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I Love Juice Bar To Open In Tennessee Brewery’s Bottle Shop

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I Love Juice Bar has announced its third, Memphis-area location that will open in Spring 2018 in the Tennessee Brewery’s Bottle Shop at 500 Tennessee Street, Suite 166.

I Love Juice Bar Midtown Memphis

Photo: I Love Juice Bar

I Love Juice Bar offers a diversely unique menu including wheat grass shots,  strawberry smoothies, and assorted fruits and vegetables. The restaurant also offers a wide array of signature items, a local favorite is the Ginger Greens juice drink which includes ginger, apple, kale, spinach, cucumber and touches of parsley and lemon. Other favorites are the Sniffle Stopper (for building up a strong immune system), the Energizer (to promote energy and endurance), and the Grand Slam (an all in one power shot).

I Love Juice Bar also offers great takeaway foods including spring rolls, kale salads and greek yogurt parfaits plus an array of sandwiches, salads and thai noodle bowls.

“Whenever we pick a new I Love Juice Bar location, it’s really important that we feel a synergy with the neighborhood. We aren’t just opening a restaurant; we are creating a new community space for neighbors to meet, connect, and enjoy our city.” says Scott Tashie, owner of I Love Juice Bar and City Silo Table + Pantry in East Memphis.

I Love Juice Bar MemphisAt 867 square feet, I Love Juice Bar Downtown will offer both indoor and outdoor seating, as well as convenient grab and go. Customers can expect the signature I Love Juice Bar experience – fresh juices, great music, warm environment –  but tailored to fit the needs of the downtown community.

Rebekah Tashie, owner of I Love Juice Bar and City Silo Table + Pantry, continues, “The Tennessee Brewery’s forward-thinking, community minded vision made perfect sense for our third Memphis location, and we are extremely excited to be affiliated with this venture.”

Visit I Love Juice Bar for more info.

Go here for more ways to eat fresh in Memphis.

Go here for more info on the development plans at the Tennessee Brewery.

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