Craving fruit bars, smoothies, shakes, fruit and vegetable juices, froyo, or coffee? Look no further than this local guide to juice bars in the Savannah area.
1. Savannah Squeeze
Located on Paulsen Street in Savannah, Georgia, Savannah Squeeze is the epitome of a juice bar. Whatever you fancy, whether a fruit juice, kale juice, or anything in-between, you are sure to find a healthy alternative to fast food.
With plenty of parking, and only a mile from Savannah State University, this downtown store is a local favorite: Savannah Squeeze was rated 4.8 stars on its Facebook Page.
Savannah Squeeze cold presses its juices in order to preserve nutrients. The Savannah Squeeze website offers detailed instructions on juice cleansing and has all the information you need to know about the nutritional value of their juices and smoothies.
Savannah Squeeze is open:
- Monday-Friday 8:30AM-5PM
- Saturday 10AM-2PM
2. Smooth Cafe
Located on Bull Street in Savannah, Georgia, the Smooth Cafe is within walking distance from River Street, a popular tourist area full of shops, bars, and other businesses on a cobblestone street along the Savannah River. The Smooth Cafe also has street parking or can be reached by taking the trolley or public transportation.
The Smooth Cafe is known for their vegan and gluten-free alternatives, additional supplement, and wheatgrass juices. They have fresh vegetable and fruit juices and all-natural smoothies.
Additionally, they offer breakfast, salads, gyros, soft pretzels, and frappes. Their signature coffee flavor from PERC Coffee is hand roasted just down the street and is always fresh. The Smooth Cafe also offers free Wi-Fi and computers, iPads, and printers for customer use.
It was rated 4.6 stars on the Smooth Cafe Facebook page.
The Smooth Cafe is open:
- Tuesday-Thursday 11AM-4PM
- Closed Sundays and Mondays
3. Bliss Berry
Bliss Berry is located on Highway 301 in Statesboro, Georgia. Sitting next to Georgia Southern University, Bliss Berry is known for their delicious (and healthy) froyo, sorbet, gelato, fruit smoothies, and all the toppings you could ask for.
With free Wi-Fi and parking, you may frequently find local students enjoying a cold treat in-between classes. Locals love the fun, eccentric, and colorful atmosphere as well as the charities and projects to which the store donates.
When you first walk through the door you grab a small paper cup and taste any or all of the froyo flavors with no charge. Since you are charged by weight, you simply get what and how much you want, then pay after it is weighed.
Bliss Berry was rated 4.5 stars of 5 on their Facebook page.
Bliss Berry is open:
- Monday-Thursday 11AM-10PM
- Friday-Saturday 11AM-11PM
- Sunday 12PM-10PM
4. Smoothie King
Smoothie King has three locations in Savannah, Georgia: on W. Broughton Street, B. Waters Avenue, and Abercorn Street. They serve low calorie smoothies for weight loss, high protein smoothies, and even kids’ smoothies. The franchise also offers fruit and vegetable smoothies as well as supplements and enhancers.
Many patrons in Savannah may be found sipping on a Smoothie King cup while at the Oglethorpe Mall or taking a stroll down the historic boardwalks along the Savannah River.
Since any of the three Smoothie Kings are located in shopping centers, parking is no hassle. Locals like it because there are 650 locations worldwide and make their favorite healthy snack just a short drive away, even on vacation. Smoothie King was rated 4.5 stars on the Smoothie King Downtown Savannah Facebook Page.
The Smoothie King store on Abercorn Street is open:
- Monday-Friday 7AM-9PM
- Saturday 8AM-9PM
- Sunday 11AM-8PM