Lake Norman-based Clean Juice is expanding to South End’s newly finished 1616 Center.
This is the building to the left of Price’s Chicken Coop that also houses newly-opened Italian fast-casual spot Fidelli. This will be the chain’s third Charlotte location, with two others in Stonecrest and Northlake.
The juice bar was created by Landon and Kat Eckles and specializes in creating green, 100% organic smoothies, juices and acai bowls.
The made-to-order cold-pressed juices like The Glow One (spinach, kale, chard, apple and cucumber for $8.50) and The Energy One (beet, apple, orange, celery, carrot and ginger for $7.15) are available in-store for people that just want a boost.
If you want more than just a boost, Clean Juice also caters to people that are willing to give up anything solid for up to 5 days to get it with full-on cleanses that range in price from $51 (6 juices, 1 day) to $250 (5 days, 30 juices).
The entire health-centric menu ranges in price from $2.95 to $9.95 and includes customizable, build-your-own options. See it in its entirety here.
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Owner Cindi Vaughn told the Agenda to expect a late March opening.
In the meantime, connect with Clean Juice