I'm Juicing in Buckhead

Many of my post-morning workouts are followed by a blended protein shake made up of protein powder, coconut milk and spinach (recipe here). But every now and then I like to treat myself to the real stuff-  pure juiced veggies. Making juice at home is not practical for me, the bulk quantities and the clean-up is just too much. Which is why I was thrilled to learn about Dtox, a local juice bar in Buckhead.

You won't find a menu like this at Arden's garden or Whole Foods. Dtox understands juicing. Their juices aren't filled with sugary fruit and high calorie dairy products.

Being my first time here and with a dear foodie friend, we had to order a little of everything.  We started with a Turmeric Elixir (aren't the shot bottles adorable), followed by the Green juice. I highly recommend the raw coconut bites after the Turmeric shot - it's intense!

I also love that Dtox is eco-conscious, using refillable glass bottles when possible. If you are looking do a cleanse, they also have a wide variety of options. Each week bring in your glass carafes and refill.

My only gripe about Dtox is how difficult it was to find. After an hour long spin class, our patience was getting short, but we persevered and found this hidden Buckhead gem. To make life easier on our readers, here is how to find it:

Heading north on Roswell road from Peachtree, Detox is on your left. Pass Genki. The next shopping center has a nail salon and cleaners, Detox is located in the basement of this complex. If you pass an adorable paper goods store and an amazing furniture store called Pieces, you have gone too far. Drive behind the nail salon for additional parking.

Thanks Dtox for bringing Buckhead an amazing juice bar! I will be seeing you again this weekend.

1 comment:

  1. Wow - I want some green pineapple h2o. They are also organic, which Arden's Garden (surprisingly) is not. Looking forward to trying out this weekend!