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Where to Get Your Juice on in Montreal

7 of the best places in town for fresh, fruity juices and smoothies.

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The juice bar has been beloved by health nuts for ages now, but with juice cleanse plans hitting the mainstream, more and more people have become attuned to the benefits (and great flavours) of a fresh pressed juice rather than a frappe or other popular on-the-go alternative. Far from the juice you drank as a kid, the juice you’ll find at a juice bar is usually free from added sugar, packed with vitamins and definitely not made from concentrate.

Here, some of the best juice bars in the city that will leave you feeling healthier and full of energy — whether that means a generous serving of pressed kale and spinach or a more tropical, fruity libation.

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Mangue et Melon (multiple locations)

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Tucked into an unassuming corner of the Atwater Market, Mangue et Melon serves fresh pressed juice using produce from the neighbouring market stands — including the popular wheatgrass shot, which is said to pack more vitamins and minerals than any other type of vegetable juice. There’s another Mangue et Melon over at the Jean-Talon Market, too.

Joys of Living (multiple locations)

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What started as a small corner juice shop in St-Henri has since expanded to one of the best raw juice spots in the city with this new location just down the street from Concordia. Expect delicious fresh pressed juices (as well as bulk juice cleanse options), smoothies, and a variety of salads and vegan desserts.

Whale Juice and Blends

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Whale Juice & Blends may have started in Toronto but the small juice chain has recently found a happy home in Montreal as well. The selection of fresh pressed juices, smoothies and bubble teas is more playful than most juice bars, with flavours ranging from pure grapefruit to hot corn juice.

Just Pressed Juice Bar

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Just Pressed offers 100 percent certified organic cold pressed juices (which is what to look for if you want to get the maximum nutritional benefit from your juiced veggies). Plant-based smoothies made with house almond milk are also on the menu, as are more hearty options like avocado toast and acai bowls.

Velish (multiple locations)

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Velish has three locations across the Montreal area (the others are in Laval and Blainville), all of which offer a rustic atmosphere for guests to take a step back and enjoy their toast, vegan pastries or fresh-pressed juice. Velish also offers a variety of pre-planned juice cleanses that range from a quick reset cleanse to a longer deep cleanse.

Limoo Juice

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Tucked in a Mile End storefront, Limoo serves up health-conscious vegetarian sandwiches, decadent Persian majoon (a banana-date smoothie) and a variety of green smoothies and juices. The gorgeous restaurant decor is unparalleled, and feels like stepping into a rich great aunt’s living room, in the best way possible.

Les Impertinentes

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Aside from excellent coffee and vegan pastries, Les Impertinentes is well-loved for its great selection of fresh pressed juices. The airy atmosphere feels inviting and more relaxed than a typical juice bar and guests are invited to stay and sip their juice slow, like you would a latte in a warm café environment.

Mangue et Melon (multiple locations)

Tucked into an unassuming corner of the Atwater Market, Mangue et Melon serves fresh pressed juice using produce from the neighbouring market stands — including the popular wheatgrass shot, which is said to pack more vitamins and minerals than any other type of vegetable juice. There’s another Mangue et Melon over at the Jean-Talon Market, too.

Joys of Living (multiple locations)

What started as a small corner juice shop in St-Henri has since expanded to one of the best raw juice spots in the city with this new location just down the street from Concordia. Expect delicious fresh pressed juices (as well as bulk juice cleanse options), smoothies, and a variety of salads and vegan desserts.

Whale Juice and Blends

Whale Juice & Blends may have started in Toronto but the small juice chain has recently found a happy home in Montreal as well. The selection of fresh pressed juices, smoothies and bubble teas is more playful than most juice bars, with flavours ranging from pure grapefruit to hot corn juice.

Just Pressed Juice Bar

Just Pressed offers 100 percent certified organic cold pressed juices (which is what to look for if you want to get the maximum nutritional benefit from your juiced veggies). Plant-based smoothies made with house almond milk are also on the menu, as are more hearty options like avocado toast and acai bowls.

Velish (multiple locations)

Velish has three locations across the Montreal area (the others are in Laval and Blainville), all of which offer a rustic atmosphere for guests to take a step back and enjoy their toast, vegan pastries or fresh-pressed juice. Velish also offers a variety of pre-planned juice cleanses that range from a quick reset cleanse to a longer deep cleanse.

Limoo Juice

Tucked in a Mile End storefront, Limoo serves up health-conscious vegetarian sandwiches, decadent Persian majoon (a banana-date smoothie) and a variety of green smoothies and juices. The gorgeous restaurant decor is unparalleled, and feels like stepping into a rich great aunt’s living room, in the best way possible.

Les Impertinentes

Aside from excellent coffee and vegan pastries, Les Impertinentes is well-loved for its great selection of fresh pressed juices. The airy atmosphere feels inviting and more relaxed than a typical juice bar and guests are invited to stay and sip their juice slow, like you would a latte in a warm café environment.

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