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Tribal Brings Vegan Fare And Healthy Juice Cocktails to Bishop Arts

The bottled juice brand is expanding

A variety of Tribal’s juices
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After making its way to grocery store shelves in DFW, Native American-owned juice purveyor Tribal will open its first full-fledged cafe in Bishop Arts.

The cafe, which will also be named Tribal, is set to open its doors at 263 North Bishop Avenue in early fall, reports CultureMap. Owners Hailey Nutt and Brenton Phillips plan to serve up a menu of “smoothies, wraps, and bowls,” many of which will be vegan-friendly. There will also be plenty of options available for omnivores, including eggs and cheeses sourced from a farmer in Fort Worth.

Also notable is Tribal’s plans to mix their cold-pressed juices into boozy cocktails that can arguably be called healthy thanks to their organic, nutrient-dense ingredient. At present, Tribal offers veggie and fruit blends like the SMU-inspired Pony Up, made with carrot, pineapple, apple, beet, tart cherry, and ginger, which is a blend that definitely wouldn’t suffer with the addition of a shot of vodka or gin.

Tribal is expected to arrive by the end of September.