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The Juice Bar Trend Shows No Signs Of Dying Down In Dallas

Two new spots for liquid nutrition will hit Dallas and Fort Worth

Juice, juice everywhere.
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Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

At this point, the juice bar trend appears to be running out of steam in much of the country. But as is often the case, the cold-pressed trend made its way to Dallas-Fort Worth a little later than other cities. Now there’s practically a juicery on every corner, and it doesn’t look like that growth is going to die down any time soon.

In the coming months, at least two new juice bars will open up shop in the metroplex. In Dallas, locally-based chain The Juice Bar announced via release that it will expand to ritzy new digs at Highland Park Village in mid-March, bringing juice cleanses and whatever the hell “chef-created smoothies are” to the swanky shopping center. The forthcoming outpost of The Juice Bar is the burgeoning chain’s fourth location in Dallas.

This spring, Fort Worth will see the arrival of Nekter Juice Bar, a California-based chain that currently operates locations in both Dallas and Plano, in the Chapel Hill Shopping Center at 4601 West Freeway. Nekter also has plans to open a second location somewhere in the Fort later this year, though an exact spot hasn’t been chosen just yet.

These forthcoming juice bars join recently opened spots like Brewed + Pressed in Dallas’ West Village, Nashville-based chain I Love Juice in Plano, Austin import JuiceLand and probably a billion other places to spend $9 on a bottle of vegetable juice. Put simply, there’s never been a better time to be a liquid nutrient fiend in Dallas-Fort Worth.