Best Juice Bars in Seattle

Looking for a healthy start to 2012? Here’s are some of our favorite juice bars around the Sound. Not only do they serve up delicious, vitamin packed beverages, but they also serve up healthful snack and lunch options. Here’s to your health!

Chaco Canyon Organic Café
4757 12th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105

With two Seattle area locations, including West Seattle (3770 SW Alaska St), Chaco Canyon’s juice bar offers a huge variety of healthful alternatives. Needing a morning energy boost? A green cleanse? Immune boost? Or hangover helper? Try one of their juices, or smoothies, or create your own! Bring in the kids for their own Blueberry Monster Smoothie. Guaranteed to put a smile on their faces.

Thrive Café
1026 NE 65th Street, #A102
Seattle, WA 98115

Thrive’s mission is to provide the healthiest food available in a restaurant setting; to demolish the myth that to eat healthy you must sacrifice deliciousness; and create environments that provide people with an unprecedented experience of health and vitality. If you’re looking for dairy-free, gluten-free, plant-based deliciousness, you’ve found the right place. Come in for their Coconutty signature smoothy, or try one of their juices – Northern Light for an anti-inflammatory and immune boost; or Refresh for a cleansing energy boost.

Alive Juice Bar
20206 Ballinger Way
Shoreline, WA 98155

Alive Juice Bar offers nutritionally dense and diverse drinks and meals for a variety of lifestyles and needs. They use seasonal fruits and vegetables that are purchased daily and prepared in-house; Alive does not use frozen fruits. Their drinks only contain naturally occurring sugars found in fresh fruits and vegetables — no artificial sugar or flavoring — and most of their drinks contain at least 4 USDA servings of fruits and vegetables.

Marlene’s Market and Deli
2951 S. 38th St.
Tacoma, WA 98409

Marlene’s has two locations, in Tacoma and Federal Way (2565 S. Gateway Center Place). Freshly made vegetable or fruit juice, power smoothies, or a shot of wheatgrass, Marlene’s juice bar will prepare your own delicious, custom-made beverage. All their juices are made with organic ingredients – try a carrot-beet mix or maybe a broccoli-apple-ginger juice with a shot of wheatgrass as a chaser!

Want something on the frosty side? Build a smoothie with frozen fruit, bananas, and juice. There’s no ice or fillers, just pure goodness. For an extra kick, ask for protein powder, spirulina, flax oil, or other nutrition boosts to be added to your juice.

For MORE healthy Seattle options, check out our article HERE!

  • Marissa

    Doesn’t it seem strange that the two top juice places in Seattle are not on this list? Juicy Cafe and Healeo are actual Juice Bars not restaurants and blow these guys out of the water in that category. Something is fishy or this is poor reporting.

  • Jonathan

    Yes. I am not too sure how the “actual” juice bars in the downtown Seattle area are not included on this list. Weak.

  • Krista Kellog

    Although all of the listed businesses are great places, to leave out Juicy Cafe downtown, and Healeo leads me to believe the article is written by an “outsider” probably from New York city.

  • Cara B.

    Haha. The headline should read “Best Juice Bars NOT actually in Seattle. There are obvious omissions here. Maybe these establishments advertise with CBS local?

  • Michael Jenkins

    Custom smoothie, Healeo, Juicy Cafe, etc…… Weird article,

  • tamacbsseattle

    Thanks for your comments, folks! Check out this article on Seattle smoothies!

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