EDIBLE EAST END - The Squeezery Is a Juice Bar by Day—and a Booze Bar by Night

EDIBLE EAST END - The Squeezery Is a Juice Bar by Day—and a Booze Bar by Night

The sign on the door said, “Don’t open,” but I opened it anyway. Inside, I found childhood friends Sam Schoenheimer and James Huertas, all the way from England to open a juice bar in Amagansett. Memorial Day was right around the corner and everyone was hustling.

While the bar, the kitchen and the green living wall was being installed, I managed to squeeze a few words out of Huertas, who founded the Squeezery brand. “Healthy and delicious food doesn’t have to cost a lot,” he said, off to a good start. “Eight to $10 juices will be organic and locally sourced.”

EATER AUSTIN - Vegan Gelato Coconut Bowls Are Austin’s Next Instagram Trend

EATER AUSTIN - Vegan Gelato Coconut Bowls Are Austin’s Next Instagram Trend

Austin’s latest juice bar, Squeezery, opened in mid-March doling out healthy drinks and food within co-working space The Refinery on 612 Brazos Street. Among the robust menu are vegan superfood gelatos served in actual coconut bowls. The flavors — avocado-coconut, cashew milk-matcha, and acai-lime — are topped with various superfoods like nuts, fruits, and supplements, and then placed in a halved coconut.

ONE GREEN PLANET - This Austin Juice Bar Features Vegan Gelato Coconut Bowls!

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Squeezery, a newly opened juice bar in Austin, has a menu that features healthy drinks, coffee and tea, fresh smoothies and their top item, vegan superfood gelato bowls. These aren’t your average vegan bowls though. These are served in actual coconut bowls and have flavors like cashew milk-matcha, acai-lime, avocado-coconut and are topped with various superfoods like fruits, supplements, and nuts.

Their coffee’s include flavors like matcha lattes, beer lattes, ginger turmeric and turmeric lattes. Meanwhile, their smoothies have many options, from watermelon coconut and a green squeeze to a coconut milk smoothie with almond butter.

Founder James Huertas said, “There is something incredibly romantic about bringing elements of what tiki stands for to the everyday life of people. Escapism is important, and so is presentation.”

We certainly agree with that.

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