offer a variety of traditional smoothies as well beautiful smoothie bowls loaded with fresh toppings.
Snap Kitchen – Multiple locations including 1014 W 6th St Austin, TX 78703
Snap Kitchen offers a variety of healthy grab and go meals, as well as a meal plan delivery service. Part of the meals they offer are a wide variety of house made bottled juices and smoothies. Whenever I am picking up a couple of meals from Snap Kitchen, I always grab a couple of their juices or smoothies to have on hand for easy snacks or breakfasts. I highly recommend the chia berry collagen smoothie.
Pro Tip: Snap Kitchen juices and smoothies are very lightly sweetened (usually only sweetened by fruit or dates). So, if you have never tried them before, this may be surprising considering how sweet most smoothies/juices can be at other smoothie shops.
Daily Juice Café – Multiple locations including 205 W 3rd St, Austin, TX 78701 and 3720 Far West Blvd Ste 105, Austin, TX 78731
Daily Juice Café is well known in Austin for their bottled juice cleanses. However, their cafes offer so much more than just juice cleanses! Everything from acai bowls, soups, garden toasts and, yes, smoothies.
Soup Peddler– multiple locations including 501 W. Mary St, Austin, TX 78704 and 2801 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704
Another Austin institution, the Soup Peddler offers a wide variety of salads, soups and sandwiches. AND since a lot of people don’t want hot soup during the long hot Texas summers, they also offer a large selection of healthy, flavorful smoothies and juices. 🙂
Central Market– 4001 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78756 and 4477 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78745
I am a HUGE fan of Central Market cold press juices (their fresh, cold press lime juice, lemon juice and orange juice are delicious on their own and are my secret to perfect cocktails!), as well as their in-house coffee bar, which sells delicious, affordable freshly made smoothies.
Pro Tip: Central Market always offers a special seasonal smoothie or smoothie of the month that is always worth trying.
This guide to the Best Smoothie and Juice Bars in Austin, Texas is part of the 2019 AFBA City Guide. Want to know ALL the BEST eats in Austin, Texas from local area foodies? Check out the Austin Food Blogger Alliance’s City Guide for the best eats in town!
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