The minimalistic style of centrally-located café Juicery 21 – a trendy spot that might remind one of a coffee shop in New York City’s Soho – boasts a black and white façade with hints of green by way of numerous exotic plants, like banana and palm trees, that decorate the space inside and on the terrasse. All of this reflects Fred Jacobi – Juicery 21’s Swedish founder – and his exquisite taste along with a childhood spent in Brazil.
Juicery 21’s juices are made using a “cold press” method that requires minimum heat while retaining as many nutrients as possible. This also means that the drinks can be kept for a couple of days. Want to see where the magic happens? Visitors can take a sneak peek into the café’s basement via a small glass area on the floor in front of the cash desk to witness the delicious juices being prepared, as well as desserts, bowls, and energy balls – all made using natural sweeteners, no sugar.
Not only does Juicery 21 serve locally-roasted coffee, but it also offers diners in-house-made almond milk, almond butter, and many organic ingredients thanks to ongoing support from local farmers.
Our favourites? You can’t miss the açaí bowls, ginger shots, Swedish balls, tasty bagels, and exceptional coffee! Whether you’re in search of a healthy breakfast, brunch, or lunch, or you just want to grab a juice or coffee – dine-in or takeaway – Juicery 21 is at your service.
It’s also worth mentioning that Juicery 21 also offers a catering service, so make sure to keep them in mind for your next event.
Photos by Anastasia Diadio