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The Prettiest Juice Stop In S.F. Debuts On Union Street

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    With spring-cleaning fever fully upon us, getting one's closet — and body! — in check seems to be at the top of everyone's list. And, thanks to the brand-spankin'-new Juice To You shop, opening at 1994 Union Street this Saturday, April 14, rebooting your system is going to be a whole lot easier than you might have thought.

    The tiny and beautiful kiosk on on the corner of Union and Buchanan is the brainchild of Charlie Gulick, a Bay Area resident who helped reverse the symptoms of his liver disease through a diet flush with fresh organic juices and vegan grub.

    After launching an online juice shop and made-to-order cleansing program, Gulick's first-ever Juice To You storefront means fresh pressed juices seven days a week will be available for the taking.

    Bonus: the kiosk is extra-pretty thanks to the design by Gulick's buddies Jay Nelson (see our profile on the amazing builder here!) and the dudes from Woodshop.

    Take a look at the inspiring about-to-open spot after the jump, along with a few inspiring words from Gulick himself, then take note of the address below and get ready to get juiced up!

    Juice To You, 1994 Union Street (at Buchanan Street).

    Photographed by Christine Ting


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