A juice bar with a conscious? Yes, please. Juice Box LV is a vegan-friendly restaurant in Las Vegas.
Located in the southwest, it’s our eco-friendly answer for healthy drinks and eats. With a little musical twist (check their menu to see what we’re referring to).
Las Vegas Vegan-Friendly Restaurant: The Juice Box LV
Vegan juices and smoothies
Drink up and try our favorite raw, cold-pressed juice, the Hot Stuff Baby made with lime, alkaline water, mango, habanero pepper and raw sugar. Or, try the Shot to the Heart made with apples, spinach, celery, cucumber, lemon, mint and ginger.
With 14 raw, cold-pressed juices to choose from, there’s something for everyone. And, if we’re wrong, don’t despair — you can create your own magical blend of juices.
Juice Box LV also features a large selection smoothies to enjoy. Start with your pick of one of nine smoothies (some have honey, so hold it) and then choose your base — almond milk, coconut milk, hemp milk, gluten-free oat milk. Or, if you’re feel adventurous mix in apple cider, orange juice, lemonade, limeade or alkaline coffee.
We dig the Landslide made with banana, vegan cocoa powder and dates.
For beverages, Juice Box LV also offers La Colombe Cold Brew Draft Lattes made with oat milk.
The Las Vegas raw juice company doesn’t just offer nutritious and flavor-filled juices, including cleanses, but also a menu of food packed with vegan options.
Thanks to a partnership with Miss Mylk and Heirloom, there are plenty of vegan options here. The popular meal prep companies have set up shop inside the juice bar and serve up everything from potatoast to gluten-free, nut-free mac and cheese.
But, it isn’t only the drinks and food we dig here. The Juice Box LV is really environmentally friendly and uses compostable PLA “plastic” for their cups, lids and juice bottles.
Bonus: every weekend, the business offers free smoothies to those facing food insecurity in Las Vegas.
7150 S. Durango Drive, 89113, 702-202-2172; Mon. – Tues.: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., Thurs. – Sat.: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., Sun.: 8. a.m. – 6 p.m.
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