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A Celebrity-Approved Juice Bar Is En Route to Houston

Pressed Juicery hopes to open by early 2020

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Various bottled offerings from Pressed Juicery.
Colorful bottled offerings from Pressed Juicery.
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LA-born brand Pressed Juicery plans to bring its healthy liquid goods to Houston next year.

The cult chain, founded in Brentwood, California in 2010, has exploded to more than 75 locations across six states. Its first Texas location debuted days ago in Uptown Dallas, with two more area locations on the way before the year is up. According to Pressed Juicery’s website, the Houston location will land at Heights Mercantile.

Its bright cold-pressed selections, categorized into groups like “citrus,” “roots,” “greens,” and “fruits,” make their way into detox packages and are sold solo. Nicole Richie and Jessica Alba, among other celebrities, were early fans.

Along with plant-based milks, Pressed Juicery is also known for its vegan soft serve, called “Freeze,” that’s made entirely from fruits, nuts and vegetables, as well as shots, tonics, and health conscious grab-and-go snacks. Most juices are priced at around $6.50, and its six-juice, one-day cleanses are $34.50. A year-old membership platform cuts prices to $5 and $30, respectively.

Stay tuned for more details on where and when Pressed Juicery will arrive in Houston.

Update, 3:26 p.m.: This post has been updated to reflect that Pressed Juicery will open at Heights Mercantile.

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