First Look: Juice Shop's Gorgeous FiDi Location Debuts Today

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    You’d be hard-pressed (er, make that cold-pressed?) to find a Juice Shop elixir that isn’t both nourishing and amazingly tasty. In fact, we’re so obsessed with these concoctions, we even went into the fridge of co-founder Lina Gulick to see how she mixes things up in her home!

    Of course, when we caught wind of the quaint Union Street shop (remember our little visual tour last year?) coming to the thick of FiDi, we had to sneak a peek and, yes, snap some photos of the shiny-new space. Owners Charlie, Ben, and Lina Gulick have done it again, providing juice-hungry customers with another charming storefront to imbibe healthy beverages.

    Officially open today, this new location is one way to drown those April 15 tax-day woes. Situated in an old flower shop, this airy hideaway is ideal for taking a second to unwind in the sun. But, before you head out the door to ogle this adorable joint in person, take a look at these smile-inducing (note the cuddly mascot...beyond) captures now!

    Juice Shop, 353 Pine Street (between Montgomery and Sansome streets); No phone.

    Photographed by Anna-Alexia Basile

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