by Jenni Barnett
on Monday, February 22nd, 2021 at 12:12pm.
This year, the majority of Americans have become more conscious of their health. Watching our waistlines is one way to protect ourselves from the worst Covid-19 outcomes, while getting plenty of fruits and vegetables is a wise practice we can all benefit from, regardless of our BMI.
In Tennessee, scores of locals have been trading their burgers and fries for nutrition-packed juices, smoothies, and salads. If you are looking for an on-the-go option that won’t weigh you down, visit one of the Best Juice Bars in Middle TN!
While juicing is not necessarily better than eating whole fruits and vegetables, it’s a good way to get loads of nutrients when you’re short on time. Consider adding a daily salad to your meals if you would like to benefit from the fiber in your produce.
Please be courteous and respect each shop’s mask policies. Call ahead with any questions regarding Covid-19 preventive measures.
Voted the Best Juice Bar by Nashville Scene, this sleek juice bar offers an extensive menu of fresh juices, protein-packed smoothies, sweet and savory salads, zoodle bowls, vegetarian and classic burgers, wraps, flatbread pizzas, and bottled cold-pressed juices for those on the go.
The Urban Juicer is locally owned and operated, and their produce is sourced from local farms. Everything you see on their menu is made from scratch in-house, skipping the preservatives and stabilizers on which most commercial food ventures rely.
Order online via Door Dash, Uber Eats, Postmates, and through their website. Hours of operation vary by location.
While the Franklin Juice Company serves an array of fresh-made juices, the crowd favorite here remains their acai bowls. Made with organic ingredients, acai bowls are packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber, making them ideal energy-boosting meals.
Whether you are craving a smoothie, a fruit-packed acai bowl, a matcha tea, or a juice, the people of Franklin highly recommend this locally-owned gem. Their organic produce is locally-sourced at all three locations, each of which open at 8 a.m.
Located in the heart of Nashville, The Fountain of Juice serves a seasonally shifting array of juices, smoothies, cold-brew coffee, tea, and made in-house almond and oat “mylk.” If you are limiting your use of plastic, you’ll be glad to know that The Fountain of Juice uses only glass bottles. Their offerings change seasonally and are made with produce from local farmers.
During your visit, be sure to check out the various special offers available on a rotating basis; you may score a free nutrient shot or protein boost, for example!
Open 7 – 7 daily. Their Farmer’s Market stand is closed during the pandemic. Order online via Postmates, Uber Eats, Door Dash, and by phone at 615-873-4289.
Juice bar is a line of franchised health food spots owned by Tennesee’s TV-famous Chrisley family. The menu includes fresh juices, nutrient shots, smoothies, fresh veggie soups and chilis, acai bowls, oat bowls, and fruit bowls.
Order online from their multiple locations via their website, Postmates, Grub Hub, and Uber Eats.
Clean Juice is proud to be the first USDA-certified organic juice bar in the United States. Their extensive menu includes cold-pressed juices and nutrient shots, smoothies, acai bowls, quinoa and greens bowls, seasonal soups, coffee, caffeine-free warming drinks, wraps, topped toasts, and a petite kids’ menu.
Since they operate at 100 locations in 26 states, you can enjoy Clean Juice at home and on the road! Order online via Door Dash, Uber Eats, and their website.
This family-owned spot is a delightfully colorful, cozy space offering juices, nutrient shots, smoothies, flatbread meals, toasts, soups, crunchy snacks, and in-house kombucha. There are delicious items here that are aimed to please both children and adults!
Located in Belle Meade’s Westgate center, this locally-owned juicer relies on organic produce from local farmers, resulting in a menu that rotates seasonally. Stop by for small-batch cold-pressed juices, smoothies, nutrient shots, hummus and vegetable plates, soup and salads du jour, raw protein bars, and raw nut truffles.
Juice Nashville, a family-owned venture named Best of Nashville by Nashville Scene in 2014 and #3 in the country by USA Today, is unique in their method of juice production, relying on their commercial kitchen’s hydraulic press to wring the nutrients from produce. Order juice, made in-house “mylks,” and their line of kombucha online through their website, then wait for home delivery or stop by one of their three local pickup spots.
Recently settling into their first restaurant location, Don Miguel first gained a following as a food truck dedicated to making healthy Baja coastal meals available throughout the region. When possible, the owners source their ingredients locally and organically.
The healthy yet flavor-packed menu includes fresh juice, nutrient shots, smoothies, coffee, “mylks,” bowls, wraps, salads, sandwiches, breakfast plates, and kid-friendly meals.
Open Monday-Saturday 8am – 5pm. Order via pick-up or delivery through their website.
Did your favorite Tennessee juicery make our list? Let us know in the comments below, and share your favorite juice selections, too. You are what you eat, so make 2021 a year packed with meals that are good for your body, mind, and tastebuds!