Pressed Juicery opened Nov. 16 in the Downtown Commons. They sell yogurt with custom toppings, pressed juices and blends, as well as lattes and tonics.
A freeze, which is a sugar-free, almond milk-based yogurt, starts at $5. Customers have the option to add toppings to their freezes, which range from fruits to candy.
The juicery also sells pressed bottled juices for $6.50. In addition to those listed, they also sell shots which are smaller concentrated versions of the juices for $2.95 .
They also sell bottled blends for $8 that are made out of a variety of ingredients. The three main ingredients are almonds, dates and coconut water.
You’re allowed to sample their blends. If you’re someone who doesn’t drink sugary drinks, you may be in for a refreshing surprise. The juices are very healthy and natural.
It’s a small but intimate, aesthetically-pleasing location with no seating area except a small standing bar.
It is also quaint and quiet, with few workers. Even on a Saturday, you can relax in knowing you don’t expect to wait in long lines.
The staff was very helpful with a full understanding of the menu. It makes the whole process simple and convenient.
Pressed Juicery is the perfect stop to make while spending time with friends downtown or hanging out enjoying a nice sunny day.
If you sign up and become a member of Juice you get a point for every dollar spent and once a customer reaches 75 points they get a free juice of their choice.
They also have another downtown location in the Ice Blocks at 1710 R St. Suite 170. They are open Monday – Thursday 7 a.m. – 8 p.m., Friday – Saturday 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., and Sunday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.